Falling for Fall Photo Contest
Do you love fall? Is it the colors, the crisp air, the changing of the season? Capture your favorite things about fall and enter your photo into the Center for Student Leadership’s Falling for Fall photo contest.
- Photos can include people, nature, pets, almost anything that represents fall to you.
- This contest is open to all current LC State students, staff and faculty.
- Individuals can submit up to 3 entries.
- Photos can be taken with digital cameras or phones as long as they are submitted in one of the following file types jpg, jpeg, and png.
- Photo entries may be posted on the SUB/CSL social media as well as displayed in the gallery of the upper level in the SUB/CSL.
- Submissions will be accepted from 10/10-10/25 at 5pm. Submissions must be submitted(uploaded) through the Center for Student Leadership website.
- The winner will be announced on 11/1/2022 on the SUB/CSL Facebook/Instagram and will also be contacted through their LC State email.
Tips for Taking Photos
- Don’t be afraid to experiment – Try a new approach like shooting from a unique perspective or play with light and shadow
- Think outside the box – Don’t limit yourself to popular subject matter. What else can you shoot that might suggest the fall season?
- Photograph something you’re passionate about – What are your hobbies or particular interests? Maybe you have in-depth knowledge of or access to unique subject matter. Use your personal story to your advantage. Take the viewer someplace new.
- Create depth in your shots – Don’t forget to utilize the foreground and background in your images.
- Seek out the “golden hour” – Consider shooting outdoors during the last hour before sunset and the first hour after sunrise
- Composition is key – Think about how you are framing your images. Consider using the “rule of thirds” in photography.
The Elements of Art: Line, Shape, Form, Texture, Pattern, Color, Space, Composition, Light, Depth of Field, and Vantage Point (or Perspective)
The Principles of Art: Unity/harmony, Balance, Emphasis, Proportion, Contrast, Rhythm/repetition, Movement