Modified Competition Rules 2020/2021
This will be DPI only with FIVE rounds in two categories – general and advanced. Each member will be allowed a maximum of 2 entries in each round. Judges will award marks out of 20 to each image with a trophy being awarded to the members gaining the highest total in each category.
An image awarded 17 or fewer points on its first entry may be entered in the same league one more time.
P G Wall Competition
DPI competition on Monday 16 November 2020, each member may enter a maximum of 2 images on the set subject for this year – Shadows
DPIs (Digital Projected Images)
Maximum size is 1400×1050 pixels (maximum 1400 pixels wide for landscape or 1050 pixels high for portrait), 200ppi using the sRGB colour space. The file information should contain the image title and author’s name.
Images should be saved in the format 1_title of first image, 2_title of second image etc.
Image entries should be emailed as file attachments to Mike Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week before the competition.
Print and Projected Image of the Year
These two competitions are comprised of five separate categories:
1. People – the main subject is an individual portrait or group of people
2. Landscape – urban, land or land and water combinations containing minimal human form.
3. Architectural – buildings or detail thereof
4. Nature – any living flora or fauna
5. Open – any subject
A maximum of 3 entries in each competition (Print and DPI) with no more than 2 in any one category.
Any image, whether already used in a club competition during the year or a new image, may be entered in these competitions but the same image cannot be entered as a print and DPI. We hope that we will be able to hold the end of season print competition as scheduled on 7 June 2021 but a decision will be made nearer the date.
From the winners of each category the judge will select an overall Print or Projected Image of the Year.
The Eric Love Trophy will be awarded to the most creative PDI in the projected image competition.
A PDF version can be downloaded HERE