STREET CRITIQUE is a Livestream Show that encourages street photographers around the world to challenge themselves by giving each
other assignments and discuss the theme together on a livestream. At the end of every episode the community decides on a new theme for the month. Themes can be high contrast
B&W, minimalism, shadows, weather or whatever we come up with! It's a fun way to share street photography together and learn from each other.
Special guests may join the live stream.
We do not pretend to be experts nor do we say this is the best place to get photo critique. We offer you our personal feedback based on our own experience & education. If you don't want that, please do not submit your work! We hope to give you a platform where you can
share your work with the community and get deeper insigths.
Film Noir is a term coined by frensh critics to describe a visual style seen in hollywood crime dramas in the 1940s and 1950s.
We want to see your take on the genre by capturing a photograph in the style of "film noir".
Instead of looking at photographs, we recommend you take inspiration from movies like Strangers on a Train, Touch of Evil or The Man that wasn't there. Film Noir doesn't necessarily need to be in black & white but for this challenge we want to focus on black & white photography.
1. Photograph in black & white!
2. Capture the classic noir feel!
3. Submit only ONE photo!
We only accept photos that are taken during the months of the challenge!
The point is that you go out and challenge yourself :) Uploading photos from the archive is easy
but you take away the space for people who went out to shoot for the theme.
So please play a fair game and if you didn't get a photo this time, you can try again next time!
Submit your work
(Please read the rules before you submit)
DEADLINE: End of February
Upload your photos before the day of the Livestream.
Next Livestream: Will be announced
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