The next photography exhibition will include travel photos of course, but which ones?
Back to landscape photos for a change…
For the past nine weeks, I have included photos for you to choose from as this is a break from writing Indonesian travel articles. Your feedback has been very helpful so far, but I also find it intriguing why someone chooses one photo over another.
Have you been to a photography exhibition since COVID started? If so, which one and where?
Image Earth Faces was the last photography exhibition in 2018 pre-COVID and hosted by the beautiful Erika from Piano B – Event Project Management. 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. The world has changed so much since 2018 with travel only a distant memory.
For me, organising a new portfolio for an exhibition is the toughest thing to do but there is also a lot of other things to organise, like venue, marketing, printing, hanging, and the list goes on.
So, it will be helpful if you can provide your thoughts on some of the following decisions that I need to make…
Choose a theme
- Urban exploration?
- Abstract and Conceptual
- Street art?
- Country or continent?
- Social issues?
Choose a Medium
- Black & White?
- Frames? Frameless glass?
- Number of photos?
- Size of photos to exhibit?
- Orientation (landscape or portrait)?
Mixing colour with black and white this time. Which photo between these two do you prefer and why?
If you missed my previous exhibition photos to choose from then check out these links:
- You Decide – Be My Exhibition Curator!
- Photography Exhibition – Be My Curator!
- Be my Curator – Photography Exhibition
- Curator: Photography Exhibition
- Photography Exhibition
- Photography Exhibition: You Choose!
- Photography Exhibition: Choose a Photo
- Choose a Photo: Photography Exhibition
- Photo for a Photography Exhibition
Appreciate all your help!