Color it red
Through the New Ground Matrix Fine Art Gallery in Albuquerque's Nob Hill area, I found an extremely helpful photography blog site - Red Dog News. Tim Anderson of Cygnet Press brings together photography news and techniques, as well as product and contest news on a regular basis. This is one of the most helpful blogs I have seen, and therein recently discovered the Color It Red photography contest. Early entry deadline is 15 December, but entries can be submitted until 15 January. I like the idea of this contest, not only because red is such a force of nature, but also because photographers can enter as many as 10 images for a reasonable price. It is a way to get your work seen by judges, and to see the kinds of work photographers are doing. My work may be a little too traditional but I will put ten images forward regardless. I would appreciate your opinions about the photographs in today's blog - strengths, weaknesses, excitement, boredom. That would help me decide which images to submit. And if you are a photographer, I would encourage you to enter Color It Red as well.
We literally walked by and then did a double take look at this kitchen on the island Santorini, attracted by the touch of red on the edge.
A door in the Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California
Member of the wedding, waiting
I appreciate your input on this, and always enjoy your comments. The weather and angle of the sun are perfect for early winter shooting, so as friend and fellow photographer Diane DiRoberto used to say "Get out there!"
until next Monday,
a passion for the image@
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Tango leg, no doubt. Makes me want to take up Tango.
I agree with others that the Tango Leg is superb! The lighting is great!
The tango leg and ingenious placement of the rose ...coupled with the lighting on the stairs? You've captured the definite Shock-and-WOW factor of red!
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