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Weekly Pic - 'Running the Escalators'

‘Running the Escalators’ is our Crit My Pic this week, and it’s a street photograph that has been submitted by Aschwinn Smith. I’ll be taking a look at this photo and examining how I think it performs in terms of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure & colour, subject matter and mood. If I can, I’ll also make suggestions for ways I think the photograph can perform better in these criteria. If you have a street photograph that you’d like some feedback on, read through the submission rules at the bottom of the page and submit your photo to us via email.

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Weekly Pic - 'The Vanishing Town'

The street photograph I’m going to be analysing this week has been sent in by Michał Koralewski and it’s a photo called ‘The Vanishing Town’. I’ll be analysing the photo on the criteria of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. As usual, where I can I’ll be making suggestions for any way I think the photo can potentially be improved across these factors. You can have your own street photo analysed for Crit My Pic by reading through the submission rules listed below and then emailing your photo to us.

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Weekly Pic - 'Generations'

Street Hunters has returned from its winter break, and we’re looking forward to a fun year of street photography! For the first Crit My Pic of 2016 I’m going to be looking at a street photo by Gilberto Lacchia titled ‘Generations’. As usual, I’ll analyse Gilberto’s photo based on the criteria of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood, and suggest any ways I think it can be improved. If you’d like to have your own photo featured in this segment, please read the submission rules below and send us an email. Without further ado, we’ll crack on with the first Crit My Pic of the new year!

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This week’s Crit My Pic street photograph was sent in by Don Scott. He has titled the photo ‘Anticipation’. Don’s photo is the first photo we had submitted to us in July when we re-launched the Crit My Pic feature, so congratulations Don for being the first in line since Crit My Pic v.2.0 launched! Many of our readers will already be familiar with the criteria by which I analyse street photos, but for those new to this feature, these criteria are: point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. I’m going to look at how I think the photo stands up across these categories, and make any suggestions I can for ways in which it can be improved if possible. If you’d like to have a street photograph of your own analysed, read through the Street Hunters Crit My Pic submission rules and send us an email!

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Crit My Pic - Paris La Defence III

The Crit My Pic street photograph this week has been submitted by Henri Pierre Chavaz. The photos is titled ‘Paris, La Defense III 2015’ and it’s the last photo that was submitted to us while Crit My Pic was away. That means that the next Crit My Pic and all subsequent ones will feature photos sent in by readers after July 2015. I’m finally caught up!! As is the case with the other street photos I’ve reviewed for this feature, I will be analysing Henri-Pierre’s photo over the categories of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. I’ll talk about how I think the photo performs in these criteria, and I’ll make some suggestions about ways I think it can potentially be improved. If you want your own street photograph to be analysed for this feature in the future, read the submission rules at the bottom of this page and then get in touch with us.

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Crit My Pic 'Untitled' by Phil Barnard

This week for Crit My Pic I’m going to be looking at a street photo by Phil Barnard. This photo was sent into us by Phil during the time when Crit My Pic was on a break, so as such it doesn’t have a title. This is the penultimate photo submission we had when Crit My Pic was off-air, so I’m now at a stage where I’ve almost got up-to-date. Thanks for your patience everyone! As per usual, the street photo submitted by Phil will be analysed over the categories of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. I’ll describe my reactions to the photo based on how it performs in these criteria, and I’ll make any suggestions I can for ways in which I think it can be improved. If you have a street photograph of your own that you’d like me to ‘Crit’, take a look at the submission rules at the bottom of the page and then get it touch with us!

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Anonymous Crit My Pic

The Crit My Pic this week is Kenrick Tan’s street photo “Anonymous”. Kenrick originally sent a photo into us for review while Crit My Pic was off the air, and he’s been biding his time for a review since then. I’ve almost finished working my way through the past submissions we had, so thank you for your patience Kenrick! As is the norm, I’ll be reviewing Kenrick’s street photo across the categories of point of view, composition, colour/exposure, subject matter and mood. I’ll also be making my suggestions for any ways I think the photo could be improved in order to make it more visually appealing. If you’d like your street photograph to be critiqued by me have a look at the submission rules at the bottom of the page and drop us an email!

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Crit My Pic - The Corner

Antonio Toledo’s street photo ‘The Corner’ is my focus for Crit My Pic this week. As with the other Crit My Pic posts of late, I’m still working my way through the submissions that came through while Crit My Pic was off-air – so apologies for the delay Antonio, I’m catching up! Regular readers will be familiar with the criteria by which I analyse a street photograph, but for new readers these are: point of view, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. I will also make some suggestions for ways I think the photo can be improved. If you’d like me to ‘crit’ your street photo check out the submission rules at the bottom of the page and get emailing!

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Crit My Pic by Jorge Balarin

This week’s Crit My Pic is a review of a street photo by Jorge Balarin. I’m still working my way through the submissions we received while Crit My Pic was ‘off the air’, and Jorge sent his photo in March of this year, so this photo doesn’t have a title. Jorge’s shot is going to be analysed across 6 different criteria – I’ll say what I like about the photo, and provide any suggestions I can think of if the photo can be improved in any way. As usual, if you’d like to submit a photo for me to review, please read the rules below for submitting a street photo to Crit My Pic, and then get in touch with us!

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Crit My Pic - 'Boys Eating Ice Cream'

For this week’s Crit My Pic I’m going to review a street photo by Rich Barbara titled ‘Boys Eating Ice Cream’. Rich actually contacted us over a year ago with a photo submission, but at that time we’d suspended Crit My Pic for a while. Now the feature has returned I can get around to analysing Rich’s work! So sorry about the delay Rich, and thanks for your patience! I’ll be looking at Rich’s street photo across a variety of parameters, such as point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter and mood. So read on for my analysis, and if you’d like me to analyse your photo, check out our rules below for submitting your photo to Crit My Pic, and then get in touch!