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Night Light

Exhibit Open April 19th thru May 13th

Artist's Reception on May 4th 5-7PM Juror Linda Rutenberg will be attending.
Linda will be giving a seminar on Saturday May 5thDetails here.

Juror's Choice:Vision Quest Site by Val Brinkerhoff - Elk Ridge, UT USA

Night photography reveals a world that we do not consciously see and offers photographers unique creative opportunities. {sharethis}

Exhibit Calendar (subject to change)
Check-in Due
5-Apr-12
Work Receipt Deadline
16-Apr-12
Exhibit Opens
19-Apr-12
Artists Reception
4-May-12 5-7PM
Exhibit Closes
13-May-12
Night Light Exhibit catalog

Night Light Exhibit Catalog
now available at VioVIo

Night and day, dark and light - one implies the absence of the other.  But like yin yang, each has a bit of the other. The surprising thing to first time night photographers is how their images reveal things that the mind's eye does not see.  Different light sources reveal their true colors. Compared to daylight, directed and weaker light creates drama, contrast, mystery and mood. The dynamic range of light at night tends to be more in line with our tools abilities. Of course there are technical challenges with shooting in low light, but also tremendous creative opportunities. That's what we want to show with this exhibit. Do you work with existing light - or do you introduce your own? Maybe you paint with light emitting light brushes. How have you approached shooting at night to express your vision? We want to see.

Juror: Linda Rutenberg

Juror's Statement:

It was very exciting reviewing the submissions for the contest.. They were varied, experimental in nature and people used their imaginations and tried different approaches. Some were very long exposures where we could see the movement of the stars, there was a lot of light painting, double exposures and then thoughtful and compositionally interesting night shots…

I think if there is one comment that I can make it would be that one must consider the composition.. I think a lot of people are just thrilled to get a good exposure and forget about the focus and the composition.. However, those two elements make the different e between the good shots and the great ones….

Linda Rutenberg




Juror's Choice

Val Brinkerhoff
Elk Ridge, UT USA

Honorable Mention

Jean Remy Davée Guimarães
Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil

Honorable Mention

Jorge de la Torriente
Miami, FL USA


People's Choice

Lou Borie
Richmond, VT USA


Adam Paul Verity
Lincoln, Lincolnshire UK


Adam Paul Verity
Lincoln, Lincolnshire UK



Ajay Malghan
Laytonsville, MD USA


Andrew Merlino
San Francisco, CA USA


Anita Licis-Ribak
Amherst, MA USA



Ashly Covington
Mechanicsville, VA USA


Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA


Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA



Billy Macrae
London, Greater London UK


Brandon Soder
Santa Fe, NM USA


Brendan Eaton
Montpelier, VT USA



Brendan Eaton
Montpelier, VT USA


Carrie-Anne Gonzalez
East Northport, NY USA


Corey Rondeau
Burlington, VT USA



CS Lee
Kuala Kurau, Perak Malaysia


Dan Squires
Arlington, MA USA


Daniel Baird-Miller
Somerville, MA USA



Diego Meek-Fernandez
Mesa, AZ USA


Diego Meek-Fernandez
Mesa, AZ USA


Dottie Campbell
Baltimore, Maryland USA



durga Garcia
West Palm Beach, FL USA


Elisabeth Pollaert Smith
Larchmont, NY USA


Evgeny Vasenev
Sunnyvale, CA USA



Fabian Freese
42553 Velbert, NRW Germany


Gary Zuercher
Washington, DC USA


Geoffrey Agrons
Kensington, CA USA



Hautcoeur Julien
Gatineau, Québec Canada


J. K. Lavin
Venice, CA USA


JEAN-MICHEL LABERGE
MONTREAL, QUÉBEC CANADA



JEAN-MICHEL LABERGE
MONTREAL, QUÉBEC CANADA


Jeff McCrum
Belleville, NJ USA


Jeff McCrum
Belleville, NJ USA



Jeff McCrum
Belleville, NJ USA


Jorge de la Torriente
Miami, FL USA


Katherine Moxhet
South Burlington, VT USA



Kevin Green
Charleston, IL USA


Lance Keimig Photographics
Pembroke, MA USA


Laurent Aapro
Genève, Switzerland



Laurent Aapro
Genève, Switzerland


mark french
ellesmere port, cheshire uk


Myron Freeman
Cambridge, MA USA



Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA


Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA


Paul Sisson
Broomfield, CO USA



Robert Hecht
San Rafael, CA USA


Russ Hartung
Morrisonville, NY USA


Sergio Dennis
Torrance, CA USA



Sergio Dennis
Torrance, CA USA


Spitznagel Carmen
Sandberg-Waldberg, Germany


Stephanie Nutt
Oregon, WI USA



Teresa Hernández
Sand Lake, MI USA


Val Brinkerhoff
Elk Ridge, UT USA


William Harper
Evanston, IL USA



William Horton
Boulder, CO USA


wilson hurst
warrensburg, missouri USA


Yoong Wah Alex Wong
Istanbul, Turkey


Juror: Linda Rutenberg

Linda Rutenberg, a Montreal-born native, who has been a photographer for 30 years. Her MFA in Photography is from Concordia University. She's taught photography and worked as a freelance photographer for thirty years. Her fine art work has been exhibited internationally. She has produced several series:- Urban Visions, Sacred Sites, Terre Caliente, One Island - Many Cities, Mont Royal - A World Apart, The Spiritual Landscape and is presently working on a nocturnal garden series.

Linda has become particularly known for her striking images of flowers taken at night, revealed in a series of books, starting with The Garden at Night: Private Views of Public Edens (2007),After Midnight (2008)and The English Garden at Night (2009).

We're fortunate to have a dedicated to the night photographer serving as juror for Night Light.

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