|Oct 6th||Open Subject. DPI||Hand in Sept 22nd|
|Nov 3rd||Open Subject. Prints||Hand in Oct 18th|
|Nov 15th||Five Print Challenge||Hand in Oct 27th|
|Dec 8th||Architecture. Prints||Hand in Nov 24th|
|Jan 19th||Close up - Macro. DPI||Hand in Jan 5th|
|Feb 9th||Bridges. Prints||Hand in Jan 26th|
|Mar 2nd||Circles Lines. DPI||Hand in Feb 14th|
|April 13th||Annual Open. Prints||Hand in March 30th|
|April 27th||Annual Open. DPI||Hand in April 13th|
|Macro||In laymans terms, this is just an extreme closeup.
Technically it is an image whose subject is reproduced to at least 1:1. That means that the image on the camera sensor or film plate is the same size, or larger, than the real-life subject.
|Circles / Lines||Show photos of Circular things or Linear things. The main focus of the compositions should be about Circles and/or Lines. It is not enough to just have a photo that contains a circle or line. You should have composed and processed your image to draw the viewers attention to the circular or linear nature of the scene.
In other words; An image containing Circles and/or Lines as its main focus
|Architecture||Buildings and Man-made Structures for Industrial, Commercial and Housing use. Show images of Architecture; but no bridges, because we have a seperate competition this season for bridges.
|Bridges||A bridge is normally associated with a structure that spans a gap and carries a road, train line, or other form of transport. But a bridge can mean so many other things. I can think of the bridge on a ship, the bridge of your nose, or a part of a musical instrument. Use your imagination and show us what you have got. But, beware, if you choose to show us an image of something obscure or tenuous; and the judge does not recognise it as a bridge; then you may get marked down. It's your choice and you bear the risk.|