This is the first in a series of free photography contests promoted by Digital Photography Workflow Basics (DPWB). Each contest will run for six weeks and is judged 2 weeks after the closing date. Not only will there be the glory of winning but there is the opportunity to win a great prize!
This first contest has an open theme and so the scope for you to exercise your creativity is wide and varied.
Photography has the power to make the audience feel what is was like to be there at the time the image was made.
Let's see your passion for this beautiful medium shine through!
About a decade ago, this was the tool that made the light come on for DPWB with regard to digital color...
In Color Management tutorials, perhaps you've seen the 3D graphs of ICC profiles?
Well, they're simply screen grabs from the software. However, in action, you will find this is a truly beautiful application with a host of features including the mapping of ICC profiles in glorious, interactive 3D.
This is a tool DPWB use constantly, both in our day-to-day work and in the lectures we give to students and industry peers.
Huge thanks go to Chromix for their generous sponsorship of DWPB's very first Photography Contest.
The closing date for the latest competition is 15th June 2011 and for further information please visit the competition website.
Competitions which meet all the standards set out in the Bill of Rights For Artists do not do any of the following -
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