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.
February 2022 Theme:
Theme of the month in February is "Look Down"! Photograph something interesting on the Street looking down. Example: Feet, Trash, Dogs, Stairway, Holes... You can photograph everything in the public space as long as your camera is pointing down :)
Example (you don't need to focus on details)
1. Take a (street) photo with the camera pointing down.
2. Photo has to be taken after the last livestream!
3. Submit only ONE photo!
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!
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Jason and I are taking a break at the moment.
We will discuss the future of STREET CRITIQUE in an upcoming Livestream. We apologize for everyone waiting to be critiqued for the current running theme.
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You can watch the last Livestream until one month after the stream ended on my Twitch Channel.