'Landscape Photography: Group Exhibition' Opening Night

f11project is proud to present ‘Landscape Photography: Group Exhibition’ by Toronto Digital Photography Club.

Opening Reception: January 23rd, 2014.  7 - 10 PM
The Rivoli Lounge. 334 Queen Street West, 2nd Floor, Toronto M5V 2A2
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Copyright © Dino Melissa

Copyright © Dino Melissa

Landscape photographers celebrate the beauty of nature by pursuing a pure and unspoiled depiction of the natural environment with a strong emphasis on landforms, textures, weather and ambient light. Landscape photography essentially captures spaces within the world, whether vast or microscopic, serene or moody.

In this group exhibit by six members from the Toronto Digital Photography Club, we are presenting a small collection of photographs that depict the awe and wonder of the natural environment that we inhabit. Some of the images shown are about the vividness of mother nature's colour palette. In contrast, the black and white images are primarily about textures. Some images communicate the tranquility and moodiness of the place in time while others are about the quality of light. The collection of images selected for this show are quite diverse in both subject matter and execution.

The artists participating in this group show are Luba Citrin, Roger Correia, Edith Itzcovici-Levy, Dino Melissa, Leon Shahar and Sunchie Yang.

Copyright © Leon Shahar

Copyright © Leon Shahar

About Toronto Digital Photography Club

The Toronto Digital Photography Club (formerly the Toronto Guild for Photographic Art) was originally established in 1947 as the Toronto Guild for Colour Photography. It is one of Canada’s premier photography clubs with a rich history and one of the oldest camera clubs in Toronto.

The club is home to many talented and successful photographers, both amateur and professional. Regardless of your skill level, membership in our club offers many opportunities to improve your photography, meet people with a common interest in various genres of photography, share ideas and participate in fun and friendly photography outings.

Website: tdpc.ca

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