Locations that embody a spirit of their own and spaces that tell a story unto themselves.. photographers are always drawn to particular areas for one reason or another.. we’re looking for how spaces interact with each other, how people interact with space, how spaces change over time, how people interact with their environment, their vehicles, how space changes through the lens of travel, how structures affect space, and relationships between personal and public space. Outer space, inner space, space bars, have fun.. there’s a lot of room to embrace this theme.
We’ve all got one. They express how we like to feel.. and how we don’t. Sometimes faces can appear at the most unexpected time, some faces give life and character where otherwise life would be impossible or might have been overlooked. Of course this includes portraits of all shapes and sizes.. self, surreal, abstract, selfies, conceptual, candid. Faces are everywhere we look – on money, in nature, at our local bodega, in mug shots, on sonograms.. this theme has an expression on its face waiting for your work to embrace it.
Enjoy the suggestion of these two themes either separately or together. They’re themes, not rules, so let the audience enjoy interpreting the theme in relation to your work. We look forward to sitting under the stars with you and your friends this July at Slideluck LA: Night Market.
Submissions may be sent through this form on Submittable (we are not accepting submissions via Viewbook for this show).
For more submission guidelines please visit our submissions page, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with direct inquiries or problems. For more information on the event: email@example.com.
THE FILES MUST MEET THESE SPECIFICATIONS:
Full High Definition resolution
Photography or visual art submissions should consist of 15 to 40 images. We recommend 20 – 30 images.
Multimedia and video pieces should be mov or mp4 files and no longer than 5 minutes in length.
For copyright purposes, all audio included in submissions must be open-sourced. Please see our guidelines on the Submissions page for further information regarding music and audio. (*You can search for open-sourced music through resources such as the Free Music Archive or Creative Commons)
Please make sure that your piece begins with a clear title card, including your name, and ends with proper credits including contact information and music credit.
We cannot accept Soundslides files, Flash files, or other formats.