Shutter Speed: The new photography series from the Rift

The Rift's new Shutter Speed Series gives all of you photographers and photo enthusiasts an opportunity to submit your work and have it featured on the site. It should be creative, it should capture a moment, or an image of the city that says something about our area and represents our community in some way. We're looking for strange, rare, and interesting depictions.

The Series will be edited by one of our photographers, Martin Letona and other Rift members. We'll be choosing a new photo bi-weekly so send in your photographs today (jpeg) to theriogranderift@gmail.com and write Shutter Speed Series in the subject line. 

Here are the rules: 

1. It must be an original photo taken by you. 

2. It must feature a landmark, setting, or a particularly unique image of El Paso/Juarez region, it's people, its culture, etc. 

3. It must include a caption.

 

And that's it! 

Our first deadline is Oct. 13th, but you can send photos anytime and they will be considered! We will start off the Shutter Speed series with a few from Martin Letona. 

Murales y rampa del Parque Lincoln, bajo el puente de la US-54, ubicado en la calle Piedras con temas de la herencia Azteca, Chicana y Mestiza de El Paso.

Murales y rampa del Parque Lincoln, bajo el puente de la US-54, ubicado en la calle Piedras con temas de la herencia Azteca, Chicana y Mestiza de El Paso.

Paseantes con ropa de Domingo esperan el autobús sobre la Calle Oregon Norte, El Paso, Texas.

Paseantes con ropa de Domingo esperan el autobús sobre la Calle Oregon Norte, El Paso, Texas.

The ShutterSpeed Series Edition 1 is now up. We chose 3 photos out of many good submissions to feature on the page. Check out these fantastic images on the Shutter Speed Edition 1. 

 

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