Assigned Topics – Themes for 2022

During each of our projection and print meetings, we show Assigned Topic, or Theme of the Month images and conduct a popular vote. Members are invited to bring up to 2 images to show. We encourage you to go out and make new images specifically to show for the topic of the month rather than go through your catalog to find an image that fits.

2022 Assigned Topics

The topic assigned to each competition is included in the meeting information on the club calendar. The following list shows the topics through the months listed:

MonthAssigned Topic
January Celebration — Milestone events or personal victories, no matter how big or small are all worth celebrating. Celebrations can also honor or commemorate a person or event.
February Isolation –Convey a sense of being alone or set apart from others. Or perhaps your image can invoke a sense of sadness, despair, quarantine or ?
March Architectural — We are surrounded by architecture…bridges, ships, houses and buildings. Interesting angles/perspectives/lighting can turn an ordinary image into a work of art
April Negative Space — We are surrounded by architecture…bridges, ships, houses and buildings. Interesting angles/perspectives/lighting can turn an ordinary image into a work of art
May Repetition — We are surrounded by architecture…bridges, ships, houses and buildings. Interesting angles/perspectives/lighting can turn an ordinary image into a work of art
June Green
July Bikes
August Light rays — Rays of sunshine can produce magical images in the forest, ocean or everyday scenes
September Look down — Sometimes you can find the most interesting stuff by just looking down….plants, rocks, insects, items on the street. Show us what you can find!
October Spooky — Shadows, mist and fog, Halloween displays and cemeteries are among the scenarios that can conjure up spooky images.
November Tools — Everyday tools can invoke dignity, strength and details.
December Fine details — Take a closer look at buildings, jewelry, everyday objects or even a face to really appreciate the fine details

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