FINALIST | THE FIRST ANNUAL SHOWCASE GALLERY

FINALIST | THE FIRST ANNUAL SHOWCASE GALLERY

Every Friday until February we are going to be sharing one of our ten finalists for the First Annual Gallery Showcase, sponsored by WHCC Co. These images will be on display at our annual Dear Photographer Workshop – Elevate + Grow, This year the Gallery will be hosted at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon, June 8, 2018.

To enter continue sharing your images with our hashtag #DPMAGFAVES for a chance to be printed on our spring issue and be displayed in Portland.

ELEVATE + GROW WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

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 IMAGE BY JENNIFER KAPALA 

 

Unearthly, heavenly  and dream like would be the perfect words to describe this incredible image by Jennifer Kapala. I specifically love the texture of the dress almost coming off the subject and the way underwater photography creates the magic of levitation, one that Jennifer knows all too well how to work into an image that makes us pause. Her underwater work doesn’t feel like its underwater or like we are watching someone submerge themselves. She creates total art our of the ripples and the way she works her self into a beautiful composition. We cannot wait to Showcase Jennifer”s work  among so many other talented Artist.

Words by Adri De La Cruz

 

 

LEARN ABOUT THE FINALIST : 

Jennifer KapalaBased in Calgary, Jennifer is a multiple award winning child and family photographer and the 2014 National Association Child Photographer of the Year and am a NAPCP Ambassador. Always seeking to improve her craft, she maintains an active membership in the National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP) and is a Craftsman Member of the Masters Photographers International. Teaching and sparking a light in others is a passion and she has taught photography courses at Babyf in Madrid, in Santa Barbara at the National Association of Professional Child Photographers Retreat, and various local camera clubs. Underwater family and child photography is both a love and a niche and out of wanting to build a community, she founded UnderwaterKids to offer education and resources to the growing field of underwater family and child photographers.

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