Slow Exposures…here I come!
After many years trying to get an image in the Slow Exposures Photography Festival exhibit, I have finally made it. I had two of my images accepted for the show and festival that celebrates fine art photography focused on the rural south.
The festival is a 4 day affair, starting tonight and ending Sunday afternoon and is a premier event for fine art photographers. There are numerous exhibits, discussion sessions, networking events, portfolio reviews, and of course, social gatherings! The jurors for this year’s exhibition are Arnika Dawkins, gallerist/photographer/collector, and John Wall, writer/photograper/professor.
The exhibition consists of images from photographers all over the United States. 51 photographers will be showing images they have captured that showcase the rural south. The show is in the old Strickland Building on the main “thoroughfare” of Zebulon, Georgia, population 1,116.
I can’t share my images until after the show opens, so keep an eye out on my Instagram feed for them!
Update: Here are the two images that were a part of the exhibit…