Have you submitted your best work to our InstantDC 2014 Open Call yet? If you have, good on you! If not, you have less than two weeks left.
Still wondering what to choose from your portfolio? Here’s another selection from an earlier InstantDC show to give you a general feel for the kind of images that might catch the eye of our judges. This beautifully composed photo by Jenny Markely is filled with serenity, joy and innocence. Just dreamy.
Whether your work is as soft and gentle as this, or is cut from a completely different cloth, just be sure to submit your images right here before September 1!
Lines, lines, everywhere there are lines. Jordan Barab created this geometric, patterned image which forces your eye to go in many directions, even though the sign says “One Way”.
Bridget Murray Law (@birdettemurray on Instagram and @brainpsychmind on Twitter) has been a favorite of InstantDC for a long time. Her black and white photographs show striking dark silhouetted dreamscapes of the city. She creates a silence within the bustle of the city in each photo that is very hard to replicate. Some of our favorites are posted below. Enjoy!
If you’d like your Instagram photos to be considered for this weekly InstantDC-curated feature, please tag them #exposeddc or #instantdc. Show us what you’ve got!
Chris Supect’s work is filled with wonderful compositions, and this is no exception. The placing of the horizon line, the location of the people in the image, and the way they are all doing odd things is what makes this image stand out. The humor is the icing on the cake.