I will be submitting some or all of the following pictures. I would love to get feedback on ones you think are the best, or maybe could use some help with editing.
Finding the proper categories to submit the pictures in is also difficult. Anywhere you see 2 listed is where I am trying to determine what to submit under.
Division 28 – Architecture
- Class 3 – Monuments
- Class 5 – Urban Buildings
- To hold faith in your fingers
The Carmel Mission is lovely location with lots of small things to capture. The altar is not so small, but with a crystal ball it seems to miniaturize so that it is easily grasped. When I first showed this picture I had feedback that the original orientation was distressing to some.
Division 29 – Black & White
- Class 6 – Still Life
- What does the future behold?
This is my first Black & White. The crystal ball is actually quite large, and heavy. I was experimenting with candles and silver cups. The color version is pretty, but this was just more dramatic for me. I admit I thought of Harry Potter in divination class when I was doing this series of photos.
Division 25 – Abstract/surreal
- Class 3 – Non-Digitally Manipulated
- A storm approaches
I am rather happy with the color of the crystal in this. I did not edit the color in. it was created with the use of LED candles and a real candle. The tea set in the background is an old set my mother gave me. It is quite tarnished but it creates a lovely reflection of the candles.
Division 33 – Food
- Class 2 – Tablescape
- Class 3 – Any Other
- Tarnished Treasures
My tarnished treasures. When I polish them up I will be taking another series to show the difference. I am not sure if this would be considered table scape or something else. It isn’t food.
Division 38 – Transportation
- Class 3 – Sea
- Lady Surfer
This was taken in Monterey. I have another of her profile. I am unsure of the rules when it comes to people. Since she can not be identified I don’t know if I can use this. I will be looking in to that.
Division 37 – People
- Class 1 Children/Family
- Boy to Man ; Adult to Child
This father and son were walking along the beach. I loved the image of just their legs. walking together, yet apart. One in the safety and calm of the waters edge; the other splashing in the waves. Adult and child.
Division 35 – Life in California
- Class 2 – CA Landscape
Division 34 – Landscapes
- Class 4 – Waterscape