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Camera Obscura Gallery

The Art of Photography Today 2

The Camera Obscura Gallery presents the second annual fine art photography
competition, The Art of Photography Today 2. The exhibition runs from December 10, 2010 through February 5, 2011, with an artist and public reception from 5 to 9 PM on Friday, December 10. The gallery is located at 1309 Bannock Street in Denver, across from Denver Art Museum. 303.623.4059

We were gratified with the response from 231 photographers from six countries, entering 923 images in four categories: Abstract & Experimental, Landscape & Nature, People, and Urban & Architecture.

The art of photography has seen tremendous change in the last few decades.
The increasing presence of digital imaging has added new dimension to creative exploration and technical excellence.

Entrants to The Art Of Photography Today 2 ranged from novice to pro, creating a broad spectrum of distinctive work. The jurors, Hal Gould and Loretta Young-Gautier, selected 96 photographs by 81 artists from 11 different US states to represent this diverse variety of technique and style (including 3 works [most selected from one artist] by RedBubble Artist, Brad Michael Moore).

The exhibition selection includes black & white and color images using both experimental and traditional photographic methodology, including three-dimensional compositions.

The Camera Obscura Gallery presented cash awards and certificates of merit at the opening reception on December 10 to Brad Michael Moore.

Regrettably, as in many competitions, there were many fine images that could not be included. It’s truly exciting to see such creative energy among the photographic community. We hope you will enjoy the show!

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