Pick an image for my next photography exhibition?
Thought I’d take another little break from sharing travel posts and throw in a couple of photos for you to choose from for the photography exhibition – not sure when the exhibition will happen though…
But first, a few questions. Have you been to a photographic exhibition? If so, what was the exhibition about and what did you like best? Could you buy the artwork on that day?
If you haven’t been to this type of exhibition, what would really motivate you to leave your house and go to this exhibition? Would you pay a small entry fee or expect the exhibition to be free?
My last photography exhibition – Image Earth Faces – hosted by the beautiful Erika from Piano B – Event Project Management – was pre-COVID in 2018. The lovely space was in the stunning Medieval venue of Palazzo Sersale in Calabria’s village of Cerisano, in gorgeous Southern Italy. What a striking venue surrounded by the richness of centuries of Italian history!
I need help choosing a theme, medium, and a few more important aspects for a portfolio as it’s difficult when you’ve taken decades of photos to select a handful of images. Some of the hard choices to make and giving you this list again…
- Urban exploration?
- Abstract and Conceptual
- Street art?
- Country or continent?
- Social issues?
- Black & White?
- Frames? Frameless glass?
- The number of photos?
- Size of photos to exhibit?
- Orientation (landscape or portrait)?
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Some of you may already know that my favourite medium is black and white, especially shooting with a traditional 35mm film camera. So of course, I’m including one of each in the two photos below as possible, but need your help to decide. Which one of these photos do you think would suit an exhibition?
Be my curator and help me decide as I always find it difficult to choose photos.