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Juror: Jordan Douglas
What makes your photography unique and different from others? What techniques or approaches energize your work?
Part of the growth and development of any artist is to develop a personal style that is uniquely their own. Style may include subject, perspective, composition, depth of field, lighting, post production treatment (darkroom or digital) and printing.
|Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)|
|Exhibit Opens:||22 November 12|
|Artists' Reception:||2 December 12 15:00|
|Exhibit Closes:||9 December 12|
|Personal Style: VT High School Photography Student Exhibit|
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto
“Placed between the eye of the photographer and the world, the camera reveals both man and the outside world.” Lisette Model
The images chosen for this exhibition were those that demonstrated both control of the medium and a sense of individual creativity. Some reveal an expressive instant or subject; some were produced with deliberation and intention; and some gained creativity through the translations of editing or printing.
In assessing “personal style,” I selected images that were less common, or expected, and those where the photographer’s distinct vision was made visible.
It was my pleasure to share in the endeavors of these rising young photographers.
Thank you and enjoy!
|The Time of Our Lives|
|Motions of a Layered Mind|
|Silo Silhouette |
|Fresh Tracks |
|Wings of Delicacy |
|Out of the Darkness |
|Self Portrait 307|
|Dancing in the Light|
|Hanging by a Thread|
Juror: Jordan Douglas
Jordan Douglas has been an adjunct professor of Fine Arts at Saint Michael’s College since January of 2004. He is also currently an adjunct professor of photography at Burlington's Champlain College. Teaching is nothing new for Douglas, his father was an art professor so leading a class always came naturally. He has taught drawing and photography through out Vermont at Burlington High School, Burlington City Arts, the Springhouse School of the Arts, and at Artspace. Douglas received his B.A. in Studio Art at the University of Vermont and has been involved in the art world ever since. He has had exhibitions throughout Vermont, in places such as Burlington, Shelburne, Waitsfield, and Rutland. Art has always been a part of Douglas’s life and that interest soon grew into a love for photography. Although photography is the focus of his career, he still remains creatively involved in both painting and drawing and often combines the artistic forms in his works, blurring the lines between what is created and what is real. Current projects: Jordan is recontextualzing found antique photographs using alternative analog techniques.
Our normal rules are modified as follows:
- This exhibit is open to Vermont High School Students only. Please specify your school in the comment field of your entry;
- Until September 26th entry is free!; From Sember 27th thru October 10th entry is $5.00; From October 11th thru October 24th Entry is $10.00.
- You can change your entry images right up till the final deadline.
- Juror's Choice, Honorable Mentions, and People's Choice will each get a free fotovisura account to start building their portfolio
- Juror's Choice receives a 20x35" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image.
- All selected entries are included in a full color exhibit catalog.
- All submissions are limited to 4 images or less;
- We depend heavily on email - make sure your registered email address will receive email from us.
- We are assuming most entrants into this competition are minors and are doing so with the permission of your parent or guardian. Entering without permission may result in disqualification.
- It is up to each selected student to produce their own prints. PhotoGarden, is offering a 50% discount on prints for this exhibit only. Print out and bring your selection notification email with you when you you pick up your prints to get the special rate;
- For selected works we do offer free framing and matting for the duration of the exhibition but prints must conform to our standard sizes, or you may provide already framed work.
- Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.