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In Living Color Photography Exhibition
Much like the the 1939 blockbuster film THE WIZARD OF OZ, the history of photography starts out in black & white but soon turns into a glorious full color world filled with possibilities. Where photogs once had to be content with the 10 shades of silver gray afforded by Ansel Adam’s zone system, color photographers have literally all the colors of the rainbow with which to express themselves; the purple hues of dawn and the low golden light of early morning.
Midday brings the flatter, harsher palette of a direct, white and shadow-less sun. Late afternoon returns us to the romance of low gold and orange light, finally giving way to fiery red and purple sunsets and the violet hush of dusk. Not to be outdone, the muted indigo of nightfall covers all until the dawn again.
This month join our exhibition at 1650 Gallery as we dive into the wonderful world of color. Show us the powerful punch of rainy day colors or the man-made eerie green of fluorescent overhead lights. Show us the green apple, the orange convertible or the multi-colored patchwork quilt. Show us the muted colors of fog, the time-worn patina of your Uncle Bob’s classic Buick or maybe even the ruby red of your girlfriend Angela’s lips. Show us whatever you like! But most of all show us your imagination and your lust for life this month as 1650 celebrates the world around us IN LIVING COLOR! Approximately fifty works will be chosen from submitted photos to be included in the IN LIVING COLOR group photography exhibition at 1650 Gallery in Los Angeles.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: The artist retains the copyrights for all entries into 1650 Gallery's juried photography exhibitions. USAGE RIGHTS: Photographers retain all rights to their work. Photographers of selected work grant 1650 Gallery the right to use selected photographs for promotional purposes, for display on the 1650 Gallery website, and for inclusion in an exhibition catalog. The artist's name and photo title are to be included in the exhibition and wherever the work is displayed.
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