Photography Exhibition: You choose!

You choose between the next two photos for my photography exhibition.

Portraiture or candid photography? Why?

Photography exhibition, B&W, Zakopane, Poland, Europe, Don Khong Island, Laos, SE Asia

My Indonesian travel articles need a rest, so I have been asking you over the past few weeks to choose between photos to help organise my next photography exhibition, whenever that may be…

It has been too long between exhibitions as my last photography exhibition – Image Earth Faces, hosted by the beautiful Erika from Piano B – Event Project Management – was pre-COVID, in 2018. The stunning medieval Palazzo Sersale in the village of Cerisano, Calabria in Southern Italy, is a superb venue for any function but especially for an exhibition.

I find it extremely difficult to select a new portfolio for an exhibition and there is always so much to organise and loads of decisions to make – some of which are these…

Choose a theme

  • Street?
  • Portrait?
  • Landscape?
  • Candid?
  • Urban exploration?
  • Abstract and Conceptual
  • Street art?
  • Travel?
  • Castles?
  • Country or continent?
  • Social issues?

Choose a Medium

  • Black & White?
  • Colour?
  • Frames? Frameless glass?
  • Canvas?
  • Acrylic?
  • Foamboard?

Choose more

  • Number of photos?
  • Size of photos to exhibit?
  • Orientation (landscape or portrait)?

These are the next two photos for you to choose from as still have not decided on B&W photos, colour, or both. If you missed the previous photos from which to choose, check these links:

Please help me choose one of the following photos to include in the exhibition and let me know why you decided on the photo. Is there anything you like/dislike about these photos?

Don Khong, Mekong River, Laos, SE Asia, Zakopane, Tatras Mountains, Poland, Europe
Don Khong Island, Mekong, Laos – Photo 1
Zakopane, Poland, Europe
Zakopane, Tatras Mountains, Poland – Photo 2

Be my curator – check out more of my work on Nilla’s Photography or Image Earth Travel and help me decide.

Appreciate any help!

Nilla 🙂

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10 responses to “Photography Exhibition: You choose!”

  1. flowerywallpaper Avatar

    In der Natur beginnt kein neues Jahr, die Natur ist fortlaufend, ohne Anfang und Ende. Aber der Mensch hat in der Natur doch den Eindruck, dass es mit dem Winter ein Ende und danach ein Beginnen gibt. So sehe ich es auch mit dem Blog. Die Erwartung, was uns im kommenden Jahr begegnen wird, was wir selber machen. Dein Blog ist kein Blog mit langen Erzählungen, dein Blog ist einer, der in Bildern spricht. Im Vergleich ist auch mein Blog so aufgebaut. Wie ich schon in meinem „about“ geschrieben habe, sollen meine Bilder eine Geschichte im Kopf des Betrachters einstehen lassen. So „lese“ ich auch deine Bilder. Vielleicht hast du auch dieses „Sehen“. Meine Auswahl, und du wünscht dir das doch, fällt sofort auf das Bild mit dem Mädchen. Das erste Bild ist gut gemacht, das zweite Bild erzählt etwas. Wieso der Blumenkranz, was macht, oder denkt das Mädchen? So sehe ich das. Ich wünsche dir ein gutes Jahr 2022. Ernestus.

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Vielen Dank für das tolle Feedback! Ich spreche/lese kein Deutsch und hoffe, dass Dr. Google gute Arbeit leistet.
      Ich liebe es, Geschichten mit Bildern zu erzählen. Es ist seltsam, dass die Jury bei der Teilnahme an einigen Wettbewerben Worte zum Bild haben möchte, aber manche sagen, Bilder sollten nicht zu viele Worte brauchen. Ich glaube, dass das Bild stark genug sein sollte, um eine Geschichte zu erzählen oder Intrigen zu entfachen.
      Das Mädchen mit den Blumen war Teil einer Osterprozession, die weniger religiös, sondern abstrakter und kunstvoller war – ganz anders und zeitgemäß.
      Ich freue mich, dass dir meine Bilder gefallen und hoffe, dass es dir gut geht. Ich wünsche Ihnen das Allerbeste für dieses Jahr.

  2. Yeah, Another Blogger Avatar

    The first. That person (I think it’s a she) looks like a meticulously-carved wood sculpture.

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Thank you for your selection and feedback! Yes, it’s a ‘she’ and such an amazing face. I noticed her in her hut whilst I was on the back of a scooter zooming by so got my partner to stop and turn back.
      I waited at a distance until she was in this position and took the shot. I don’t think she saw well so didn’t see me at all.
      Check out this post as there’s another picture of this local working in her hut.
      Wishing you a wonderful festive season and stay safe! 🙂

  3. gillmorris Avatar

    I think the first one portrays a more interesting character xx

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Thank you Gill!
      Wishing you a wonderful festive season. 🙂 x

  4. Yetismith Avatar

    I lived in SE Asia for 6 years from age 8-14 and went back many times. I just love it and the peoples.

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Ah, that explains it then and know what you mean. SE Asia keeps drawing me back also time and time again. 🙂

  5. Yetismith Avatar

    I’ll always go with Asia!

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Why? Thank you for your feedback! 🙂

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