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Crit My Pic 'Near the Lamp Post' by Stuart Liddle

It’s time for another Crit My Pic feature, and this week we’re going to be looking at a street photo submitted by Stuart Liddle, titled ‘Near the Lamp Post’. Stuart is one of the longest lasting readers of Streethunters.net, and was actually the first person to have his camera bag featured in ‘What’s in your Camera Bag?’ way back in 2014! He also took part in the first official Streethunters.net Reader’s Exhibition in Athens. Thanks for sticking with us for all this time Stuart, I hope you find this crit useful! Those familiar with Crit My Pic will know the formula by now, but for those new to the game, I will be analysing Stuart’s photo in terms of point of view, focal point, composition, exposure, subject matter, and mood. I’ll make suggestions where I can for ways in which I think the photo can be improved. To have your own street photograph analysed for Crit My Pic in the future, read through the submission rules at the bottom of page and then drop us an email. Without further ado, let’s begin the analysis of ‘Near the Lamp Post’!

Stuart Liddle's Camera Bag

About “What’s in your camera bag Street Hunter!”

Starting today and every week (as long as we have participation) we will be sharing the contents of the Camera Bag of one of you, one of our awesome StreetHunters.net Readers! All images and text in these posts are written by the Readers presenting their camera bags. If you want to participate, please read the rules of participation at the end of the post.
Stay Sharp & Keep Shooting!


Inside Stuart Liddle’s Camera bag! (Bag No1)

I am a computer specialist in my day job but a photography nerd the rest of the time. It wasn’t until I purchased my first DSLR in 2007 (Olympus E-510) that I began to get more serious about it. I am now on my fourth digital camera, an OM-D E-M10 and my enjoyment in street photography has grown. My main goal is to have fun with photography and try to improve my skills with each image. I like the challenge of finding new ways to look at things and the ever-changing opportunities that street photography presents…it’s new and different every time I go out. Although it looks like there’s a lot in my bag, I have been known to go out with just the camera and a spare battery. My main tip would be to try to see things in a different way and, above all, have fun!