Check out this photo critique session with Pierre, and friend of EYExplore. He has been into photography for a few years and is just coming into his own as a photographer. He asked for a critique of some of his photos, which seemed like a great opportunity to record and share with you all! We mainly discuss composition in the context of street and travel photography, with a few mentions of technical settings as well. If you are interested in such a critique for your own photos, please check out our online photography coaching service!
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