in the outdoors
Before I became a
professional photographer, I found that the best
way to improve my skills was by doing. Books and
theory were all great but self-assignments gave
me a chance to push my limits and stretch my imagination.
We thought that bringing self-assignments to Outdoor
Adventure Canada would be fun.
To make it fair there
will be two divisionsone for hobbyists and
one for professionals. No prizes
rights and a chance to show off your work.
- The Essence of Fall
Now that summer has ended and fall is upon us,
your photographic self-assignment is to take a
creative outdoor photo that illustrates the essense
of fall. Think outside the box a little and have
fun with it.
1.) you must have taken the photo yourself
2.) you may submit more than one entry
3.) the photo must be sent in jpeg format (see
4.) the photo cannot be larger than 700 x 700
pixels and 1.4 MB
5.) Panoramic photos must not exceed 700 pixels
on the longest side
6.) do not place any text or watermark on the
7.) by submitting your photo and entering the
contest you are giving outdooradventurecanada.com
permission to publish your photo on our website
with credit to you as the photographer. You retain
all rights to the photos you submit.
8.) the photos must be related to the outdoors
or outdoor adventure in some way
Submit the information
below to email@example.com
with your photograph attached. Please send one
email per photograph.
Website URL (if you have one)
Hobbyist or Professional
Camera Make and Model
Lens make and focal length
If and how the photograph was manipulated digitally
The location of the shot
The outdoor activity were you participating in
The story behind the photograph (if there is one)
We will show images
from each category that we feel are exceptional.
Images will be accepted until December 30, 2012.
by Laurie March