Interclub Photo Competition
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This months topic is open to a lot of absraction. Try to use images that are characterized by geometric decorative motifs, and/or that include straight or curved lines in designs or outlines, and/or represent simple geometric shapes (such as straight lines, circles, or squares).
Claude Brazeau is an Award Winning third bar Master Photographer for the Ottawa / Gatineau and Montreal area specializing in portrait and wedding photography. He also offers corporate and event photography and is a member of the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC).
Tiina Kirik is a visual artist, working primarily with traditional analog (pre-digital) photographic imaging techniques. Her street and studio photography frequently contribute base images used in her composite darkroom printing work.
In print work, she combines film negative enlargement with photogram and montage practices to create unique images with a bold retro aesthetic. An example of her Lith printing work was featured on the back cover of the current issue of Shots magazine (http://www.shotsmag.com). Her Photogram-Montage work is to be published in the June 2018 issue of Black & White Magazine.
Ms Kirik will discuss the techniques and present images she makes using three different camera-less processes: Lumen printing, Photograms and the Chemigram technique. She will respond to questions during and after each session.
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.
You may enter up to two entries into the assignment category.
You may enter a single general entry, whether or not you enter the asignment category.