Call for Entry: In Motion

$25.00$35.00

DESCRIPTION

As photographer Eadweard Muybridge once said, “Only photography has been able to divide human life into a series of moments, each of them has the value of a complete existence.” This exhibition encourages a variety of photographic techniques to illustrate motion. Whether it’s freezing a moment in time with high shutter speeds, creating a sense of speed and urgency through motion blur, or experimenting with Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) to produce abstract and dynamic compositions, we are eager to see your interpretation of “In Motion.”

We invite photographers to submit their work for an upcoming group exhibition exploring the theme “In Motion.” This exhibition seeks to capture the essence of movement in its various forms, be it physical, emotional, or conceptual. We are looking for dynamic images that convey a sense of energy, change, and momentum.

Juried by: Brian Matiash

Brian is an educator, photographer and writer and is based in Florida.  He wrote “The Visual Palette” and has created the “Lightroom Everywhere” program and has assisted Chicago Photography Classes with creating the Photo I Lightroom Lab Curriculum and also serves as CPC’s Lightroom Advisor and conducts workshops at the school.

Website: www.matiash.com

 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Submission Deadline: August 14th

Show Opening:  Sunday, September 15th

  • Entry Fee: $25 for up to 3 images, $35 for 5 images (this fee will also cover the cost of printing and mounting for the selected images).
  • Once you pay the submission fee on the website, you will receive an email confirmation of your purchase that looks like this (please check your spam folder!!)

 

 

The instructions on how to submit your images are embedded in that email. Please check your spam folder as well, as sometimes emails might end up there.

 

Special Juror: Brian Matiash
Deadline for submissions: August 14th, 2024
Show Opening: Sunday, September 15th

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