A triptych from the Greek adjective “three-fold”, is a work of art which is divided into three sections.
Sometimes, a single picture just won’t do and a sequence of photos can do a better job in telling your story. So, a photographic triptych may consist of separate images that are variants on a theme, or may be one larger image split into three images with a plain border between them. It can be images from the same photo session taken in succession, or even opposing subjects showing contrasting ideas.
For this month’s assignment, create your own triptych by combining a sequence of three images into a single submitted image.
Assignment Photos—Cast Your Vote!
Each image below is assigned a number – choose your 5 favorites and check the corresponding image number shown in the right side bar.
You can only vote for 5!! Each computer can only vote one time – so for those members that share a computer – feel free to email me with your votes, or use a friend’s computer to cast your vote. NOTE: Voting is a privilege for camera club members only.
DEADLINE TO VOTE is Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 11:59 pm
Be sure to note the “Image #” shown UNDER the slide show when casting vote.
I like # 8.
That took a some creativity to make that photo.
First in each setting and then pasting them together.
I thought #9 (the feather) was tops – beautiful! Then came #8 (it made me chuckle – can Ashe county handle 3 Scots?), then #15 (there is a great rhythm to these pelicans), then #21 and last #23.
# 1 was my favorite. I need some instruction on this one given my limited software to do the Triptych.