Read on if you have a few interesting and creative ideas about how to wear a scarf and can come up with some original poses and settings for this fun photography competition.
Today I am launching a photo competition, open to anyone involved with
my gorgeous and sensual, originally designed and hand made, pure silk scarves.
You may have purchased one (or more) or been given one by a friend or relative. Perhaps you have a friend who likes modelling in front of a camera and would enjoy posing for you? Or a friend may like to photograph you in action?
Perhaps you are about to become the proud owner of one or two new scarves? They are designed and made in Australia using top quality pure silk, printers and sewers - nothing but the best for you! With care they will last a very long time (perhaps becoming a family heirloom?).
Your involvement with the scarves may even be
limited to borrowing one! Perfectly acceptable!
Details from Tropical Flowers pure silk scarves
Jasmin strikes a casual pose. More pics of my lovely teenage models here.
First - Top of the range pure silk satin georgette wrap, 'Flowering Gingers' design, valued at $330, plus earrings of your choice from the current range! See this beautiful wrap here.
Second - Choice of 'Tropical Flowers', pure silk long scarf, valued at $135, plus matching earrings. Jasmin wears one of the long scarves, above.
Third - Choice of 'Tropical Flowers' or 'Flowering Gingers', smaller pure silk scarf valued at $45, plus matching earrings.
Runners-up - 50% discount on any Tropical Flowers or Flowering Gingers scarf.
Check out the hand made sterling silver and glass earrings here.
All prizes will be posted to the winners, free of freight charges.
Virginia - carefree or demure? Pink and white scented ginger flowers.
Jill Booth (me) and two other highly regarded Port Douglas artists.
Naturally, no correspondence will be entered into and judges' decisions will be final.
Midnight, September 30, 2018, Australian Eastern time.
Please use the form, below, to tell me that you would like to enter this 'How to Wear a Scarf' photography competition.
Images need to be emailed to the address, which will be sent to you after I receive your expression of interest (via the form, below). Except for digitally enhanced images they should be approximately 1mb in size and in the proportion of 2 x 3, approximately, either horizontal or vertical formats.
The size is in case I decide to use your images for reproduction in print media. I reserve the right to publicise the competition (and your brilliance!) by using photographs submitted, at which time you, as the photographer, will be credited.
Selected entries will be published on this site - here's hoping for a deluge! You are also welcome to tell us something of the fun that you had making the photos. I imagine that would make it even more interesting to readers. What do you think?
Good wishes for unleashing your creativity - and for winning those prizes!
How my interest in the ginger flowers scarves began - sign at exhibition launch.
A casual look, which feels so soft and luxurious - a great way to add a touch of colour.
The story behind the silk scarves:
Please click on each image, below.
Free flowing hand-painting on silk with fibre-reactive dyes.
Painting and printing with dyes on heavier silk.
Oil painting over collage
Detail of red ginger silk scarf
Tropical Flowers - Poinciana, Hibiscus
Combining floral designs
Lucinda and her sisters model scarves/wraps