|Date||Wednesday, February 10, 2021at 7:30pm - 9:30pm|
Urban Landscape is an image of our man-made environment and the collections of structures in which people live and work. It seeks to capture the larger patterns of the urban environment which surrounds us.
Urban landscapes are images that capture a scene within a city or town. They can be vast (think cityscape or a shot of the city from above) or at minimum it is a medium view.
Urban landscapes are less interested in the building and its architectural style and more interested in in the pattern of buildings and structures and/or what happens in and around it. Evidence of human presence is welcome, provided that these elements complement and contribute to the content of the image—as opposed to dominating it.
Single-Capture processing rule: All in-camera, on-camera and post-processing techniques to a single photographic capture are permitted provided that they have been carried out by the submitting photographer and that no photographic content has been added, created or re-arranged other than as a by-product of removing unwanted content. HDR, stitched panoramas, focus stacking and multiple exposures taken at the same time (as a continuous sequence - seconds or minutes or hours apart) qualify as a single photographic capture.
Any photograph found not to comply with the rules (or to the given theme if applicable) will be marked as not adhering to theme. Questions about this competition should be addressed to the Landscape group.