Hello street shooters! One thing many of our subscribers have expressed an interest in is getting their work reviewed – receiving positive feedback and constructive criticism to help them improve their art. Well, if you didn’t already know, we’d like to let you know we are doing a new series on our podcast called the “Photo Critique Show” designed to give street photographers a little friendly feedback on what works in their images and what they could work on to improve.
How the Photo Critique Show Works
Here we are – the hosts of the show – in case you haven’t met us already:
The two of us set a time and date with a photographer to do a review of a few of their previously submitted images. Bob and I take a look beforehand, make a few notes and then the three of us sit down to discuss the images. The critique covers three images and usually takes about 45 minutes. Bob usually takes a closer look at some of the technical aspects of the images and I usually look for the storytelling elements of the photos. While we aren’t professional photographers by trade, we do look at a lot of street shots every day, curating images for the magazine and blog. Plus, we figured that offers you a bit of an advantage since our perspective can tell you a little more about what the average person sees when they look at your work.
How to Participate
Anyone can submit images to be considered for the Photo Critique Show. We don’t charge anything to give you our feedback so please get in touch if you are interested in being featured on the show. To do so, just shoot Bob or myself an email stating that you are interested in appearing on the show. Be sure to include three images you would like reviewed. Here are our email addresses:
Feel free to email us if you have any questions about appearing on the photo critique show as well. We look forward to seeing your submissions!