Plot[ edit ] One of the film's narratives takes place during the Spanish Inquisition. The story intercuts to a similar looking man, tending a tall tree in a glass dome biosphere travelling through space, annoyed by a woman called Izzi.
Photography Competitions are a wonderful way to improve your photography. While photography just for the sake of photography is a lot of fun sometimes a competition can help you raise the bar as a photographer as you know your image will be seen by a discerning group of judges and possibly even displayed along with other winners.
Photography competitions come in all shapes and sizes and range from online friendly competitions or assignments like the ones we have in our forums each week through to local competitions in photography clubs through to international photography competitions entered by pro photographers.
There are two main reasons for this: How will the images be used? This left a lot of photographers angry when their images started appearing all over the place.
It can mean the difference between winning and losing — one of the heartbreaking things about being involved in the running of a competition is seeing the many wonderful entries that are submitted incorrectly and as a result are not able to be considered for a prize.
Read the rules of the photography competition to see how many shots you can submit, when they need to be in, what format they should be in etc — and stick to these guidelines or you could well be wasting your time! Stick to the Theme of the Competition This leads us to our next tip — an obvious but important one — stick to the theme!
I am always amazed when judging competitions just how many of the images leave A LOT to the imagination of judges in terms of how they relate to the theme.
Do Some Research image by! If the competition is run by an organization or has a major sponsor — this can also be worth keeping in mind as it could tell you about the type of image they are looking for. Lastly — if the judges names are published take a little time to familiarize yourself with their work.
What style of work do they do, what type of image might they appreciate? Avoid Cliches and Stand Out If the competition has a theme it can be a fine line between a great shot and one that is a predictable cliche.
A tip I was given by a mentor years back for interpreting themes was to identify the type of shot that you expect everyone else will be submitting in response to the theme and then to set out to do everything you can to set yourself apart from it. Stand out from the crowd by choosing compelling subjects, striking colors, unusual but strong composition etc.
Aim for Technical Brilliance This should go without saying but from my experience as a judge I can only say that many photographers seem to settle for less than their best.
Avoid Distracting Elements One of the big mistakes that I see in judging of photography competitions is images where the photographer simply has not paid attention to every part of the frame.
Distracting elements pop up in backgrounds, foregrounds, color etc and they can mean the difference between a good shot and a fantastic one. Tell a story, hit people with emotion, do something with a shot that connects and evokes some sort of a reaction in those looking at the image. Enter Another Competition Did you win?
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