“Wet Weather” Photography Exhibition
Washing away the snow and grime of winter, April’s showers do indeed bring May’s flowers. Whether gloomy or relaxing, rainy atmosphere elicits an emotional response. Distorting the world through reflections, splatters, and color shifts, rain can transform our surroundings in ways both magical and disastrous. From spring drizzles and fleeting summer thunderstorms to treacherous hurricanes and monsoons, Don’t Take Pictures seeks photographs that explore the regenerative and destructive powers of precipitation.
Wet Weather will be published online from May 27 – August 25
Image requirements: 72 dpi; sRGB; JPEG format; No less than 1024 pixels and no more than 1500 pixels on the longest side.
Submission of digital photographs by email, up to 3 images.