Multiple Exposure – Competition March 12th
Following our inspiring and educational workshop on Multiple Exposure (thank you James, Judy and Ray) it was great to see the number of members venturing into this creative genre and exciting to see the variety of applications and techniques employed. Although many of us had felt challenged by the idea of creating Multiple Exposure images, Set Subject entries significantly outnumbered Open category images and two thirds of entries were prints! This trend sets BPC apart from many other clubs where prints are giving way to PDI’s (Projected Digital Images).
Here are some of the different interpretations of the subject.
Our judge, Keith Seidel, shared many useful tips and suggestions, carefully explaining the reasons for the scores he gave. He appreciated storytelling, good composition and creativity when well executed. The most common flaws he noted were distracting elements such as bright patches or lines leading the eye away from the subject or out of the frame. It was encouraging to see the awards were spread among 10 of the 17 members who entered the competition.