What is a Triptych?
For the purpose of this Salon a triptych is a presentation made up of three (and only three) distinctly separated photographic images displayed on a common background.
The background should complement the presentation of the three images but must not become a significant ‚Äúfourth image‚ÄĚ in the message of the triptych‚Äôs three images.
The only restriction on the arrangement of the triptych‚Äôs three images is that they must not meet or overlap.
There is no requirement that the three images must be either the same size or the same shape.
Added borders, drop shadows etc. are allowed.
Below are some examples of allowable and non-allowable triptychs: