ART STORE Photo Challenge

Welcome to the ART STORE Photo Challenge blog! Are you passionate about art and photography? Do you love exploring art stores and finding inspiration in every brushstroke and color? Then you’re in the right place! This blog is dedicated to a unique and exciting photo challenge that encourages you to discover the artistic beauty of your local art store. Join us as we embark on a creative journey, capturing and sharing the hidden gems within these havens of imagination. From capturing the vibrant hues of paints to the delicate details of brushes and palettes, we will guide you through this visual exploration of art supplies. Get ready to see art stores in a whole new light and unleash your inner artist!

ART STORE Photo Challenge

Some of our favorite shoots to do are those that rely on utilizing props that we find in non-photography related stores. Today, Rachel and Jay are heading to an art supply store for a photo challenge. They will each pick one prop to hold in front of their lens and one prop to use with their model.

Choosing the Props

After browsing through the art store, Jay decides to go for a clear PVC prop that he can shoot through. Opening up the lens gives a dreamy look and the prop reflects the light, adding a unique touch to the photos. He also picks up a crop prop, ready to experiment with some interesting shots.

Rachel, on the other hand, chooses a rainbow twirler to hold in front of her lens. This prop will reflect light and add depth to the photos. Additionally, she grabs a dunce cap, which she plans to use creatively during the shoot.

Thanks to Canon for Sponsoring

This video and all the photos taken in it have been shot using Canon’s new EOS R mirrorless camera system. With a 30.3 megapixel full-frame sensor and dual pixel autofocus, this camera is perfect for both stills and videos. It shoots 4K videos with Canon log, allowing for amazing shots at 60 frames per second in 1080p. The kit also includes a versatile 24-105mm f/4 lens with optical image stabilization for smoother footage.

The art supply store segment was shot handheld using the 24-105mm lens. Additionally, with the included EF mount adapter, users can still utilize all their existing EF lenses.

For added protection, Canon offers the Care Pack Plus program, which covers accidental damage such as drops, spills, and power surges. It also includes camera maintenance and sensor cleanings for the camera and lenses.

To learn more about the Canon art kit, click the link in the description.

Join the Challenge

We hope you enjoyed seeing what Jay and Rachel came up with for this photo challenge. We encourage you to take the challenge yourself by picking up a few props from an art supply store and going out to shoot. Remember to use the hashtag #mangostreetartstore on Instagram when you post your photos, so that others can check them out.

Once again, a big thanks to Canon for sponsoring this video. Don’t forget to click the subscribe button and ring the notification bell to stay updated on future videos.

FAQ – ART STORE Photo Challenge

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I participate in the ART STORE Photo Challenge?

A: To participate in the ART STORE Photo Challenge, simply follow these steps:

  1. Create an account on our ART STORE website or log in if you already have one.
  2. Visit the Photo Challenge page and select the ongoing competition.
  3. Upload your best photo that fits the challenge theme.
  4. Provide a brief description of your photo, including any relevant details.
  5. Submit your photo and wait for the jury to evaluate your entry.

Q: Is there a deadline for submitting photos?

A: Yes, each ART STORE Photo Challenge has a specified deadline. Make sure to submit your entry before the
indicated closing date to be considered.

Q: Can I submit multiple photos for a single challenge?

A: No, we request that you only submit one photo per challenge. Choose your best shot that aligns with the theme
and submit it for consideration.

Q: How are the winners selected?

A: Our jury members consist of professional photographers and art experts who evaluate the submitted photos based
on criteria such as creativity, technique, and adherence to the theme. They will select the winners of each
Photo Challenge.

Q: What are the prizes for winning the ART STORE Photo Challenge?

A: The prizes for winning the ART STORE Photo Challenge may vary for each competition. The details of the prizes
will be mentioned when announcing the specific challenge. Prizes might include cash rewards, art supplies,
featured exhibitions, or other exciting opportunities.

Q: Can I sell my submitted photos through ART STORE?

A: Yes, upon the completion of each Photo Challenge, you can choose to make your submitted photo available for
sale in our ART STORE marketplace. If your photo gets selected as a winning entry, it will automatically be
eligible for sale alongside other artwork.

Q: How can I contact ART STORE for any further inquiries?

A: You can reach out to us by visiting the “Contact Us” page on our website. Fill out the provided form and our
support team will respond to your queries as soon as possible.

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