Tring Interclub Intimate LandScapes Competition

 

Arrangements

Up to 14 clubs in the CACC region are invited to take part in this PDI Competition.

 

The first competition evening is set for Thursday 24th March 2022.  It will be held at The Baptist Hall in Tring (restrictions allowing). Up to 6 members of each participating club are welcome to attend.

 

Each club must enter 5 Intimate Scapes, each taken by a different photographer.  A sixth ‘tie breaker’ image must also be supplied and this can be taken by another photographer, or one of those chosen for the main 5 images. 

There will be a prize for the best club and the author of the best image.

Entry Date & Requirements

Entries are required from each club by no later than 3rd March 2022.  

The format of the entered images is jpeg, sRGB - with the file name in the following format:

Image number (1 to 6 where 6 is the tie breaker)_Image Title_Club name_Author.  

                           e.g.  3_Forest Scene_Tring CC_Peter Cox

Images can be any size in pixels or aspect but should not exceed 5MB in file size.  Please avoid lo-res images as the entries will be displayed on a large screen.

 

Judges

We are fortunate to have two wonderful judges:

  • Naomi Saul ARPS DPAGB ASINWP EFIAP – Naomi is with the East Anglian Federation

  • Chris Palmer FRPS DPAGB APAGB EFIAP – Chris is from CACC – a member of Amersham Club

The judges will pre-judge the images and swap notes in coming to an agreement on the scores for each image, prior to the Competition night.  Both will attend on the night and rotate in giving feedback on the images and announcing their agreed score.

All entries and the results will be published on this website. Authors must therefore agree to their entries being published on this and www.tringcameraclub.co.uk and any other website that may be used for publicity related to the event.  The authors retain their personal copyright at all times.

The date of the Competition is deliberately set to be before entries are required for the Landscape Photographer of the Year (LPOTY) and the Close Up Photographer of the Year (CUPOTY) competition, thus acting as an opportunity to test potential entries for these National competitions.  The images could also be used as entries to the CACC Championship Day

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