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Evaluations - Life in BC n Yukon, Nature in the Raw, Open (7:00 PM PDT)
Themes: You can submit anything but here are some suggestions.  Please do not include the Topic in the title of your image. 1) Highlighting Life in BC and Yukon -          This is rather open but taken in BC or Yukon.  Maybe include animals, birds, insects, landscape, nature, people and/or wildlife.  Show us the high lights. 2) Nature in the Raw -      Try getting that perfect in camera image.  Avoid techniques that add, relocate, replace, or remove pictorial elements except by cropping.  Keep editing to a minimum without changing the nature story or the pictorial content, or without altering the content of the original scene.  Go ahead and remove things such as dust spots, digital noise, and film scratches. -      Since the focus is on Nature, try not to include ‘Hand-of-Man’ meaning, devoid of all human elements and impacts of human activities (people, power lines, jet streams, light pollution, man-made structures or paths, buildings, concrete, fences, etc). 3) Open – submit anything you want. Try to get the title to match what you are trying to tell your audience in your image.  Avoid using Cat1, or just tree.  Instead say something like ‘curious cat’ if the cat looks curious.  If the tree is blowing in the wind, maybe use ‘Wind Blown’ or ‘Swaying with the Music’. Judge: Kerri-Jo Stewart Kerri-Jo discovered her love for photography while capturing the beauty of the equine athlete. A researcher in equine physiology, Kerri-Jo studies performance in racehorses and is a competitor who was Western Canadian Champion and top five in North America in distance riding. Drawing from her extensive background with horses, she hit the professional photography scene immediately winning the title of Professional Photographers of Canada BC Photographer of the Year. Since then Kerri-Jo has won numerous arts awards, most recently the City of Richmond Art Award for Artistic Innovation. She also captured the title of Fine Art Photographer of the Year with Master
Evaluations: Life in BC/Yukon; Nature in the Raw; Open (7:00 PM PDT)
Status: Judged Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations
Street Photography (7:00 PM PDT)
Present by Daniel Germinario of Nikon Canada This presentation will be discussing 3 different approaches to street photography and how a variety of factors like time of day, gear, location, etc, affect your final images.
Closing: Evaluations: Monochrome, Artistic, Open (7:00 PM PDT)
Closes: October 23, 2022 7:00 PM
Evaluations: Monochrome, Artistic, Other (7:00 PM PDT)
Themes: You can submit anything but here are some suggestions to help get the creative juices flowing.  Please do not include the Theme in the title of your image. 1) Monochrome -          A monochromatic color scheme uses the grayscale as the primary hue (colour) with a range of black shades (darker) and tints (lighter) of the grayscale.  A ‘duo-toned’ image is not considered a monochromatic colour scheme because it consists of two or more hues which are not consistent with the primary hue. 2) Artistic – Abstract, Altered Reality, Creative -      CAPA defines artistic as “an image produced with the intention to portray a creative vision based primarily on an aesthetic and emotional thrust.”  But it still needs to tell a story.  -      Try double exposure blurred images, intentional camera movement, distorted image, lines & shapes, panned image and smoke/fire created image. -      Or try using props or amplification of elements not normally viewed by the human eye such as: dramatically lit subject (portraits, still life or landscape), long-exposures, water & oil and high-speed water drops. It also includes light painting and low-key image created in camera or post processing. 3) Open – submit anything you want. Try to get the title to match what you are trying to tell your audience in your image.  Avoid using Cat1, or just tree.  Instead say something like ‘curious cat’ if the cat looks curious.  If the tree is blowing in the wind, maybe use ‘Wind Blown’ or ‘Swaying with the Music’.
Evaluations: Monochrome, Artistic, Open (7:00 PM PDT)
Status: Open Closes: October 23, 2022 7:00 PM Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations


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