I try to do a couple of photography exhibitions a year. I missed one call for entry that I did last year around this time because I did not receive any information about it, oh well. I did manage to get a couple of photographs printed, matted and framed for the Lawrence Street Gallery's Exposures 2016 Exhibition. I have submitted photographs to this exhibition for the last few years and each time I have has at least one accepted. This year I submitted two photographs and both were accepted.
The first is a monochrome print of the inside of an old rotary phone. I took this while working on my rotary telephone project. I made this photograph with my Canon 6D. The lens I used was my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8. The settings were ISO 100, 1/50 sec, f/5.6. The photograph was processed using Photoshop CC and converted to monochrome using NIK’s Silver Efex.
The second is a color print of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I took this while my wife and I were on vacation last year in Pennsylvania. I made this photograph with my Canon 6D. The lens I used was my Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L. The settings were ISO 400, f/6.3, 58mm. The photograph is a three exposure HDR processed using Photoshop CC and NIK’s HDR Efex.
If you are out in the Ferndale, Michigan area stop by and see the exhibition at the Lawrence Street Gallery. It runs now through April 29, 2016.
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