Exhibition Night – “Silhouettes, Reflections, Shadows in Monochrome”
25 September 2020 @ 19:00 - 21:30
Plenty of scope with these topics. Choose any of the three, silhouettes, reflections or shadows, or a combination as long as your image is in monochrome. Monochrome is defined by using only black, white, and grey, or using only one colour:
A close-up photo of leaves or similar would be a good example of a natural green monochromatic photo that you can capture directly in-camera.
This means that, by definition, all black and white photos are monochrome, but not all monochrome is black and white.
- A Silhouette is defined as a dark shape that appears against a light background or surface.
- A Shadow is defined as an area of darkness, caused by light blocked by something or an object intercepting light from a light source.
- A Reflection is defined as an image of something in a mirror or reflective surface.
APG Exhibition rules apply and we welcome the general public to come along and support as they vote for their favourite 3 entries, enjoy some finger food, ambient music with bar available and free admission.
See you there!