18th October 2018: ‘Scape with a Twist’ Print Competition
Competition brief:- "Any type of scape (cityscape, landscape, seascape) that has a twist on traditional scape photography. This can include minimalist scapes, fine art scapes, impressionist scapes and abstract scapes. Use light, long exposures, depth of field and more to give your scape a twist."
15th November 2018: ‘3’ or ‘Three’ Digital Competition
Competition brief:- "The image must contain 3 objects as the focal points or clearly use the number 3 as the subject"
6th December 2018: ‘Favourite Photo’ Print Exhibition
Brief:- "This is your time to show off your favourite shots, any subject, any technique, it just has to be your favourite!"
14th Feb 2019: ‘Love’ Print Competition
Competition brief:- "What better way to spend Valentines Day! The image must evoke the emotion of love. This can be unrequited love, heartache, maternal love, young love etc. Make us feel this overwhelming emotion! "
14th March 2019: ‘Abstract’ Digital Competition
Brief:- " Abstract photography is also known as non-objective, experimental, or conceptual photography. There are many ways to create an abstract image. The image may isolate a section of a scene therefore removing its context. This can give the image an unreal ‘abstract’ appearance. Using this technique, the photographer can involve the use of colour, light, shadow, texture, shape and/or form. Other types of abstract photography include ICM (Intentional Camera Movement). "
11th April 2019: ‘Reflections & Silhouettes’ Print Competition
Competition brief:- "Shapes and feeling produced from reflections and silhouettes can be powerful. The image must be predominantly a reflection or silhouette or both, or as its focal point within a scene."
2nd May 2019: ‘Macro’ Digital Competition
Competition brief:- " Macro photography is extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects and living organisms like insects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size. The image must clearly be a macro/close-up photograph. There are many ways to create macro images without expensive macro lenses so let’s explore the world our eyes often miss!"
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