1. Visual Weight
2. Distracting Elements
4. Focal length
5. Composition & Balance
6. Depth of Field
Please feel free to upload your work here. As you can get crits and give crits too. Just tag you photo "For Critique". #ForCritique WEEKLY CRITIQUES RECIPIENTS -Move on to APES Photography
PROLIFIC STREET PHOTOGRAPHER BASED IN SINGAPORE WITH THE PHILOSOPHY OF EVERYDAY LIFE - COMMON PLACE - UNCOMMON PERSPECTIVE
STEVY MONDAYS CRITIQUES FAN HO STYLE FEB 13, 2017 - Great work on slow shutter. Keeping the scene clear sharp and making the object slight blur. Great making the photo feel more dynamic. Give the rush feel and add curiosity. -Stevy Cladia
APES Monday PHOTO Critiques FEB 27, 2017 - Stevy Cladia Wonderful play of shadow. Love the tone. And again for me streetphotography is more to give feel to subject, what need to be isolated and take away the unnecessary thing within the frame. Please don't be offende Sue Adorjan, I just like to isolate the subject if possible. Just between subject and space/shadow. This give the feel of loneliness or him in his own space/Sanctuary. The rest you nailed! Sue Adorjan Stevy...your thoughts is what I would have done. The image has not been touch as I thought that other people may want to comment. I would have also made this black and white
Kazumi Nozaki - lots of lines and designs though, a man and yellow sign make the photo kinda warm. love it!
Avery Louis Richardson This one of those photos I have to view again, over and over...