Narrative and Storytelling Photo Exhibition
Theme: Narrative and Storytelling
Narrative and story telling is at the heart of many photographs. Photographers create descriptive, complex and dramatic visual moments that represent the construction of narrative storytelling. Narrative photography is often open ended stories, dealing with issues and events of context, character and mystery. It is also the storytelling of people, places, objects and experiences, real or imagined, fictitious or factual. Is it the eye of the beholder, the flash of the camera bulb, the mirror in the prism, or the illusion of visual reality that creates meaningful and resonating photographs?
Juror: Cris Moss
- Exhibition in Black Box Gallery, Portland Oregon (November 1-21, 2012)
- Black Box will provide all framing, matting and printing for our exhibitions.
Submission of digital images by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Image requirements: Jpeg format; 1024 pixels on the longest side at 72 DPI, 2MB or less each (saved). The photographers who are selected into the exhibition will provide a high resolution Tiff file for our gallery to print for the exhibition.