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NCFPC Critique / Competition May Selections

A bit of refresher, the NCFPC does these critique & competition shows every month. Most are themed, a few are 'Open' meaning anything goes, and the December meeting is the Best Of Year show in which any (or all) prize-winning photos from the year are entered. May's theme is Mirror, and the object as well as the reflective surface must be in the photograph. The reflective surface does not need to be, and may be an actual mirror. Water, steel, chrome, any surface which reflects suffices for this theme, so long as the object is also in the photograph.

I enter in Class B Intermediate categories, and may enter two photos in Colour, Monochrome, and Creative. Creative is something of an 'open' category for all, regardless of other categories, and this category refers to photographs which are not photo-realistic rather than the degree of 'creativity' the artist possesses or displays.

For several of these, y'all provided some pertinent constructive criticism.


Reflections, Cubed
Reflections, Cubed

Morning On Milford Sound


World War Two Memorial Pond
World War 2 Memorial

Curves & Angles
Curves & Angles

Creative (Non-photo realistic)

Sumi-e Reality
Sumi-e Reality
Tags: art, photography

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