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CALL for ENTRIES, 6th Annual “Stand in ANSEL ADAMS Footsteps” Exhibition
January 15 @ 10:00 pm - 10:05 pm
CALL for ENTRIES! Now Open until entry DEADLINE, Friday, January 15, 2021.
This last year has been hard on all the GNPA chapters, hopefully 2021 will allow our normal activities resume. This Posting is not for a meeting, but we will work to begin those soon.
This is a notification and announcement we WILL resume our annual ‘Stand in Ansel Adams Footsteps’ Competition and Exhibition.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT DIGITAL IMAGES: NOW until Friday, January 15, 2020 @ 10:00pm
We are returning to The Hudgens Center, Duluth GA (www.thehudgens.org) for an 8-week Exhibition from February 20th thru April 17, 2021.
OPENING DAY at The Hudgens will be on Saturday, February 20th on Ansel Adams Birthday! Our humble way to pay tribute to the legendary Ansel Adams.
REMEMBER, the concept and goal of “Stand in Ansel Adams Footsteps” remains to shoot in Black & White and emulate as close as you can the style, look and feel of his work. Open to all current GNPA member.
Enthusiast and Novice Divisions and 3 Categories (LANDSCAPE, MACRO/ CLOSE UP & OPEN). Entry Fees: Per entry $5.00 each. Maximum of 3 entries per a single Category or a maximum total of 9 entries (3 in each of 3 categories).
Awards: A Best of Show will be awarded from across all categories. Each category will have a First, Second, and Third Place. Honorable Mention will be awarded at discretion of our judge, up to 4 in each category. For the first time in addition to ribbons, certificates, and bragging rights! Coupons and Gift Cards go to the Top Winners.
“A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH IS KNOWING WHERE TO STAND” Ansel Adams
We are incredibly pleased and fortunate to have Charlotte Gibb as our judge this year. Charlotte Gibb is an award-winning and renowned nature and landscape photographer. Known for her mastery of “Intimate Landscapes” — small scenes derived from a big large landscape with an eye for the subtle and sometimes overlooked beauty of nature.
To view work by Charlotte Gibb, go to www.charlottegibb.com. Her thoughts on black and white photography can be read on her blog, https://charlottegibbblog.com/black-white-photography-still-relevant/.
To download the Full Prospectus of Rules & Instructions available to GNPA members via the GNPA website, www.GNPA.org. Look under Competitions or scroll down from the GNPA Home Page.
If you are not a GNPA member, go to www.GNPA.org and please join.
This year we will have several changes to the details for the competition & exhibit, including online judging.
Keep watch for future announcements for this event and others going into 2021.