- First Place: Nestling Newborns - Barbara Thompson
- Second Place: A New Chapter - John McKnight
- Third Place: Beginning To Topple - Barbara Thompson
- Early Morning Light Grant Tetons - Daniel Holmes
- Emergence - Yevette Shapiro
Join us for an evening with Art Becker and learn how to see light and composition. And how to capture truly unique images that will open your artistic vision. Additionally, this will help you to grow photographically. Each student will be encouraged to use their power of observation to see the beauty that is everywhere. And seek out your sense of wonder we all need to make one kind of image that stands out.
Join us for an informal discussion of the photos submitted and judged for the Online Contest "WATER/LIQUIDS."
This meeting is an exchange of ideas where both judge and contestants can express their vision and perception of the submitted and critiqued images,
We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to learn from each other and further your technical and artistic photography skills.
Among other things, wheels take us from one place to another and are found everywhere, cars, motorcycles, trains, airplanes, appliances, antiques, machinery, and more. Look for special perspectives and angles. Show us something different and creative.
For this theme take photographs of anything that you think represents “Beginnings“. Photograph a subject that makes the viewer think of the beginning of something. Examples: the beginning of the year, a race, a day, a night, a newborn baby, newborns in nature, like animals and plants. New infrastructure like construction, roads, etc.
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This month's contest is all about water. You can submit photos of traditional water bodies like rivers, oceans, waterfalls, etc. It is, however, not limited to those. Challenge your creativity by creating images where water or a specific liquid is the main subject, for example, drinks, food, rain, water drops on plants or structures, puddles, or anything else you come up with.
Digital Challenge…Now it is your turn. I have critiqued your digital images. Some agree with my assessments...some do not. What follows is my methodology and reasons. How objective are you when self-critiquing your photographs? Can you separate your emotional connection to your image?