New Weekly Mini-Contest
Hello, yet again!
Thanks to everyone for being patient with the sporadic posting of contests every so often recently. I've finally finished applying to university. I have a place on a course which I'm really happy with, at Brighton!
Which, I think, is a pretty awesome place to go for a photography degree.
It took me a while to come up with anything sensible for a theme using the letter v... Vast seemed a bit too obvious and after some consideration I thought Viscous was a bit far-fetched as well.
So, after looking around the room mumbling "v... ve... vi... vo..." to myself for a bit, I finally settled on Vibration. But, extra points go to photos that don't have water in!
Photos will be judged mainly on creativity, from both the perspective of actually how the photo has been taken, and also the creativity in how the image links to the theme. Judges may look for photos that make an impact, and especially photos that can cause others to think a little harder or even become inspired by. I would like to have the chance every now and again to possibly write a little about why I chose a photo or two, and by doing so help to get the community around this group discussing whether or not they find any of the photos particularly impacting or inspiring!
Each member is only allowed to submit one deviation per weekly contest, so you should put all your passion and concentration into one stunning photo! Photos can be artistic or conceptual, or both ;] and of course, related to nature!
Please note that your entries don't count as your "gallery" submissions.
Besides this, your photo could be of absolutely anything that relates to the word. On the other hand your photo could be seen as a play of words on the theme, or you could even be more adventurous and use your artwork to describe how you would interpret that word.
All visual media is welcome, so don't be afraid to get creative :]
Submitting is easy! Here is the link to the submissions folder: [link]
Congratulations to everyone above, and good luck with next week's contest!
Last week's theme was 'Underneath'