Your image must incorporate multiple exposure, whether in camera or composited in post.
Associate Curator Andrea Kunard will discuss the Anthropocene exhibition featuring the photographs of Edward Burtynsky and films of Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier. Now on view at the National Gallery of Canada, the show focuses on the environmental state of the planet at this point in time. The talk will address the exhibition’s subject matter and the way art offers diverse ways of understanding and engaging with a rapidly changing world.
Your image subject must embrace the topic.
Danielle Barabé-Bussières learns photography every day by watching tutorials, researching photography projects and gets some of her inspiration from great photographers. Danielle likes to explore nature, flowers, wildlife and is very passionate of macro photography.
In the recent years, her images have earned several awards in Provincial and National competitions with the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC). She is very devoted to photography and she worked hard to achieve a professional level. She is also very involved with artists' associations and takes every opportunity offered to her to display her art in the Ottawa area and surroundings.
Your image must make use of panning.
As a citizen of Ottawa – a city she has fallen in love with since her arrival in 1992, Lois is involved in multiple activities. Siegel was named one of the Capital City’s Top 50: People who are shaping the future of the National Capital, by Ottawa Life Magazine.
With a career spanning 35 years, Lois Siegel is a multi-faceted individual, a photographer, filmmaker, writer, teacher and musician,
if she likes something or finds something interesting, she’s on it. For example, she picked up the fiddle and started playing in a Celtic band, because, well, just because the idea intrigued her.
The annual Interclub Competition is a competition among individual photographers in the four Ottawa-area photo clubs. The 2019 ON TOPIC is Edge, defined as the edge of something that is either physical (e.g., a cliff, a knife's edge, etc.) or mental (nervous, anxious, etc.)
There is also a GENERAL category.
Entry guidelines can be found here
Six club members will present a series of action/motion photos. We can look forward to an evening of sport, street, contemplative, studio and nature photography using creative and dynamic techniques and purposeful camera motion, blur, time-lapse and post processing techniques.
A call of proposals will be sent out to the membership early January 2018.
Topic: Faces & Figures
A photographic portrait which is a representation of a living person, especially the face, OR a photograph in which the subject, the human body, is the primary interest.
Entries are limited to POSED photographs of one or more human beings. The backgrounds may include statues or paintings of people, providing these are NOT the primary subject.
Pet and animal portraits are excluded.
There are no restrictions on location (indoors or outdoors) nor on lighting (ambient or artificial) however both must be CONSIDERED and CONTROLLED.