|Theme||Hand in date||Judging date||Judge|
|The Great Welsh Outdoors||10th November 2021||24th October 2021||TBC|
|Monochrome||8th December 2021||5th January 2022||TBC|
|Framed||12th January 2022||26thJanuary 2022||TBC|
|Shadows||9th February 2022||23rd February 2022||TBC|
|Threes||16th March 2022||30th March 2022||TBC|
|Open||6th April 2022||20th April 2022||TBC|
THE GREAT WELSH OUTDOORS
Wales is a beautiful country so lets showcase it with the best of the great welsh outdoors. Your images can be colour or monochrome, all we ask that they are taken in the great outdoors of Wales.
Taking the colour palette out of your photographs really makes you think about composition and lighting, make the best monochrome images you can for this competition. Your images should be black and white or varying tones of a single colour like the exapmles below.
Use an element to frame your subject matter within a frame. Shoot through a window, a door, an archway etc etc. See the examples below.
Shadows in photography can be used in a creative way or to add drama to an image. Using natural light or electronic light / flash create something special. See examples below.
Three is the magic number here, make the number 3 prominent within your image. 3 of the same subject, 3 different subjects, 3 elements with in the image or even a triptych if you wish, see examples below
This final round is usually where the certificates are won and lost. Use all your skills to create the very best images you can. Your images can be in colour or monochroms and can feature any subject mater you like.