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FMoPA Social Distancing Call for Entry

The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts has a new call for entry: FMoPA Social Distancing.  During the difficult time of social distancing, a photograph speaks volumes and documents personal experiences. All ages are encouraged to enter. Image size can not exceed 1800 pixels at the longest edge. 3 photographs per participant maximum

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A man taking a break to eat with his friends.

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This coronavirus has separated us from people we love, and has limited our interactions with society. When will this end?
-Christina C.

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Normally a plaground filled with children and parents watching them

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Panorama taken with Holga camera on 120 film

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Quiet people have the loudest minds

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The message URGENT! Wear A Mask, Save A Life on a photograph of a mask on a skull against a patterned hospital gown background

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Everything in the world is subject to updating, both external and spiritual settings. We are a delicate instrument with inner individual beauty.

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Take-off of a winning photograph in the 70’s of someone running in a tunnel at the camera. Now we are in a dark time. Alone or together we will get though it. by Nancy Williams

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Trumptini a drink to cleanse

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trapped in depression, trapped in bed, trapped in social media

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Never thought of toilet paper as a topical subject.

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Stay Home, Florida

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The emptiness of isolation is a mirror for the entire world, one in which we can see dark new galaxies being born.

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Quiet people have the loudest minds.

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And in times of crisis life must not stop. April 26 is Pinhole Photography Day. Every year on that day, photographers of all world are posted photos on social networks made with that technique. This year, April 26 is a

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The new thing in the park.

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Jazzman playing to a quiet French Quarter in New Orleans.

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Long, beautiful beaches in Florida today are not for visitors.

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Artist often work alone in their creative process. Here the artist created in his workshop were he can concentrate and create.

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The series consists of the appropriation of eight iconic photographs, which marked an era and make history for their social and political relevance.
At the Belo Horizonte International Photography Festival (FIF-BH), in 2013, I had the opportunity to get to

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@jordan_andrew_photographer

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Following social distancing protocols means not getting to work with models, so I put my manikin back into service. The manikin knows it’s best to stay inside, but still looks longingly out the front window at the world outside. The

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Sleep Series ©️ Deirdre Powell

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Street musicians abide by the 6 foot rule.

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A new born sand hill crane stretches it tiny wings as if saying 6 feet apart. Photographed in Lithia, Florida in March of 2020.

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Social distancing by fishing in Hillsborough Bay near Bayshore Blvd., Tamoa, FL.

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Woman Shopping at the store during the pandemic in Tampa Fl April 2020 By Anthony Wright (YISM) Yes I Shoot Models

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My dog has decided to self quarantine (other than when he goes to doggie day care).

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March 13th, 2020
Blue Ridge Parkway

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A Cindy Sherman inspired self portrait.

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First morning of Safer at Home signs on Bayshore Blvd., Tampa, FL

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Message chalked on Bayshore Blvd., Tampa, FL

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Quarantine aims to document the experience of life through this pandemic using carefully designed and staged images. Producing one image a day, every day, it aims to capture the new behaviours this reality brings and reflect on the new ‘self’

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The solitude at the time of quarantine

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Fisherman on Pier 66 following the 6-foot rule.

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Peter Bates
Ptbates1@gmail.com
In “Peter & Keith: Six Feet Together,” my friend Keith visited me and we talked to each other in my driveway six feet apart, wearing masks. Using a telephoto lens, I created the illusion of distance that

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The Owl club is closed for the duration.

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Massapequa, NY Preserve
May 15th, 2020

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As more is learned about COVID-19, our way of life adapts to the precautions. Returning from the grocery now recommends we remove and wash our clothes. For me, the porch is a safe place to remove the mask, clothes and

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Empty park during stay-at-home period in Tampa, Florida

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Man in the city

What is a city? The city is a rush, speed, noise. The city is a place where many people live. The city connect these people. But we become individually in the city. We are all together

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Confinement in a small shared space it’s not an easy thing, but books are always a nice way to escape. The one I’m reading is The City in Which I Love You, by Li Young Lee.

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Please share

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Safe play, @ the beach. Jeff Wilcox

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While stuck at home and trying to entertain the kids, I decided it would be fun to shrink them into the crafts they had just created to give them some “perspective”.

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A shopper pushing a grocery cart down the store aisle in a trench coat and monster mask

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On March 20, orange and white barricades blocked entrance to the Pass-A-Grille beaches. A “Beach Closed” sign that read, “Effective March 20, 2020 until further notice by order of Pinellas County Commission.

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Peter Bates
Ptbates1@gmail.com
In “Mail Call in the Plague Year,” I photographed my wife Cheryl’s hand, wearing a blue cleanup glove. I haven’t seen anybody doing this, but I have heard reports of people spraying every article of mail comes

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Elusive beauty

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Grocery store bouquet and my daughter’s spare poster board made for a fun flower photo shoot on one of many boring days at home.

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Bradford Richardson

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A Visual Diary from my neighborhood during COVID19 quarantine

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A Visual Diary from my neighborhood during COVID19 quarantine

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A Visual Diary from my neighborhood during COVID19 quarantine

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A multiple exposure of a face at the time of quarantine.

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Exhausted mother taking a moment away from her children.

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Please see first picture submission

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Please see first picture submission

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A peek into how our society has shifted due to our current circumstances. So many things are being effected, from something as simple as finishing up a pool you had planned to build, to our schools being shut down and

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Basketball court lock down. Jeff Wilcox

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While on a walk, I met some new friends who didn’t mind posing for a picture.

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The second image in the Faces of Quarantine series. By Lara Chapman

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Quarantine can have a profound impact on people of all ages and background. Children are no different.

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Man in the city

What is a city? The city is a rush, speed, noise. The city is a place where many people live. The city connect these people. But we become individually in the city. We are all together

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HART Bus Driving through the city helping essential worker travel from work in Tampa, FL. April 2020

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A lone woman pondering the state of affairs.

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The biggest drawback in this time of crisis is – hanging out with other people. This daily activity from a month ago is just a dream today.

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I can’t afford a mask, but I can smile from far. Alberto Sisso

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Once distant to cope, now distant to survive.
Clinging to nature with hope, praying to God we are not too late.

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You can see we have our designated spaces! by Jeff Wilcox

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Louis Houk

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A skater ignoring a sign. (hahaha)

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In the UK due to the strict lockdown and social isolation people have been supporting their key workers, particularly the postal workers by disinfecting their letter boxes and letting the workers know they are regularly cleaned

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After cruise lines suspended sailings, the Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas sails under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge with no passengers to anchor 20 miles off the cost at Tampa West Anchorage. For 2019 Winter Cruise Season Brilliance of the

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Man in the city

What is a city? The city is a rush, speed, noise. The city is a place where many people live. The city connect these people. But we become individually in the city. We are all together

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The need to escape from reality at the time of quarantine.

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The series consists of the appropriation of eight iconic photographs, which marked an era and make history for their social and political relevance.
At the Belo Horizonte International Photography Festival (FIF-BH), in 2013, I had the opportunity to get to

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The series consists of the appropriation of eight iconic photographs, which marked an era and make history for their social and political relevance.
At the Belo Horizonte International Photography Festival (FIF-BH), in 2013, I had the opportunity to get to

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Peter Bates
Ptbates1@gmail.com
In “Cleanup Detail,” I posed my wife Cheryl Levin with typical COVID-19 cleanup tools, next to a public sign in our neighborhood.

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Even the pets are looking for more to do even if it’s just watching the neighbors…

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I feel like I am always looking in the wrong direction.

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Flowers growing through a park bench at Florida Botanical Gardena in late March 2020 after social distancing began.

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A field of flowers.. or is it. in this photo there is not one real flower.

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Away from my shadow is a photo was taken before sunset in Arabain desert ( Liwa in the United Arab Emirates) Feb 2020

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Applying for unemployment during Covid-19 by Anthony Wright – (YISM) Yes I Shoot Models

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Anar-kitty is rather tired of all the fuss.

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Shipwrecked and washed ashore on a beach unlike any other.

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All for One and One for All
Photo By: Kerry Lane – Downtown Tampa

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Going to the drugstore is an essential and acceptable reason for leaving your home but there are restrictions.

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This photo was taken during a session for a friend’s daughter who is graduating from high school this year. Graduation is tough this year – no parties, no walk across a stage, and it’s hard not to be able to

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Living alone with a camera and photoshop. By Chandler Culotta

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Living alone with a camera and photoshop. By Chandler Culotta

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Living alone with a camera and photoshop. By Chandler Culotta

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Keeping a safe distance from loved ones, especially grandchildren, is so difficult!

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(2020) Digital photograph, Galaxy S10 Classic filter @ 39% intensity , f-stop 2.2, 1/12s, 1.8mm, ISO 800 #dogwalked
#chronicpain #invisibleillness #spoonie #outofspoons #disabilites #distortion

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