Exhibits

EXHIBIT Closed on March 3rd 2013

Juror: Seth Resnick

Juror's Choice: "Surfer Warrior" by Charlie Hunt from Huntington Beach, CA USA

If a confident use of color defines your work, we want to see it.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:7 February 13
Artists' Reception:10 February 13 16:30
Exhibit Closes:3 March 13
Color Story
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

There is infinite potential for an exhibition such as this, which crosses subject, theme, and genre; we are equally enthusiastic to see realism and abstraction, and the not-so-gray areas that balance between. There is also limitless possibility for your choice of color story: every hue, tint, and shade applies, where it is used to characterize, describe, communicate and celebrate your subject or concept

Juror's Statement: (Seth's comments are extensive and are paraphrased here, please click through to read the entire text)


GENERAL COMMENTARY

I have over the years judged many contests. Normally, when I am asked to select fifty plus images for a contest, I have trouble because it is usually tough to find fifty that would truly pass my own criteria. With this contest I was caught off guard for a very different reason. I started off with 719 images and I was easily able to eliminate 300 plus images from the contest without hesitation and I will talk about that in a bit. The next 250 or so was a bit tougher because I was really seeing some strong imagery but was able to carefully go through them and one at time eliminate additional submissions. At this point it got much tougher and continued until I was down to 91 images. Never as a judge have I seen so many excellent images and I think a show of 91 would have been an fantastic show by any standard. I went back through every single image, noting things I liked or didn't like about each one and eventually narrowed it down even further. In the end I ended up with 82 images that were truly winners in my mind. Gallery space allows for 62 images so I still needed to eliminate 20.  I was able to do so but I want to reiterate that all 20 that I eliminated were well qualified in my mind to be in the show and if you were one of those photographers you should be very proud.   . . . . Read More


Surf Warrior
Juror's Choice

Charlie Hunt
Huntington Beach, CA USA
BiscectedNautilusPompillius
Honorable Mention

Edward Lilley
Bradford, VT USA
Oh, the Humanity
Honorable Mention

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Magnesite
Honorable Mention

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
A Study in Orange
Honorable Mention

Joyce Harman
Flint Hill, VA USA
Red Chair
Honorable Mention

Randall Kaye
Toronto, ON Canada

Roof Lines
Honorable Mention

Steven Millman
Boynton Beach, FL USA
Jellyfish
People's Choice

Cat Cutillo
South Burlington, VT USA
Seidenfarben

Anita Schiedeck
Nürnberg, Germany

Lichthof

Anita Schiedeck
Nürnberg, Germany
Wildeye III

Anna Bennett
Longparish, Hampshire UK
TURQUOISE WALL

bianca dorso
los angeles, ca USA

GREEN WALL

bianca dorso
los angeles, ca USA
YELLOW

bianca dorso
los angeles, ca USA
Animals war

Boris Kotlyar
Saint-Petersburg, RU Russia

Red Flag

Brian D. Meredith
Vista, California USA
wall

Carmen Spitznagel
Sandberg-Waldberg, Germany
pink high heels

Christine Bridges
Burlington, VT USA

UFO

Cristina Soares
Lisboa, Portugal
Bubbles

Dale Niles
Fayetteville, GA USA
Spray

daniel bowman ashe
plano, texas USA

Light Leaf

Daniel J Victor
New York, NY USA
Oil Field Equipment

Dick Lavine
Austin, Texas USA
Dragonfly

Dick Lavine
Austin, Texas USA

Black Cat

Dick Lavine
Austin, Texas USA
White Window

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA
Stairway

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA

Duplex

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA
Dandelion

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA
3A

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA

House of Blue

Edmund L Leckert III
Boise, ID United States
NeedsWork

Edward Lilley
Bradford, VT USA
Room with a View

Emily Naff
Nashville, TN USA

Chance Encounter

Emily Naff
Nashville, TN USA
Ruins_01Poland

Eric Bladholm
Chicago, Illinois USA
Ruins_01romania

Eric Bladholm
Chicago, Illinois USA

Surface_02Poland

Eric Bladholm
Chicago, Illinois USA
Limelight

Ericka Markley
Fort Wayne, IN USA
No, It's Not IKEA

Ethna Gillespie
Burnaby, British Columbia Canada

(P)ink

Gary Mitchell
Dayton, Ohio USA
Hot Rod RainDrops

Gary Tobler
Colchester, VT USA
Hot Rod Pink
SOLD

Gary Tobler
Colchester, VT USA

Hot Rod

Gary Tobler
Colchester, VT USA
False Equivalency

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Contraband

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Dali and Clown

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Feather; Macaw

James Henderson
Columbia, SC USA
Chair 8 - Telluride, CO

Jared Vincent
Shelburne, VT USA

Amusing Gates

Jeanette Serrat
Pennsauken, NJ USA
Forest sky

José M. Gómez-Ros
Madrid, Madrid Spain
Balloon

Kathleen Taylor
Santa Fe, New Mexico USA

Endless Summer

Kevin Brannan
Verona, NJ USA
Auburn 8

Larry A Dunn
Wolcott, VT USA
Orange & Chrome

Larry A Dunn
Wolcott, VT USA

Through my eye

Laurence Chellali
Genova, Genova Italy
Hotel Cuba

Laurie McCormick
Los Angeles, CA USA
Irish Lace

Laurie McCormick
Los Angeles, CA USA

Reflection-grass

Linda Sawyer
Pensacola Beach, Florida USA
On the Lock

Meryl Ann Schneider
Heidelberg, Germany
Red Piers

Miska Draskoczy
Brooklyn, NY USA

Diner

Norma McGehee Woodward
Fredericksburg, VA USA
Chaordicolors

Ordi Calder
Cuiaba, Mato Grosso Brazil
Reflections Of Renewal

Paul M. Murray
Jamestown, RI USA

Pride And Excellence

Paul M. Murray
Jamestown, RI USA
Red Shoes

Randall Kaye
Toronto, ON Canada
Coming Home

Randall Kaye
Toronto, ON Canada

Laundry Day

Randall Kaye
Toronto, ON Canada
Bicycle

Randall Kaye
Toronto, ON Canada
49 Shades of Red

Robert Fish
New York, NY USA

Untitled

Sandi Pfeifer
West Palm Beach, FL USA
The players

Shifra Levyathan
Ramat-Gan, Israel
Stairs

Shifra Levyathan
Ramat-Gan, Israel

Raining pleasure" series

Stelios Karatheodorou
Serres, Greece
Raining pleasure series

Stelios Karatheodorou
Serres, Greece
Passage de Marais

Stephen F Sherman
Bronx, NY USA

Floating Target

Steve Stokan
Flower Mound, Texas USA
Architectural Abstract

Steven Millman
Boynton Beach, FL USA
Pinceaux

Suzan Mandla
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Havana Pink

Suzanne Engelberg
Tiburon, CA USA
Havana Street

Suzanne Engelberg
Tiburon, CA USA
Staircase and Shadow

William Horton
Boulder, CO USA

Axiom

wilson hurst
warrensburg, missouri USA


All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.

Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image and People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.

We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.


Juror: Seth Resnick

We are honored to have Seth Resnick as Juror for “Color Story.”  He has marked the world of contemporary Photography by a prolific career spanning education, fine art, editorial, stock and commercial work, and entrepreneurial contributions to the education of digital workflow through D-65 online.

Resnick’s CV includes only a partial client list of over 75 of the most influential corporations in the world, including Apple to IBM, Forbes to Time Warner. He has been credited in over 2500 publications worldwide - in Photo District News over 55 times alone, including as one of The 30 Most Influential Photographers of The Decade (January 19, 2010).  Abundant workshops gather fans internationally, at venues from Alaska to Tokyo, Chile to Botswana.

You’ll find Resnick’s influences on www.pixelgenious.com, www.d-65.com, and an additionally abundant list of professional credits, and broadly inspiring portfolios, at www.sethresnick.com.   He is genuinely looking forward to the Jury process, and invites each of you to present him your most appealing Color Stories.

 

EXHIBIT Closed on March 31st 2013

Juror: Davy Rothbart 

Juror's Choice: "Great Falls, MT" by William Rugen from Seattle, WA USA

To happen upon something forgotten, forsaken; to find what was once lost.
Photography eliciting scenes or subjects that meant something to someone long ago or in the recent past. 

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:7 March 13
Artists' Reception:10 March 13 16:30
Exhibit Closes:31 March 13
Lost and Found
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Foraging in a far away land, or even in your own backyard and uncovering the unexpected. We are looking for photographs that embody this murky realm of faded glory; haunting happenstance, and beauty found in the details dropped by a stranger on the street. Capture those ancient treasures tucked away from plain sight; the handiwork of a craftsman now far away, but re-imagined, and re-discovered by your lens.

In light of recent events, we are all feeling a communal sense of loss.  We see that, like material things, people can be lost, sometimes tragically. They can be misplaced, or forgotten--lost souls, the invisible humans in our midst. Bring these subjects into the light, show us what was lost and you have found.

Juror's Statement:

10 years ago, I started Found Magazine, a collection of notes, letters, and photos that folks had plucked up off the ground or the street. At Found, we receive dozens of finds a week, mesmerizing in their humor and heartbreak. Each find is a fragment of a story, and it's up to you to piece things together and fill in the blanks.
The same is true of the subjects of the beautiful, haunting, and lyrical photographs collected here—discarded items found in the weeds; abandoned buildings; broken-down trucks in a field; scraps of metal left to rust and decay. Looking through these images, I'm reminded of a koan that my mom, a Buddhist teacher, often shares. She'll hand someone a fresh scrap of paper, ask them to crumple it into a tight ball, and then un-crumple it. "Do you see," she'll ask, "within the crumpled paper, its original perfection?"
All of the decayed, lost, abandoned places and things in these photographs possess their original glory and perfection -- and their wizened present hints at a rich, textured journey which is up to us to imagine.
 
--Davy Rothbart


Great Falls, MT
Juror's Choice

William Rugen
Seattle, WA USA
Four Minutes in Eighth Grade
Honorable Mention

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA
Diving Board Grafitti
Honorable Mention

Jim Kohatsu
Long Beach, CA USA

Cycle Memories
Honorable Mention

Roshan Ghimire
Arlington, VA USA
The Perfect Perch
Honorable Mention

William Horton
Boulder, CO USA
Setting Sunflower
People's Choice

Chuck Kimmerle
Casper, WY USA

Red wagon

ALICIA RIUS
San Francisco, California United States
Pursuing the light

ALICIA RIUS
San Francisco, California United States
Portsmouth Terrace #1

Amanda E. Dailey
Rochester, NY USA

Abandoned Childhood

Amanda Umberger
Seattle, WA USA
"1611 Memorial" from the Dead Payphones series

Ashton Thyles Cloud
Decatur, GA USA
At a Glance

Betsy Chapek
Underhill Center, VT USA

Lost Texas 3

Bronson Dorsey
Austin, Texas United States
Unusable Tub

Chelsea
Plattsburgh, NY USA
Snow Car

Chuck Kimmerle
Casper, WY USA

Days Past

Dale Niles
Fayetteville, GA USA
Atlanta

Damaris Drummond
Essex Junction, VT USA
MANNEQUIN CRIME SCENE

daniel bowman ashe
plano, texas USA

INDUSTRY ABANDONED

daniel bowman ashe
plano, texas USA
Abandoned IV

David Quinn
Setauket, NY USA
Abandoned V

David Quinn
Setauket, NY USA

Implosion

David Sanders
Tulsa, OK USA
Got Milk

Dennis Staffne
Marquette, MI USA
MY ROOM

Edward L. Rubin
Los Angeles, CA USA

Home

Edward L. Rubin
Los Angeles, CA USA
Museum Pieces

Eric Johnson
Westford, VT USA
If Doors Could Talk

Fritzi Newton
Fredericksburg, Virginia USA

Family Does Laundry

Gary Mitchell
Dayton, Ohio USA
They Wrangle Through the Night

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Bombe

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Oz

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Untitled #6 (Near Heubrücke, Nürnberg, Bavaria)

Hans Gindlesberger
Blacksburg, VA USA
Barber Chair

Harry Sandler
Mount Vernon, NY USA

bal masque

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Frida found

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
All The Stage Is A Stage

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA

Day in September

Jennifer Hall
Ligonier, IN USA
Salton Sea Shower Tank

Jim Kohatsu
Long Beach, CA USA
All Natural

Jordan Douglas
Jericho, VT USA

Reflections

Joyce Harman
Flint Hill, VA USA
Cupboard

Justin Barton
LONDON, UK
Mantelpiece

Justin Barton
LONDON, UK

Between the Lines (no. 10)

Kris Sanford
Mt. Pleasant, MI USA
Still

Kristin Reeves
Murray, KY USA
"Mouse Attack"

Leblanc Pierre
MONTREUIL, FRANCE

Found Ms. Red

Len Speier
New York, NY USA
Horse

Linda Wilson
South Bend, IN USA
Andrew's Boys

Liza Hennessey Botkin
Studio City, CA USA

Echo

Lora Mancini
Shaftsbury, VT USA
The Other Hospital

Lora Mancini
Shaftsbury, VT USA
Lost And For Sale

Michael Gora
Boca Raton, Florida USA

Abandoned

Michael ONeil
New Bedford, MA USA
Forgotten

Norma McGehee Woodward
Fredericksburg, VA USA
Caught

Norma McGehee Woodward
Fredericksburg, VA USA

Arched

Olivier Du Tré
Cochrane, Alberta Canada
Desert Garden. Abandoned Bedouin Graveyard, Sahara Desert.

Ross Laurence Anderson
Minneapolis, MN USA
Annie Julia, or Life After Death

Roz Leibowitz
New York, NY USA

Alcatraz Ruins with Gull

Sherry Stephens
Wellington, FL USA
There Was a Time

Steven Shepard
Williston, VT USA
Washington Park, Burns, OR

William Rugen
Seattle, WA USA

Holbrook, AZ

William Rugen
Seattle, WA USA
Commercial Casino, Elko, NV

William Rugen
Seattle, WA USA
Afterimage

wilson hurst
warrensburg, missouri USA

Piece

Yosuke Terada
Rego Park, NY USA


All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.

Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, a free exhibition catalog, free entry into a future exhibition, and a $300 USD scholarship to be used in admittance to The New England Institute of Professional Photography Annual Session in Hyannis, MA USA.

People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.

We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.


Juror: Davy Rothbart

Davy Rothbart is the creator of Found Magazine, a publication dedicated to discarded notes, letters, flyers, photos, lists, and drawings found and sent in by readers. The magazine spawned a best-selling book, Found: The Best Lost, Tossed, and Forgotten Items from Around the World, published in April 2004. A second collection was published in May 2006, a third in May 2009. The magazine is published annually and has a worldwide following, it's online blog is updated daily.
 
Rothbart is a frequent contributor to This American Life, and author of My Heart Is An Idiot, a book of personal essays, and the story collection The Lone Surfer of Montana, Kansas. He writes regularly for GQ and Grantland, and his work also appears in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Believer. He is also the founder of Washington II Washington, an annual outdoor adventure for inner-city kids. Rothbart lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Los Angeles, California.
 
Found Magazine:
 
My Heart is an Idiot:
 
This American Life:
 
Washington II Washington:

 

EXHIBIT Closed on May 26th 2013

Juror: Benjamin Von Wong

Juror's Choice: "Water Lilly" by Jack Long Grafton, WI USA

Magic that is channeled in a single shot, a recalibration of reality, be the clever and cunning illusionist behind the lens.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:2 May 13
Artists' Reception:5 May 13 16:30
Exhibit Closes:26 May 13
Trick of the Eye
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Optical illusions conjured by a variance of processes; from physically meticulous studio setups, to spontaneously captured works of luck, and ones hugely composed in post. Manipulate our perceptions with flourish. Deal with foreshortening, vanishing points, sandwiching negatives or the unique mash up of subjects.  Employ sleight of hand use of color and composition that begs us to ask the question,"How ever did they do that?"

Juror's Statement:

All images should have a purpose - whether it is to tell a story, convey to the viewer an emotion, or to capture a moment of perfection. These are the things that speak to me and how I made my selection. It was a tough decision overall but I was happy to discover some great new works.

Thank you all :)

Benjamin Von Wong


Water Lilly
Juror's Choice

Jack Long
Grafton, WI USA
"1%". Paris. 2009
Honorable Mention

Alexey Krupin
Moscow, Russia
Obscenity in Pink
Honorable Mention

Anick Morel
Montreal, Quebec Canada

Parallels no. 13
Honorable Mention

Eric A. Bailey
Boxborough, Massachusetts USA
Weltzeituhr
Honorable Mention

Frank Machalowski
Berlin, Germany
Moby Dick
People's Choice

Corey Rondeau
Burlington, VT USA

Avenue de Verdun, 12. Nice, France. 2010

Alexey Krupin
Moscow, Russia
Pantheon. Rome. 2011

Alexey Krupin
Moscow, Russia
Seeing The Unseen

Andrew Kufahl
Menasha, WI USA

Guess I'm really not the type, that likes to say goodbye...

Andrew Kufahl
Menasha, WI USA
To Meet In Nightly Dreams...

Andrew Kufahl
Menasha, WI USA
Underwater Sunshine

Andrew Kufahl
Menasha, WI USA

The last time he said goodnight, was also his goodbye...

Andrew Kufahl
Menasha, WI USA
The Flight

Anick Morel
Montreal, Quebec Canada
Nebulea 1

Anick Morel
Montreal, Quebec Canada

Flower Explosion

Boris Kotlyar
Saint-Petersburg, RU Russia
Multiple Entendre

Carl Rubino
Wilmington, New York United States
The Iceman Cometh

Carol McCord
Niskayuna, NY USA

Resurgence

Carol McCord
Niskayuna, NY USA
Final Approach

Charles Laurier Dufour
Belfast, ME USA
Orionid's Kiss

Corey Rondeau
Burlington, VT USA

Schauspielhaus

Frank Machalowski
Berlin, Germany
Alte Nationalgalerie

Frank Machalowski
Berlin, Germany
Deutsches Historisches Museum

Frank Machalowski
Berlin, Germany

For So Long

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Mirage

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Surrender Dorothy

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Misty Morning

George Hamlin
Fairfax, Virginia USA
all the worlds a stage
SOLD

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Stove Pipe

Jack Long
Grafton, WI USA

Silver Swamp II

Jack Long
Grafton, WI USA
Moonlight on Miyuki

Jim Kohatsu
Long Beach, CA USA
Resurgam

Jim Kohatsu
Long Beach, CA USA

Ascension

Jim Kohatsu
Long Beach, CA USA
"Pig #2"

John Singletary
Philadelphia, PA USA
"The Dance of Hades"

John Singletary
Philadelphia, PA USA

Undersides #5

Ken Moran
Providence, RI USA
Seattle Montage #8

Ken Moran
Providence, RI USA
Stairway To Heaven

Kristofferson Brice
Montréal, Québec Canada

Into The Void

Lora Mancini
Shaftsbury, VT USA
The Moon Pours In

Marc Ward
Dandridge, TN USA
The Door on the Right

Marc Ward
Dandridge, TN USA

Shipbuilding #04

Mark Stetler
Brooklyn, NY USA
Shipbuilding #03

Mark Stetler
Brooklyn, NY USA
Shipbuilding #01

Mark Stetler
Brooklyn, NY USA

Out for a Ride

Sandra McMartin-Fiedler
Mission, British Columbia Canada
In Search of the Smith Building

Sandra McMartin-Fiedler
Mission, British Columbia Canada
Frames 2

Sultana Raza
Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Frames 1

Sultana Raza
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Ocean Ova No. 9

William Goodwin
Birmingham, AL USA


  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, a free exhibition catalog and digital downloads of  SLR Lounge Lightroom Workshop ($189) and SLR Lounge HDR DVD ($129).
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition.
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

Juror's Choice winner will be awarded these digital downloads
Courtesy of
slrlounge.com

Lightroom 4
&    HDR
(Over $300 in Value)

Juror: Benjamin Von Wong

“Sounds Impossible, Let’s do it”

 

Coming from the Web 2.0 generation, Von Wong maximizes his utilization of the social networks to gather passionate individuals that volunteer to participate and collaborate in his projects. He has also launched his first international collaboration “Von Wong does Europe” crowd-funded by fans and friends with the help of numerous social networks. This project has allowed him to collaborate with a variety of artists throughout Europe such as Pyrotechnicians, Underwater film crews and Paraplegic Olympic athletes.

 

His photographs, articles, as well as many of his Behind the Scene photos and videos can be found on Facebook, flickr, 500px, Youtube as well as numerous social blogs such as DIYPhotography, Petapixel, Fstoppers, SlrLounge, Prophoto, B&H Photo.

 

www.vonwong.com

 

EXHIBIT Closed on April 28th 2013

Juror: Allen Birnbach

Director's Choice "Nude 020" by Peter Bajzek

The undulating landscape of the human form is one of the most variable in nature.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:4 April 13
Artists' Reception:21 April 13 17:30
Exhibit Closes:28 April 13
SKIN
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

With so many sizes, shapes, textures, and tones, our subject matter is endlessly inspiring. How we see, interpret, re-define, and then represent the figure in our photographic work is as diverse as the individuals we celebrate. Show us the Bodies you’ve portrayed through your photographic eye.

 

Juror's Statement:

My first impression as I did my quick overview was the breadth of styles in the submissions.  And the high level of technique brought to bear in the images.  The result was several extended editing sessions poring over the concepts and great craft participants exhibited in their work.  In the end it was difficult to narrow the field down to a cohesive show, and I felt honored to have been involved in the judging.

 

Notable was what was not included.  Interesting diptychs, tributes to Kertesz, Mondrian and Japanese printmaking, wonderful self-portraits and playful juxtaposition of the figure in unique environments.  In the end, many well-conceived images were not included because they fell short in composition or technique but the creative process behind the work was truly impressive.

 

Congratulations to all who submitted.

Allen Birnbach

(Allen selected five "Honorable Mention" images, but he didn't feel comfortable choosing a "Juror's Choice" overall. We selected a "Director's Choice" from those five images. Congrats to Peter Bajzek!)


Nude no. 20
Juror's Choice

Peter Bajzek
Middleton, WI USA
Fallen
Honorable Mention

Billy Monday
Frederick, MD USA
Joanna Recumbent
Honorable Mention

Brett Henrikson
providence, ri USA

Queen of Sheba
Honorable Mention

Ludwig Desmet
Ronse, Belgium
Gray Area_SelfPortraiture
Honorable Mention

Paris Carter
Clermont, FL USA
small, smaller, smallest
People's Choice

Caitlin Jean
Burlington, VT USA

A Few Small Repairs
People's Choice

Melissa T. Hall
Lexington, KY USA
Upended

Aaron Kennison
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA) USA
Nude Aloft

Andrew H Miller
Fort Myers, FL USA

Summertime Encounter

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Expecting

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Inspired by the Sculpture of Gaston LaChaise

Billy Monday
Frederick, MD USA

Apollo

Bob Burkhardt
Atlanta, GA USA
Julianne - Gaze

Brett Henrikson
providence, ri USA
Enigma

Brittney Cathey-Adams
Santa Cruz, California United States

The Fringe

Brock Bill
Stowe, VT USA
Drip

Charles Laurier Dufour
Belfast, ME USA
untitled

Clement Yonkers
St. Albans, VT USA

Ash Cave

Dave Levingston
Springfield, Ohio USA
Untitled Nude, 2006, #1

Dave Rudin
Brooklyn, NY USA
Kamsya

Dok Wright
Burlington, VT USA

Sirens' Cave

Don McCunn
San Francisco, CA USA
Affinity

durga Garcia
Williston, SC USA
sea of sin

Eddie Bragard (think tank ART)
Koblenz, Germany

tropic of cancer

Elle Hanley
Seattle, Washington USA
Wood Nymph

Emmy Walden Fox
Barnard, VT USA
Untitled from "Life Sciences" series

Eran Gilat
Rohovot, Israel

Weston Desk

Harper Parson-Grey
Houston, USA
Nude #1

Hope Kahn
Cherry Hill, NJ USA
Humanscape

irina dumitrascu magurean
cluj, transylvania romania

Humanscape

irina dumitrascu magurean
cluj, transylvania romania
In the Fullness of Time

James Atherton
Boulder, Colorado USA
Up In Smoke

Jason "Devilish" Renek
Burien, Washington United States

Self Reservation

Jennifer Bondy
New Boston, Michigan USA
Shower Mom

Jennifer Edgerton
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina USA
Restrained desires

José M. Gómez-Ros
Madrid, Madrid Spain

Beyond

José M. Gómez-Ros
Madrid, Madrid Spain
Back of Mud

Karen Cortes
Doral, Florida USA
Chair

Ken Beach
Chicago, IL USA

Overlook Hill

Ken Van Dyne
Cincinnati, OH USA
Breastscape In Blue

Ken Van Dyne
Cincinnati, OH USA
Homage- Adolph Gottlieb

LeAndra LeSeur
Lilburn, GA USA

Joyce

Lee Fearnside
Luckey, OH USA
just that

MAG
jerusalem, israel
Reminder

Mariana Bartolomeo
Tucson, AZ USA

Woman In Enchanted Forest

Mark Mason
Ocean Ridge, FL. USA
Lady Victoria

Michael Berkowitz
Kew Gardens, NY USA
Evie's Tree

Michael Pannier
Greenville, SC USA

memories of the old bathroom

Nicole Schwartz
Medford, New Jersey USA
Lattice_SelfPortraiture

Paris Carter
Clermont, FL USA
Tulips

Pat Berrett
Albuquerque, NM USA

flash

Patricia Pastore
London, London United Kingdom
Spiral

Peter Janecke
Seabrook, Tx USA
Geisha

Randy Persinger
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA USA

Weighted Flight

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA
UNTITLED
SOLD

Ron Testa
Wilmette, IL USA
A European Vacation Gets Off To A Good Start

Sally Canzoneri
Washington, DC USA

Serenity

Sandra McMartin-Fiedler
Mission, British Columbia Canada
skin in motion

Sara Dolley
GRANADA HILLS, California USA
Talc

scott nichol
Allentown, PA USA

Alice

Sharon Harris
Laurel Springs, NJ USA
curves

Sharon Kain
Draper, UT USA
Jade

Ted West
Oklahoma City, OK USA

Death to America

Ted West
Oklahoma City, OK USA
Maternal

TinaMarie Jaehnert
Poughkeepsie, NY USA

Juror: Allen Birnbach

Allen Birnbach has worked as a Photographer for over 30 years; from product to non-profit, hospitality to finance and to the performing arts, he has found great success in commercial Photography. His clarity of vision as a professional Photographer flows through his portraiture, lifestyle, landscape and dance portfolios, as well. The breadth of these achievements may be viewed at www.allenbirnbach.com. Birnbach’s body of work represents much more than commercial. Begin by viewing his fine art photography on www.birnbachimages.com, then visit www.birnbachfigureworks.com for extraordinary examples of the fine art nude. There is boundless visual motivation for your own submission to Body, in the galleries on FigureWorks.

Birnbach imparts his photographic skills as a lecturer and instructor at The Santa Fe Workshops, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Focus on Nature in Iceland, The Anderson Ranch, and through his own private workshops, NudePhotoWorkshops.com. You’ll find a fantastic blog on his take of photographic education at http://allenbirnbach.squarespace.com/


  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition and a free exhibition catalog.
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition.
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

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