Call for Entry: Online Group Exhibition - "Speed” October 2019

 
©  Jacques Henri Lartigue

© Jacques Henri Lartigue

We are excited to announce our October online group exhibition, Speed, is sponsored by Stroppa Straps! With their support, we will be giving away four Stroppa “Fat” Camera Neck Straps to the juror’s top selections of this online exhibition! To enter, all you need to do is read and respond to the following prompt with your analog photography:

For this exhibition, we are looking to explore the idea of capture movement with photography. Tim Scott writes: “Speed and a still photograph. How is it possible to share the feeling of speed with an image that is not moving? This has been the challenge for photographers since the invention of photography. The photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue captured in 1912 perhaps one of the most iconic and influential photographs of speed when he was just 18 years old–and it still confounds and inspires photographers today.

We invite you to submit up to two photographs for this exhibition that capture the concept of speed and movement the way Jacques Henri Lartigue did long ago. The images should convey the idea of movement and/or speed. This does not need to necessarily be of a car but can be of any subject that tells a visual story of movement and speed. There are no limits to the photographs submitted, other than the fact that they are created using an analog film technique or process. The best of these images will be showcased in an online show curated by motorsport and portrait photographer (and Analog Forever Magazine writer) Tim Scott! This online exhibition will go live on our website on October 14th, 2019! Please follow the directions below to complete your submission. Good luck!  

The deadline for submissions is September 30sth, 2019!



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Four lucky participants will be chosen by Tim Scott from the photographers selected for this group exhibition to receive a Stroppa “Fat” Camera Neck Straps courtesy of Stroppa Straps!

Stroppa “Fat” Camera Neck Straps are crafted with thick rope and solid leather, sturdy enough to carry your camera securely and soft enough to allow you to do it all day. Made of Italian vegetable tanned leather and hand saddle stitched, this strap will serve your daily camera for years!

Stroppa Straps’ minimalist designs focuses on the pleasure of photographing and looking stylish while you do it. Available in three different configurations with customizeable lengths, colors, and leathers, Stroppa has the perfect strap to fit your unique style and camera.

Make sure you visit the Stroppa Straps to learn all about their awesome camera straps!

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Submission Guidelines: 


Image Specifications:
1) Only .jpg files will be accepted.
2) Images must be 1500px on the shortest side at 72dpi.
3) No photo-shopped borders or watermarks. 
4) Only two images may be submitted.
5) Images must be named in the following format: “FirstNameLastName1.jpg”, etc.

Email Specifications:
1) The subject line of your email should state: "Submission: Speed”
2) Please ATTACH your images to the email. Do not embed them. Do not attach a google drive or dropbox link. 
3) Please do not send PDF or Text Files. Please put all information into the body of the email.

Specific information needed for each Submission:
1) Your name as you would like it to appear.
2) The Camera and Process used to create your images.
3) Titles for each of your photograph(s). Write out each title exactly as you would like it to appear.
4) Email Address in the text of the email.
5) The Website Address you would like your images linked to.

Send your submission to info@analogforevermagazine.com by September 30th, 2019!

Note: Do to the large amount of submissions we receive you may not receive a response. Though we try our best to respond to everyone, we do not guarantee a response. Thank you for understanding.

Copyright Information:

By submitting photos for publication in Analog Forever Magazine you are stipulating to us that you own copyright to these photographs or have permission from the copyright holder to submit these photographs. You are granting Analog Forever Magazine a non-exclusive license to use the photograph in its submitted form, subject to re-sizing to fit the magazine format, for publication on the Analog Forever Magazine website for as long as the website exists. You also grant Analog Forever Magazine permission to use these photographs on social media accounts connected to Analog Forever Magazine including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Should you, for any reason, wish your photographs to be removed from the website, we will make every effort to do so. However, please note also that third parties such as educational institutions, search engines or individuals may download, save, store or archive this (or any other) website with or without our knowledge. Analog Forever Magazine will have no control over such downloading and subsequent use and therefore cannot accept responsibility for any such use.


About the Curator


Tim Scott is a working creative director in the world of advertising and design with an obsessive passion for photography. Tim’s dedication to all things visual and story-telling has led him through the top agencies in NYC as a creative director and art director working with brands, global and national. Tim now lives and works from the edge of Los Angeles County in Pomona, California with his beautiful wife Rachel.

From 8x10 to 35mm and everything in-between Tim is an avid film shooter utilizing the beautiful cameras of yesteryear. With a focus on racing, hot rod culture and portraits his work is dedicated to telling stories of people places and things that inspire him. Finding the human connection and emotion in his work is a vital piece of his creative vision.

With features in Looking Glass Magazine selection as a finalist in the Lucie Foundation/MOPLA “Analog Portrait Project” exhibit and selection for show in the LightBox Photographic Gallery’s “Extending Tradition” exhibit, Tim’s work is growing in awareness and visibility as curators and collectors take notice. 

Connect with Tim on his Website and on Instagram!