The Set Subject Round 5 Internal League Competition 2019-2020

The last rounds of the internal league competitions both have ‘set subjects’.

This season for both competitions the judge will hear your titles – this is to help with their deliberations.

If you have any questions about these set subjects or would like to chat about a specific image please contact Caroline Colegate, Jon Sawyer or Ian Hardacre.

Round 5: Print League – A Triptych

Examples using words (from Jon)

Your triptych may be one image split into three OR it could be three images with a common theme.

Definition from Wikipedia:
“A photographic triptych is a common style used in modern commercial artwork. The photographs are usually arranged with a plain border between them. The work may consist of separate images that are variants on a theme, or may be one larger image split into three.”

Remember just one mount – this is not a panel!

The triptych could be on one print in the mount; or three separate prints but still in the one mount.

Round 5: PDI – Intentional Camera Movement (ICM)

Piccadilly Circus ICM by Billy Watson

We are looking for abstract images . . .

Definition from Wikipedia:
“In intentional camera movement (ICM), a camera is moved during the exposure for a creative or artistic effect. This causes the image points to move across the recording medium, producing an apparent streaking in the resulting image.”

Here’s a blog from Wex about ICM, or watch this YouTube video (apologies in advance for the adverts!)

 

 

Please remember this would then exclude light trails when the camera is fixed and your subjects move by;

or even panned shots with (say) a car or a motor-bike in focus.

If you have any questions about these set subjects or would like to chat about a specific image please contact Caroline Colegate, Jon Sawyer or Ian Hardacre.

Ian Hardacre
Programme Secretary

Ian Hardacre

Ian Hardacre

My passions are seeing the world through new eyes, photography and music. See my website for blogs on all of the above (ianhardacre.com) #Stopkillingwhales

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