Juror: Linda Rutenberg
Night photography reveals a world that we do not consciously see and offers photographers unique creative opportunities.
|Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)|
|Exhibit Opens:||19 April 12|
|Artists' Reception:||22 April 12 00:00|
|Exhibit Closes:||13 May 12|
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto
We want to see.
It was very exciting reviewing the submissions for the contest.. They were varied, experimental in nature and people used their imaginations and tried different approaches. Some were very long exposures where we could see the movement of the stars, there was a lot of light painting, double exposures and then thoughtful and compositionally interesting night shots…
I think if there is one comment that I can make it would be that one must consider the composition.. I think a lot of people are just thrilled to get a good exposure and forget about the focus and the composition.. However, those two elements make the different e between the good shots and the great ones….
|Vision Quest Site|
|Manarola, Cinque Terre|
|Passing Through 7|
|Before And After|
|Self-Portrait in Minneapolis|
|Old-Fashioned New England Winter|
|In a night-club. London, UK. 2012 |
|Gregory Lopez park 10:45p.m|
|North Franklin (whacked)|
|Myanmar, Yangon Twins|
|Abandoned in Darkness|
|Traveling Night Light|
|Pont de Bir Hakeim at Night - Paris|
|Montréal and the snow|
|Full Moon Soliloquy, Venice, CA 2011 3/15|
|Reflections of a dream/ Venice canal behind Fenice|
|Celestial harp / elevation of soul and transfigura|
|East Boston Dreams|
|What Glitters is Gold|
|Night Skate 9023|
|Hong Kong Night|
|Cool Winters Night 01|
|Crossing the Street|
|Pont Neuf, Paris, 1999|
|Saranac River in Moonlight|
|Bombay Beach, Salton Sea.|
|late night visitor|
|All Worn Out|
|Nightfall Comes to Cusco #2: The Overpass|
|Jakob and the Whitetails|
|Rhythm in Blues|
|Spirits of Water|
Juror: Linda Rutenberg
Linda Rutenberg, a Montreal-born native, who has been a photographer for 30 years. Her MFA in Photography is from Concordia University. She's taught photography and worked as a freelance photographer for thirty years. Her fine art work has been exhibited internationally. She has produced several series:- Urban Visions, Sacred Sites, Terre Caliente, One Island - Many Cities, Mont Royal - A World Apart, The Spiritual Landscape and is presently working on a nocturnal garden series.
Linda has become particularly known for her striking images of flowers taken at night, revealed in a series of books, starting with The Garden at Night: Private Views of Public Edens (2007),After Midnight (2008)and The English Garden at Night (2009).
We're fortunate to have a dedicated to the night photographer serving as juror for Night Light.