Street Photography Photo Walk – Click Away

I had the honor and pleasure at speaking at Click Away in September. First let me say, the conference was AMAZING. I left so inspired! That was exactly what I needed. Listening to the Keynote speakers and the instructors filled my soul.

Besides speaking, I got to lead a street photography photo walk. Man, did we have fun! First off, I got us lost because I’m terrible at reading a map. Thanks for the image to prove my point Olivia at Random Olive.

Random Olive

But these amazing ladies just rolled with it and we walked, laughed, and photographed. It was truly my pleasure to get to meet these amazing photographers.
group photo

Enjoy the eye candy by those who attended. Isn’t it fun to see the walk through each of their lenses. Thank you ladies! I had the best time!

Random Olive 1

Random Olive

Images above by Olivia at Random Olive

Ashlee Baird 1
Ashlee Baird
Images above by Ashlee Baird at Ashlee Baird Photography

Anna Hughes 1

Anna Hughes
Images above by Anna Hughes at Anna Lynn Hughes Photography

Kelly Kendall 1

Kelly Kendall

Images above by Kelly Kendall

Shannon Brooks 1
Shannon Brooks
Images by Shannon Brooks at Shannon Brooks Photography

Madalena Zampaulo 1

Madalena Zampaulo
Images above by Madalena Zampaulo at My Personal Coffee Break

Jennifer Conley

Jennifer Conley 1

Images above by Jennifer Conley at Jennifer Conley Photography

Lindsay Askins 1

Lindsay Askins
Images above by Lindsay Askins at Spot of Serendipity Photography

Jen Doolittle 1

Jen Doolittle
Images above by Jen Doolittle at Songbird and Bear Photography

Tina Fisher 1

Tina Fisher
Images above by Tina Fisher at Tina Fisher Photography

If you would like to learn more about street photography check out Street Photography: 9 Tips to Follow

Critique Me – Renee at Renee Wright Photography

Remember:
-Read How to Critique a Photo
-Make a critique sandwich – something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive
-My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment
-This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique.
-If you would like to have an image critiqued be sure to read How to submit an image for critique.

Thank you to Renee at Renee Wright Photography for submitting the following image.
Settings: ISO 100 | SS 1/320 | f/1.8
Renee Wright Photography

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