Last week I participated in a local photography event called Extended Exposure.
Here is a blurb from their website explaining the event:
Extended Exposure is a 24-hour photo marathon.
Beginners, hobbyists, and pros shooting — any camera, any format, any theme, any subject, anywhere are encouraged to participate in this groundbreaking event.
Whether it’s vast landscapes captured with a large-format film camera, a sky dive shot on high-end digital, or iPhone photos of your cat, we welcome all submissions, as long as they were shot between 5 pm on Saturday, June 29th, and 5 pm, June 30th.
Join us Friday, August 2nd, between 5pm and 11pm to celebrate the Billings arts community and photography. The reverse auction and gallery party will include food and drink, live music, gallery set-up, and good times had by all. All the photographs will be for sale in a reverse auction. Invite everyone to see your work and purchase a print in support of local photographers and Canvas.
Photographers were allowed to submit up to five photos. These were my submissions:
The project will culminate in a reverse auction and gallery party, held Friday, August 2nd in the Babcock Theater Arcade. The reverse auction and gallery party will include food and drink, live music, gallery set-up, and good times had by all.