COMPETITIONS

On the first Wednesday of each month (except January and July), Geelong Camera Club holds a Club competition which is judged by either a local, Melbourne or country judge.  The competition is open to all members and has two grades: A and B.

2021/22 COMPETITION PROGRAM

COMP MONTH        SUBJECT                                                       ENTRIES DUE

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      February        Open Prints, Open EDI's, A/R EDI                 January 19th

      March             Open Prints, Open EDI's, A/R Prints             February 2nd

      April                Open Prints, Open EDI's, A/R EDI                   March 2nd

      May                 Open Prints, Open EDI's, A/R Prints             April 6th

      Jun                   Open Prints, Open EDI's, A/R EDI                  May 4th

  **NOTE** The submission of Prints can be cancelled at any time due to imposed Covid-19 restrictions.

 

2021/22 SET SUBJECT PROGRAM and DEFINITIONS here

2022 END OF YEAR ENTRY INFORMATION

          -  End of Year Awards Information here

          -  End of Year Awards Entry Form here

          -  End of Year Awards here

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It is important that members who wish to enter competitions familiarise themselves with the Competition Guidelines and the Print Presentations Guidelines.  See links below.
 

Throughout the year Geelong Camera Club also competes against other camera clubs in 3 Inter-Club Competitions, as well as the annual VAPS competition which involves all the camera clubs in Victoria. The Geelong Camera Club is currently ranked very highly in State competitions.

****ENTRY FORM FOR ELECTRONIC IMAGES****

COMPETITION RULES - PRINT AND EDI 

MATTING AND PRESENTATION OF PRINTS FOR COMPETITIONS

RESIZING ELECTRONIC DIGITAL IMAGES