before all of my student followers leave school for the year,
i thought i'd get the next photo challenge up and running
so they have something to do over their winter break!
this challenge is inspired by the impending new year
and all of the meaning that we associate with such an occasion.
"resolution" is a word that carries a lot of power
and has significance in the world of photography.
interpret the theme as you wish and
make beautiful images that illustrate your concepts!
this competition is open to photographers of all levels
using all manner of photographic media...
feel free to use film, digital slrs, alternative processes, camera phones and photo editing software!
have fun exploring your resolution!
(there are two categories to ensure that professors aren't competing with their students)
*images should be resized to 8 inches on the longest side at 72 dpi (roughly 900k)
*files should be flattened jpegs
*files should be labeled with your first and last name and numbered (mine would be SarahBaron1.jpg)
*email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "resolution" in the subject line
*in your email, specify either the "Student/Amateur" or "Professional" category
*please limit your submissions to 3 per person
**the deadline for submissions is January 20, 2012!
the submissions will be curated by bulb staff and presented in an online exhibition.
this exhibition will be posted to the blog by January 27th.
the juror will then judge the images and choose two "winners" from each category.
winning photographers will receive a feature on bulb!
the guest juror for this bulb challenge is salma t khalil.
a resolve or determination: to make a firm resolution to dosomething.
the act of resolving or determining upon an action or courseof action, method, procedure, etc.
the mental state or quality of being resolved or resolute;firmness of purpose.
the act or process of resolving or separating into constituentor elementary parts.
the resulting state.
Optics . the act, process, or capability of distinguishingbetween two separate but adjacent objects or sources
of light or between two nearly equal wavelengths. Compare resolving power.
a solution, accommodation, or settling of a problem,controversy, etc.
reduction to a simpler form; conversion.
Medicine/Medical . the reduction or disappearance of aswelling or inflammation without suppuration.
the degree of sharpness of a computer-generated image as measured by the number of dots per linear
inch in a hard-copy printout or the number of pixels across and down on a display screen.