Tony & Chelsea Photo Review with LIVE chat (Anything goes!): Tony & Chelsea Northrup review YOUR photos! We pre-recorded the photo review (our Internet is too slow to stream) but join us at the live premiere, Monday March 23 at noon ET (NYC time) and we’ll both be in the chat talking with you and answering your questions.
Submit your PET PHOTO to be reviewed during the next episode at http://sdp.io/submit.

Tony & Chelsea Photo Review with LIVE chat (Anything goes!)


Author by: Tony & Chelsea Northrup

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  1. I enjoyed the broadcast, not sure about the format, it’s just too fast. I want to look at the photos and understand your feedback. I want to read the live stream and take part. At such a fast pace you have to do one or the other. I chose to look at the photos and understand your feedback think you get more out of your effort. If a question pops, then it’s good to have you live to respond. Do appreciate the broadcast, keep them coming!

  2. I submitted a pet photo for next week but I had also submitted one for this week, Hopefully you will delete the one I submitted for this week of the sunrise over a road. Keep the pup in a stump one.

  3. Awesome Content you deserve more FOLLOWERS!!!

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  4. Welcome Back … we're hunkering down in Montreal and looking forward to your wise opinions and continued source of information, even though I've just realized this 'cast is pre-recorded.

  5. Your videos are always good tutorials for everybody. As a beginner in photography, i want yo know if i can use a Pentax Super Takumar 105 mm M42 with Canon mount in a canon 80D.
    Keep up the good job.

  6. I love your videos and download your book. I have one question. Only my Sony A7 ii , is the AEL toggle switch. I don't see a difference whether I flip it up or down. If I half press the shutter button, the exposure I get at that point stays locked in (whether that switch is up or down). So please tell me what it does. I see AF/MF above the switch, is that what the switch is suppose to control, NOT the AEL? I'm confused. Please help! Or anyone else on this forum, I'm willing to listen.

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