3RD PLACE - PHOTO, Fine Art, 2019
Photo © Hilda Champion
No, it is not a charcoal drawing.
The photographer created this image by taking 70 exposures as she walked a full circle around the tree. She then layered all the frames, one on top of the other, with varying degrees of opacity.
As a result, the darker parts of the image represent a high number of pixels - pixels recurring in numerous layers -, whereas the lighter parts of the image represent pixels only occurring in a few frames. The accumulation of pixels thereby becomes a true two-dimensional representation of the three-dimensional oak.
Hilda Champion UNITED STATES
Hilda Champion is a German/American fine art photographer living in Naples, Florida.
She mainly works in landscape, architecture and abstract.
• Paris Prix de la Photographie 2019, Gold Medal plus 2 x Silver Medal
• IPA international Photography Awards 2019, 2 x Silver Medal
• Chromatic Photography Awards 2019, Third Place
• ND Awards 2019, Silver Medal
• Vision Excellence Awards 2019, Winner Fine Arts and Winner overall
• International Color Awards 2020, First Place Fine Arts
• Annual Photo Awards 2020, Landscape Photographer of the Year, Third Place Photographer of the Year
• HIPA Dubai 2020, Finalist
• Monochrome Awards 2020, Third Place
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