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Have you ever wished you could submit a series of photos all taken at the same event into the one place, instead of having to split them up to suit different categories ? Well now you can. It doesn't matter whether they are black and white, HDR, photos of people, or machinery, or general views of the event. If they were taken as part of a series at the same event or place, and fit into one of our categories shown below, send them all to us. No more having to sort them into different categories, or send them to different folders, just send them all to us (all we ask is that you submit a minimum of 3 photos and a maximum of 6 photos in a series).
Submissions are accepted from only Members of the group
We accept only a series of images, the focus is on Series and not just a collection of images. The sequence of images must have an underlying visual, artistic, stylistic or subject theme, that is more focused than the general defined category.
A Series will consist of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 individual images.
We can not accept less or more than this number if you submit less, we will request that you add more to fulfill the minimum number.
We do accept a collage or group or strip of images placed together in a single file (Image). However these must be placed in the STRIP Series Folder.
Members are allowed to submit up to 8 images per folder per day.
Kindly submit to the correct folder.
All submissions in a series must be added within 24 hours of the first submission, otherwise all your submissions in the series will be declined.
All submissions must be photography based (except for the exception of photomanipulations), and must belong to the member submitting them.
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William Eggleston: CarsWilliam Eggleston (born July 27, 1939), is an American photographer. He is widely credited with increasing recognition for color photography as a legitimate artistic medium to display in art galleries.William Eggleston: Cars by PatriceChesse
Eggleston's early photographic efforts were inspired by the work of Swiss-born photographer Robert Frank, and by French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson's book, The Decisive Moment. Eggleston later recalled that the book was "the first serious book I found, from many awful books...I didn't understand it a bit, and then it sank in, and I realized, my God, this is a great one.”
First photographing in black-and-white, Eggleston began experimenting with color in 1965 and 1966 after being introduced to the medium by William Christenberry. Color transparency film became his dominant medium in the later 1960s. Eggleston's development as a photographer seems
Hope, Grief, Rain by Erwin OlafErwin Olaf's trilogy Hope, Grief, Rain centres on the suspended moment when an emotional reaction begins.Hope, Grief, Rain by Erwin Olaf by PatriceChesse
Grief for example focuses on the silently fought battle between gut-wrenching sorrow and socially constructed notions of dignity and poise. These staged narratives depict moments, described by Olaf, as an instant of indecision or consideration, the "half-second after you receive bad news but before you react." He encourages the observer to empathise with the fragile beauty of these characters and to unlock the connectedness we share with our fellow beings.
Rain appears to show the inaction of waiting for nothing; it's the moment after happiness.
Hope captures a frozen moment - one of expectation and longing - which allows the observer to wonder what the subjects are thinking about, or dreaming of.
MetrologifEn parallèle du projet Gone Underground, François Sola présente Metrologif, une série de gifs animés construits sur le concept de cinemagraph, photographie où un détail est animé d’un mouvement répétitif.Metrologif by PatriceChesse
Metrologif, c’est la rencontre entre l’instant, capturé par des photos dans le métro de Lyon, et le vivant, exprimé par des jeux de mouvement des usagers et des installations.
La métrologie, science de la mesure, est ici mise à mal par ces compositions perturbant notre perception de l’espace et du temps…
Just amazing, isn't it ?
Good bye Mr Lucien ClergueLucien Clergue passed away November 13th, 2014 ... Another great photographer's left us.Good bye Mr Lucien Clergue by PatriceChesse
Lucien Clergue was born in Arles (France) in 1934, he learns violin before but decides to be a photographer. He works until 27 and publishes his first book « Corps Mémorable » (Seghers Editions) in 1958 illustrated by the poet Paul Eluard, Picasso and Cocteau.
Since then, he published more than 75 books in France, USA, Japan, Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Canada. « Née de la Vague » (Belfond Edition) in 1968 is his most famous book which marked a all generation.
In 1969 he creates the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Arles (France) and will be the director for many years.
I am Jenny Stokes.........a lot of you know me very well. This a group for the submission of SERIES of photographs. Instead of being able to submit one image at at time, as for most groups, you submit between 3 and 6 images at once, as a theme, or as a narrative.
This is my first try at Founding a Group, so please bear with us and don't be afraid to ask questions, or suggest a different Folder. This Group could NEVER have happened without ALL the help I have had from
TusharBoss and Bumblepuss. They are both wonderful people and I hope you will take time to 'browse' their wonderful art. (Bobby, sad to say for us, although still a member of the group, has relinquished his Co-founder status due to other commitments)
Our team comprises of
jennystokes as Founder
InayatShah as Co-Founder
ZeeShiKing as Co-Founder
Vodj as Co-Founder
gigi50 as Co-Founder
PatriceChesse as Co-Founder
SabakuNoShi as Co-Founder
NB-PhotoArt as Co-Founder
I love this idea: Many times, as some of you know, I have done Series of pics from one event, then had to break them all up. I found this to be truly annoying! An Event is an Event and the pics should stay together. In this Group you can now do this. Hurrah!
I look forward to seeing you all submit.
Please read the rules carefully.
For more detailed guidelines on what this group is about and how to go about submitting your wonderful work, see the more detailed notes on this page with regards to submission and membership
Meanwhile, enjoy our current Featured selection. This Month it is a selection from our Strip Image submissions.
Thank you all members for your wonderful contributions.
Jenny and the Team
Membership to PhotoSeries will not automatically be accepted. We reserve the right to choose applications based on three Criteria;
Quality of Work
A Series in strict conformity of our Rules
Interesting and informative work