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Juror: Krista RossowDeadline: September 10, 2018Exhibition prints deadline: October 25, 2018Gallery exhibition: November 7 - December 8, 2018
Photographing in a new place offers wonderful photographic opportunities and challenges, and they are not all visual. Each place has its own smells, sounds, and ambience, whether amid energy of a city or the serenity of a mountain lake. Capturing the particular aura of a place and of those who inhabit it is the great challenge of travel photography. For Travel: Faces and Places, we especially seek photographs that capture the unique quality of a place or its people, whether across the world or in the next town.
We are very pleased that Krista Rossow will be jurying and curating this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery Annex. The recipients of the Juror’s Award and the Director’s Award will each be entitled to a personal portfolio review by Ms. Rossow.
See Krista Rossow’s website here.
Krista Rossow is a freelance travel photographer and photo editor based near Eugene, Oregon. She began her career as a photo editor at National Geographic Traveler magazine where she shaped compelling stories from world-class imagery.
Now, as a contributing photographer to Traveler magazine, she has shot stories in New Orleans, San Francisco, South Africa, Costa Rica, Asheville, New Zealand, and Japan. She regularly judges Instagram contests for @NatGeoTravel and has photo edited multiple books for National Geographic.
Krista frequently travels with National Geographic Expeditions, teaching photography as an Expert in the Galapagos Islands, Peru and Chile, the Arctic, Alaska, British Columbia, Morocco, Yellowstone, and Antarctica. Krista also teaches at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and in private workshops. She sees the camera as a tool for understanding new cultures, meeting locals, and exploring the natural world. See Krista’s work at on her website or follow her on social media @KristaRossow.