|21-Sep-17||David Steel||Open PDI||Projected Image||POTY. Images may be of any topic.
Images can be either colour or monochrome. Images to be sized to fit within 1400 wide by 1050 deep pixels.
|12-Oct-17||Colin Strong||Monochrome||Printed Image|| POTY. Any black and white or monochrome image can be entered for this competition.
A black and white image which has been modified by the addition of a single tone to the entire image is defined as a monochrome print.
A black and white image that has been modified by the addition of partial toning or by the addition of one colour to any part of the image is a colour print and would not be an acceptable image for this competition.
|23-Nov-17||John Margetts||Still Life||Projected Image||POTY. Still life photography is a genre of photography used for the depiction of inanimate subject matter, typically a small group of objects. It is the application of photography to the still life artistic style.
A still life is a work of art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter, typically commonplace objects which may be either natural (food, flowers, dead animals, plants, rocks, or shells) or man-made (drinking glasses, books, vases, jewelry, coins, pipes, and so on).
Lighting and framing are important aspects of still life photography composition
|18-Jan-17||Naomi Saul||Landscape||POTY Landscape photography commonly involves daylight photography of natural features of land, sky and waters, at a distancethough some landscapes may involve subjects in a scenic setting nearby, even close-up, and sometimes at night.
Photography of artificial scenery, such as farm fields, orchards, gardens and architecture, may be considered "landscape" photography as well. Even the presence of man-made structures (buildings, roads and bridges, etc.) or art (such as sculpture) may be considered "landscape" if presented in artistic settings or appearing (or photographed) in artistic style.
|01-Feb-18||Adrian Stone||Mobile Phone - Open||Projected Image||This is a standalone competition. Images to be taken on a mobile device. Subject matter is open. Images may be edited using software. images to be sized to fit within 1400 wide by 1050 deep pixels.|
|22-Mar-18||Ron Tear||Open Print|| POTY Images may be of any topic.
Images can be either colour or monochrome.
|26-Apr-18||Naomi Saul||Abstract|| POTY Abstract photography concentrates on shape, form, colour, pattern and texture. Abstract images would not normally represent the subject in a literal way. For example, the subject of the image is often only a small part of the idea of the image. - Use your creative imagination to create works of art.
|17-May-18||Daphne Hanson||Curves||Projected Image||POTY A high emphasis of the composition of the photograph must involve curves or arcs. The subject matter is unimportant as long as the curves give a high punch to the overall effect of the photograph|
|14-Jun-18||Paul Radden||Portfolio||This is a standalone competition
Each member may enter one portfolio of three prints on a theme of their choice.
The theme must be written on the back of each image in the portfolio, along with the author?s name and the date the image was captured.
The images can be either mounted individually or placed on one mount.
If the images are mounted individually, the images should be numbered 1 to 3 in the order they are to be displayed. The maximum mount size is as per normal competition rules.
If the images are placed on one mount, then this mount must be in landscape orientation. The maximum size for this mount is three times the maximum mount size as per normal competition rules.
Images can be either colour or monochrome.
The judge will be asked to award points on photographic merit as well as relevance to declared theme.
|28-Jun-18||End Of Year||This is a standalone competition
The theme of this competition is open.
Each member may enter one image.
For this competition the members of the club will judge the images.
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