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The rain never stops, why should you?

When Fall rolls around, shooting those autumn family portraits or those epic landscapes gets challenging. As a pro, you're prepared to get those shots regardless. Get the toughest gear, get out there and shoot.

The rain never stops, why should you?

When Fall rolls around, shooting those autumn family portraits or those epic landscapes gets challenging. As a pro, you're prepared to get those shots regardless. Get the toughest gear, get out there and shoot.

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Selections From the Summer 2020 Film Contest

Project Statement

A Selection of Images from the 2020 Summer Film Contest

Curated by Michael Lee Photo Lab Customer Service Associate and Gallery Coordinator

2020, a year that no one will forget. Initially I named this folder of photos “2020 Highlights” and while I recognize the irony, there are many who have found hope, peace, and a new or reignited love for art this year. We’ve learned that now more than ever, creativity can be a key to escaping madness and retaining a sense of youthful curiosity or wonder. These photos from last years submissions cover the the themes of “People”, “Environment”, and “Social distancing.”


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Mandie Jackson

Project Statement
All of these images were created in a beautifully haphazard way. Many are the result of clear inspiration and planning, while many more owe their creation to the gods of collaboration and divine intervention. I could not have made these without the talented artists of Portland, both in front of the lens and behind the scenes. When I see something beautiful, I photograph it. It blooms in me like a flower, and the world is a little lighter. I want you to see something beautiful too.
 
Artist Information
Mandie Jackson is a photographer with a special interest in film and other analog media. She draws inspiration from the natural world and focuses on altering perception through the use of color. Her photographic journey began in 2010, and she has since been featured in a variety of publications for her work in portraiture and landscape.