PID Study Groups

Digital Dialogue


PID Digital Dialogue

✉ Barbara E. Miller, HonPSA, MPSA·

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Digital Dialogue, formerly known as EID Study Groups, is a place where PSA members gather and form small groups designed to improve the photographic skills of the participants. Every month each member posts one image for comment by the rest of the group. By sharing their work in this way, a dialogue is opened between group members and the learning begins. Conversations often include kudos for good work along with suggestions for image improvement at capture and in post processing. 

Currently there are more than 70 different groups including, general, nature, monochrome, HDR, iPhoneography and others. Whatever your area of interest - we have a Group for you.

Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, participants can expect to improve their photography, post processing skills, communication and have fun doing it.

If you would like a taste of what we do, hop on over to the PID DD Web Site and check us out. For more information contact Barbara E Miller FPSA MPSA at or click on some of the informational links below.

Please note - The Digital Dialogue website is separate from the PSA website and has its own login and password information which will be given to you when you join. This username and password will not work on the PSA website.

 Digital Study Groups

PID Digital
Study Groups Director

Heide Stover· 

PID-Digital Study Groups, formerly known as CPID Study Groups, are available free to all members of PSA. They have a long history of helping those who are interested in improving their photographic skills and review techniques, through mutual assistance and interaction.  The reviews generally follow the guidelines of exhibition judges, with emphasis on impact, composition and technical quality.

Each group is a closed unit, password protected,  which ensures that only the members of the assigned study group have access to the images and reviews, encouraging a free and open exchange.

Members with more photographic experience who are interested in helping others are welcome to get involved and can often provide more detailed assistance while honing their own skills.  Having experienced members involved is very important to the learning process. Some volunteers serve as Commentators, providing an even more thorough critique and perspective to the group.
Members may join more than one study group.

A Digital Study Group preview is available by clicking here.

For more information please visit the links below and contact the PID Digital Study Groups Director at