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Deadline for submissions: Jul 18, 2022
Juror: Jeff Curto
Prints due: Aug 15, 2022
Exhibition: August 25 - September 23, 2022

Call for entries

Whenever color appears in a photograph, color becomes an essential element of the image. When used well, color can coalesce with the other elements of the image to create an atmosphere, an emotional response, a sense of place. When bold color is used in bold ways, the result becomes a celebration of light.

For this exhibit, we seek images that effectively use color, whether to enhance the image in subtle ways, or to create a bold color statement that is the centerpiece of the image. All capture methods and processes are welcome.

We are very pleased that Jeff Curto will be jurying and curating this exhibition. He will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 40 for our Online Gallery. All 75 selected images will be reproduced in the exhibition print catalog and remain permanently on our website, with links to photographer’s URL. 

Submission: $39 for 5 images, $6 each additional 

How to submit your images
Information about our printing service and free matting and framing here.

Banner image:  Jeff Seltzer
Home page thumbnail:   Doug Johnson
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Doug Johnson
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Cynthia Dickinson
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Sally Harris

About the juror

Jeff Curto is Professor Emeritus of Photography at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, where he taught for 30 years. He was awarded a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1981 and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Bennington College in 1983. He had the good fortune to attend Ansel Adams’ last workshop in Carmel, California in 1983. Inspired by that workshop and the potential for learning the workshop environment, in 2009, he began leading annual photography workshops in Italy.

An early adopter of podcasting as a form of instruction and communication, Curto recorded his History of Photography class sessions for online use. His Camera Position podcast, which discusses photography’s creative aspects, can be also be found online.


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