General Rules (Projected Digital and Prints)
Each picture will be critiqued by an evaluator or judge. Scores for each entry range from 1 to 10, all recorded and accumulated from month to month.
A picture that receives a score of 8, 9 or 10 may not be re-entered in subsequent competitions except for the Best-of-the-Year Competition. Those with scores of 7 or below may be re-entered in the open section at either of the next two competitions after its initial showing.
Titles will be read in advance of the judging and the names of photographers for any scores of 8, 9, or 10 will be announced immediately after the scoring.
All entries must have a title. The title �Untitled� is unacceptable. A title may not be reused except when re-entering a picture scoring 7 or below. If two similar pictures are entered over time, they must have different titles.
No person may enter more than one picture of the same subject in the same competition. For example, if the assignment is �dogs,� there should be two different dogs, rather than two views of the same dog.
As of January 2007, CSCC is switching from a monthly slide competition to a monthly projected digital competition. Monthly scores will be accumulated. Walter Yewchuk is our new Projected Digital Chairman.
E-mail to: Walter (email@example.com) no later than two weeks before each month�s Competition Night. If you are sending well in advance of the next competition (for example, if you know you will be going away), please note which month the entries are for in the body of your message.
Starting in January 2007, self-stick labels (to be provided at the club the previous month) must be used on the back of all prints entered into competition. They must be completely filled out�IN ADVANCE, and be placed in the upper left on the back of each print being entered.
A member can enter both print categories: Color and Black & White
Color: three in total, 2 in the open section and 1 in the assigned section Black & White: two in total, 1 in open and 1 in assigned.
The minimum print size is 8� x 10� or 80 square inches.
The maximum size is 16� x 20�.
Prints must be firmly mounted or matted. No frames will be permitted.
Assigned Subjects for 2007
Every competition includes both open and assigned subject sections. In addition to considering the standards for any picture, judges will be asked to evaluate how well the picture conveys the subject; the subject must dominate, occupying at least 60% of the total picture. The assignments:
|January||Glass (in any form)|
|February||CIRCLES (not triangles !) -can be 1 or more circles|
|March||Water (in any form)|
|May||At Night (Evening or Nighttime)|
|September||The Color Purple|
Tools of the Trade (any hobby or occupation)
|December||2007 Field Trip Destinations (all entries/no Open)|
Please title your pictures as follows
(note that this is to be the file name of your image; do not send
your image with the file name assigned by your camera.
And another example: DZ-BOp-BlueMorphoButterfly
If you are not sure how to do this, please feel free to call Carol Rogus (954.917.6715) and we can review it on the phone while looking at our respective screens.
With the new emphasis on
Digital Imaging, we have decided to take advantage of some of the new procedures
that our club is starting to incorporate in its competitions. Since PowerPoint
is being used to prepare the images for our monthly competitions, we feel
that we can make these presentations available to viewers of this site once the
judging has taken place.
|Date of Competition||(just click on the date of the
entries you wish to see)
|Tuesday, January 2, 2007|
|Tuesday, February 6, 2007|
|Tuesday, March 6, 2007|