Picture: Interior of a antique First-Class passenger railroad car, Railtown State Historic Park, Jamestown, California*
Business and life has me a bit backlogged on a few announcements I’ve been meaning to make. First off, I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been asked to judge a photo competition for Chasing the Light. The theme for this contest is Mystical and Moody. Deadline for entry is June 1st, 2014.
Given my years of experience doing photo editing and judging other competitions, I’m always eager to see the types of images people submit. The theme is wide-open on subject matter or content, and I’ll be looking for the most evocative images which represent the theme. So grab your best shots, and lay them on me!
*NOTE: Just because I put a photo of a old B&W train doesn’t mean you should limit yourself to this type of work or subject, or think that this is what I want to see. All I care about is the photo feels mystical or moody.
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Gary Crabbe is an award-winning commercial and editorial outdoor travel photographer and author based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, California. He has seven published books on California to his credit, including “Photographing California; v1-North”, which won the prestigious 2013 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Medal award as Best Regional title. His client and publication credits include the National Geographic Society, the New York Times, Forbes Magazine, TIME, The North Face, Subaru, L.L. Bean, Victoria’s Secret, Sunset Magazine, The Nature Conservancy, and many more. Gary is also a photography instructor and consultant, offering both public and private photo workshops. He also works occasionally a professional freelance Photo Editor.
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