General Rules - Click the Link: General_Rules_May_2012.pdf
rules have been revised for the 2012/13 season. This year there will be
eight competitions in total, four digital projected only and four print
only. The dates and subjects are as follows:
3rd October - Print only - Open Subject
31st October - Digital only - Emotion
5th December - Print only - By the Water's Edge
23rd January - Digital only - Open Subject
13th February - Print only - Shapes
6th March - Digital only - Markets and Auctions
20th March - Print only -Annual Open
24th April - Digital only - Annual Open
there is now one extra subject competition - Markets and Auctions -
allowing us to have two closed subject and two open subject competitions
for both digital projected images and for prints.
The maximum permitted number of entries for each competition has increased this year to six per member per competition. Three (max) colour and three (max) monochrome.
Please label your entries one to three in order of preference as, if
there are too many entries for a competition number three will be taken
out.For full competition rules click the link: Competition_Rules_May_2012.pdf
For Competition Entry Form click the link: Competition Entry Form.
Digital Projected Images, Entry size and Titling.
The instructions are downloadable/printable as a PDF by clicking here Projected_image_resizing.pdf
Constitution -Click the link: Constitution_May_2009.pdf
Members Gallery Picture size.
Any member is entitled to have up to sixteen images on their own gallery page. The
size of pictures required for members gallery uploading is 480pixels x
360pixels at 72dpi as Jpegs, please title them as you wish them to
appear on your album page and send them to Lynda Sharples, email address firstname.lastname@example.org
The club has a mount cutter available for any member to borrow. Ask Keith Sharples if you would like to use it.
Police information sheet regarding Photography in public places.
Click the link :- ACPO_Guidance_PhotographsPublicPlaces.pdf
Please note this is from the British Transport Police and not the UK National Police Force. So the views of Mr Trotter may not be the same views of the UK National Police Force. Print it off, it may be useful to have in your camera bag should you be approached though.