Abstracts have long been a staple of the visual art forms. Abstract paintings, sculpture, textile art, digital art — all serve to lure the audience into a different perspective. Even the moving arts, such as, dance tend to stray from the norms and incorporate free flowing steps that can be considered abstractions.
The Zone V Camera Club hopes to expand your mind and visions as they stage a year end photo exhibit entitled, ‘Expanded Visions’ at 2L Mega Atrium, SM Megamall on November 10 – 14, 2017.
Learn More: http://zonev.org/
‘Expanded Vision’ is a collection of the members foray into the psychedelic world of abstract photography. Abstraction in the world of photography is a special challenge. The work must maintain a link with the natural or objective world, a limitation not normally found nor expected from the more traditional art forms.
The success of the photographic abstract stems as much from the original subject as well the final result. It is important that the real subject be visible or discernible. Perhaps, the process may even serve to draw the audience in as they come up with their own interpretation of the art work.
Convoluted angles, motion blur either from the camera or the subject, multiple or layered images, close ups or macro photography, are just some of the more common tools of the trade.
About Zone V Camera Club ….
An independent club of photographers coming from various professions and callings, united with the ideal of building on their passion of photography as an art form.
The club serves as a venue for the development of each member’s photography skills. This is achieved through monthly photo contests that aim to challenge the members to view the world with a fresh, new perspective. Source: http://zonev.org/about-us/
Several photo entries of Zone V Camera Club members earned Bronze – Silver – Gold awards in the recent International Photography Awards (IPA) 2017.
They are: Alfred Uy, Event Photographer of the Year, Category Winner – Traditions and Culture, Gold for ‘Loy Krathong Festival’, Industrial Category – Gold for ‘Bangui Windmills’ and Silver award for ‘Haunting Stupa’.
– Jeff Dytuco, Culture Category – Silver for ‘Majestic Mayon’ and Bronze for ‘Devotion’.
– Willie de Vera, Traditions and Cultures Category – Bronze for ‘Black Nazarene of Quiapo’.
– Evie Go, Fine Art/Abstract Category – Silver, ‘Colors of the Sea’.
The International Photography Awards (IPA) conducts an annual competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Source:http://photoawards.ph/about/
Mark in your calendar – ‘Expanded Vision’ Photo Exhibit!
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