Well after a lull in entering competitions because of my trip to Scotland, and the end and start of the season at my camera club, I’ve just entered two more FIAP accredited international salons in Andorra and Argentina. I have quite a few images that have done well since I started entering competitions 6 months ago, but I wanted to try out a lot of new work to see how it did.
First we have Ivory Flame taken recently in Scotland. I love the light coming in from the window, and how her right hand side is almost silhouetted against the light falling on the wallpaper behind.
Another one of IvoryFlame, this has already been entered in 5 international exhibitions and has been accepted in 4 of them. I played a little bit safe by entering this as I didn’t want to enter all new work and get a complete duck. Again its IvoryFlame’s torso shaped by light.
Next another new one, this time Raphaella in a new office building. This one is about shape as well as light. The pose looks so effortless when Raphaella does it.
Another new one with Joceline dancing, from the series in a recent post.
And another high key one, Nanette taken with one light with my simple cheap and cheerful studio lighting purchased for £25 from another club member.
The final new one, from Scotland again with Bonnie Scot on the Isle of Arran. An amazing bench with an amazing view.
And finally one for a future competition, but I finished it yesterday so wanted to post it before I forgot it. Hence the tenuous link in the corny title of this post. Raphaella on a table taken at the shoot at Blue Carrot Studios in the preceding post.
Well I should hear the results sometime in August, and then I can see how the new work did and plan what future competitions to enter. A big thank you to these delightful models who made these images possible, all who I would love to work with again.