This three-hour program is intended for photographers to bring in up to 10 of their images for Bryce to review and critique; saved on a USB flash drive. The students' 10 images may be their best ever images for validation that these images are as good as the photographer hopes they are. Most students however; bring in their problem images in hopes that they can gain an insight of how the image can be re-edited or perhaps re-photographed even better. Bryce will display the images on a big screen and tell you the truth about each image and hopefully; how to make it better if it can be made better. We start at 6:30PM and we continue until we are done. This program is held at our Farmington Hills campus. The image resolution should be 6"x9" @ 240 DPI or 2160 Pixels at the longest dimension. Students will also want to bring in both the RAW image (unprocessed) and their edited .jpg image if possible, in case Bryce needs to demonstrate a processing technique from scratch. Images with smaller resolution can still work, but may provide a limited opportunity as compared to the larger RAW image to take full advantage of the data available from the larger file size of a RAW file.