March Madness

…and its quite competitive.

March has been quite an interesting month thus far. As I am sure you have noticed, I haven’t posted a lot about new images or projects that I am currently working on. Between getting my Photo-book finished, adjusting images for large printing, I haven’t had much time to go out and shoot. In addition to all of that, I have also been prepping some of the images I have taken to enter into a couple of contests. Here are two of the ones I submitted photos for, and which images I chose for each!

PHOTOGRAPHER FORUM MAGAZINE: 38th ANNUAL SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

This was a contest suggested by one of my instructors on campus. For this contest, you have to pay to enter, but the winners would be featured in one of their monthly publications, and receive a monetary prize and camera lens (for 1st and 2nd place); definitely making the payout feel worth it. All participants, just for entering, would also receive two month’s of their publication. For more info, you can check it out here: Photographer Forum Magazine.

The following were the five images that I submitted.

 

The Ring

The last one is a new one. I did a small photo-shoot the other day, details in a later post, but I did a macro shot of an engagement ring. pleased with how it turned out, I thought I would submit it and see how it does in “The Big Leagues.”

ADOBE DESIGN ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Mock up of Bannack, Montana Fine Art Photographs
Featuring, from right to left, “The Bar”, “To The Blue Galaxy”, and “Lichen”.

As a student, this seemed like a perfect chance to submit here! The contest is designed to help art students of various fields get recognized for their work. The contest is run through Adobe, and they feature the artist on a couple different media outlets, as well as offering a chance to be in attendance to one of its bigger events later in the year. For more info, you can check it out here: ADAA.

 

For them, I entered three of my fine art images from when I was in Bannack last month (see the image caption). We’ll see how it goes!

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