Image Challenge: Water
Skills topic: Practical aesthetics – a round robin of 4 stations covering the photography of still life, a model, movement and use of lights. Presenter Tryg Helander
Come closer, and discover another not-to-be-missed moment.
Graham Burstow’s fourth book of his photographs, “Closer”, will be launched on Friday March 27.
TPS member and judge Gérard Saide will speak at the launch to be held at Cobb and Co starting 6pm.
Graham’s latest work is a personal survey of his 73 years in photography.
Comprising 142 A4 pages, “Closer” will be a must-have addition in the collection of photographers and anyone else with an artistic appreciation.
We all recognise Graham’s ‘Dorothea Lange’ shot on the cover, and I for one, can’t wait to get my hands on a copy and see what’s inside.
Book launch “Closer”, by Graham Burstow
Date: Friday March 27
Place: Cobb and Co.
All welcome, no RSVP required.
Set Subject: Song or Film Title
The image must bring to mind the title of a song or film which is in the public domain, either recent or historical. This can be achieved either by word association or scene association with elements of the image providing clear clues as to the title of a valid song or film.
Judge: Barry Whisson PSQA
The Image Challenge is “Repetition”.
The topic is Photographer’s Retrospective by Graham Burstow
Image Challenge: Repetition
Set Subject: Self Portrait
A Self-portrait is a representation of an artist photographed by the artist. The self-portrait is more than a selfie or snapshot because it is about capturing the essence of the artist’s identity and attitude and personality.
The self-portrait can be considered as an act of introspection, self-exploration or a visual diary.
Consideration needs to be given to background, dress and position, angle and can include several approaches – environmental, constructionist, candid and creative.
Judge: Bob Britcher AFIAP AAPS PSQA
The image challenge is “Then and now – Diptych”
The topic if “Introduction to post-processing software – pros and cons of various packages”, presented by Veronica Sorley
Image Challenge: Then and Now (Diptych)
Set Subject: Antique
An antique has value because of its aesthetic or historical significance, and its age, beauty, and rarity. Something may be very old, but uninteresting or very common, and the key is to find something that you can photograph well.
How old is antique, there is the saying, “Grandmothers are antique little girls.” But we who are in that age of life may not like being called elderly, let alone antique. However, what about some genuinely elderly people approaching the age of antique (100 years) with their beautiful wrinkles?
Judge: John Stewart SSAPS AAPS PSQA