So the Iceland exhibit I proposed to Gifts of Art didn’t pan out, BUT, “White on Black” was accepted to the Riverside Arts Center’s Black and White Exhibit August 5-27, 2016. I’m tickled to pieces… :)
Monthly reflections – October 2015
October had lots of excitement, including the publication of the travel stock photos article in Digital Photography School, now with over 900 shares! Also had the two photos I submitted accepted at the Ann Arbor Women Artists Fall 2015 Juried Show at our local district library. I was told at the opening reception that there were 175 submissions and 75 accepted, so I’m pretty pleased getting accepted the first time.
I submitted some of the photos from the one day of large enough England photos so the Shutterstock site is up to 1366 images, some progress:
Logos still the overwhelming winners in popularity, though you can see some of the Holland, MI shots among the top, and the flu shot and time change reminders made an appearance:
As for what is coming up, yesterday I submitted some of the Iceland photos to our College’s literary magazine, so fingers crossed on that one!
Best wishes on your photography adventures,
Milestone – Article based on stock travel photography in Iceland to be published in Digital Photography School!
So back in June I went to Iceland, had a wonderful time… I participated in the GREEN Energy Program then spent a few extra days driving around and taking photos of anything I wanted to, glorious time. I didn’t write my usual tips article based on my experience for this blog because I proposed an article about stock travel photography to Digital Photography School‘s Tips and Tutorials section and it was accepted! I just learned that it will be published on the 20th of October. I’ll update this entry with a link to DPS when it comes out. Update October 19th – you can find the article here.
So I saved the tips and my best photos for the DPS article, but here are a few other photos to give you a sense of what a lovely country Iceland is. Many of these photos were taken while on guided tours with Ardar, aka Addi, the best guide ever at South Iceland Adventures.
Got to see lots of waterfalls, such as Seljalandsfoss:
Hiked Sólheimajökull glacier:
Had a great time going on a puffin viewing hike at the Ingolfshofdi nature reserve:
Got up close with an Icelandic horse:
Had a great time at the Glacier Lagoon:
Beautiful country, lovely people… You can also see some of my Iceland photos at my Shutterstock site.
October 24 update – Change featured image to a screenshot of the icon for the article at DPS. So cool to see it published and to have some readers stop by the blog and learn from past blog articles!