Friday Photo Critique is our weekly community project, where we publish a photograph submitted by one of our wonderful readers, then ask you all to offer constructive feedback on the image. It’s a great way to learn more about photography, express your viewpoint, and have your own image critiqued!
Quick Ground Rules
- Play nice! We’ve deliberately chosen photographs that aren’t perfect, so please be constructive with any criticism.
- Feel free to offer any type of advice – composition, lighting, post-processing etc.
- You can also link to photographs that you feel offer a great example of this type of image shot exceptionally well.
Without further ado, here is this week’s candidate for Friday Photo Critique!
Photo Details & Inspiration
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
- 4 seconds
- ISO 100
I recently visited Birmingham (UK) for the first time. I had very little time to dedicate to photography, so I packed my Lumix GF2 with the standard 14-42mm lens and headed to Birmingham. I researched before what the city had to offer and I learn about this amazing building: The Bullring Shopping Center.
Being one of the most photographed building in UK, I tried to get the building from a less common point of view. So I went at night, placed the camera down low, composed the shot and waited for some incoming traffic to add some light trails. Luckily enough, a double deck bus passed in front the camera adding a more interesting trail.
Photographer: Andrea Minoia
Please let us know what you think in the comments – how would you have approached the scene or taken the photo differently? A massive thank you to everyone who commented last week.
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