My apologies for taking so long to write to you about this month's photo challenge, but unfortunately I came down with the most miserable cold (and then Laryngitis) and have just been struggling to just make it through the day. In any event, I'm on the mend and feeling much better.
The challenge for March is entitled "One Thing, Three Interpretations". The idea, essentially, is to find an object (it can be anything that you like) and interpret your object in three different ways. By interpretation I mean shoot the object from three different angles or perspectives so that you create a different sense of the object from each of the perspectives. You are perfectly free to accentuate and highlight your interpretations by applying digital post processing (i.e. use Photoshop or similar application) on your images.
The following video will give you a sense of what I'm looking for in this month's challenge.
Please upload a maximum of three images. If you are having issues with the upload process please email me and I will guide you through it or help fix any problem.
Looking forward to seeing your interpretations.
THEN AND NOW IMAGES BY THE APL CAMERA CLUB NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE COLLEEN ABBOTT GALLERY
Last year a group of photographers from the APLCC worked on a series of Then & Now photo mergers to celebrate Aurora's Sesquicentennial and to show how the town has evolved in 150 years.
These images are now on exhibition at the Colleen Abbott Gallery of the Aurora Public Library. If you've never seen these images, and have a chance to go, you'll be in for a treat. The participants involved in this project were:
- Ian Beck
- Rick Armstrong
- William Varela
- Doug Underwood
- Rafael Payan
- Claire D'Aurore
- Ronen Grunberg
- Rhodri Ford
The library also put together a short video where they had me discuss the origins of the Then & Now project.
You'll also find an article and possibly a photograph about the Then & Now Sesquicentennial project in next week's (March 19) edition of The Auroran.