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Spring Photography Show

“Footloose”

To be Judged and Displayed on March 8, 2022

Deadline for Entries: March 2 , 2022

(Entrants are strongly encouraged to bring their entries to the February meeting. Entrants may also mail or drop off photos at the photography chairperson’s house, or mail your mounted photos directly from the printer/photo shop
to the photography chairperson before the deadline —
Melissa Bullitt, 801 Brintons Bridge Road, West Chester, PA 19382)

 

All photographs are to be the entrant’s choice of dimensions, but cannot be larger than 10” x 12”, or smaller than 5” x 7”. Exhibitor’s choice of color or monochromatic prints (Monochromatic is defined as tints, tones and shades of any one hue.)

 

All photographs must be flush mounted on either black or white foam core or matte board. The photo must be cut flush with the edge of the backing material, no borders or frames are allowed around the edge of the photo. Photos will be staged for the show against a black background. (Please note — Velcro or magnets may be affixed to the back of your foam core or board for hanging/display purposes.)

All photos must contain plant material, and at least one of the plant material/s must be identified on the entry card (identified material/s can either be the subject or in the background). Please refer to the Photography Classes Rules on the Weeders website before entering.

      1)  “Kick Off Your Sunday Shoes”  A landscape photograph of a                peaceful, relaxing, or healing place.

      2)  “Lose Your Blues” A photograph featuring bright or                                contrasting colors.

      3)  “Before We Crack”

           A photograph featuring something old, used, or broken                       surrounded by nature or beautiful plant material.

      4)  “Let’s Dance"  A photograph featuring graceful rhythm and/or              motion.

Note: Classes may be subdivided before being judged. Criteria for subdivision may include: novice, monochromatic, photo edited images, or judges choice.