There are many genres of photography, and I love them all, but what I find the most wonderful and interesting to look at is the photographs that deal with real life. Reality can be harsh, it can feel unkind, it can knock us to our knees, but it is also beautiful because it is real. Even the mundane is valuable, because it belongs to us. As tactile as a piece of film, it exists, if only for a moment before the clock rushes on. We, as the photographers, get to choose the moments to preserve with our cameras; we harness the light in that brief second of life and turn it into a memory.
Every week the FSC features a Curated Photostream that is open to all. You may only submit one (1) photo and it *must* be a jpeg file and no larger than 20 MB. Please title the file "Title_Camera_Film_YourName.jpg" so that we may properly credit you if your photo is selected.
Next week will be curated by Marc Nagainis and he would like images related to your faith or spirituality, or lack thereof, or whatever lies in between. Show us how you might celebrate, or mourn, or observe. Submit your photo here.