New Set Subject Program
For the Competition year of August 2019 to June 2020 Set Subject will no longer be part of the monthly competition.
* There will be 3 set-subject challenges each year due in July, October and January.
* They will no longer be part of the monthly competitions.
* The images may be Print or EDI and they will be presented together.
* Each member may submit two entries to the challenge.
* There will be no A or B Grade.
* The membership in attendance on the night will choose the image/s that are deemed to be the most successful in addressing or interpreting the Set Subject topic.
* This set subject challenge will not have aggregate points awarded. Set Subject images cannot be included in an End of Year portfolio unless they have been entered in a monthly competition in the previous year.
* A judge/s selected from the membership shall critique the images prior to the night. The membership shall then choose the best image/s by secret ballot.
*****2 entries per person: 2 prints or 2 EDI’s or one of each please. *****
* Prints must be submitted on the night of the challenge
* EDI's must be sent to the challenge organiser a week prior to the challenge.
The organiser's email address will be on the EDI upload page in 'Competitions' on the website.
January Challenge due Wednesday 29, 2020
Definition: Anything goes – no restrictions other than water must be the dominant element or story. Don’t ask the competition secretary if your image is OK – you make the decision.
EDI entries must be sent to the organiser no later than Jan 15, 2020. Mark it on your calendar because this is a week before we commence the 2020 year.
July 2020 Challenge July 8
Definition: Members will be given the choice of 4 well-known photographers or artists and will be required to produce an image in their style. More info early next year.
EDI's must be sent to the organiser no later than June 24th. You will be advised who the organiser is.
October 2020 Challenge. Date TBA
"Out of Place"
Definition: Members must produce an image depicting something that is out of place of doesn't belong. It can be as simple and subtle as a disrupted pattern or sequence or a dramatic depiction of something that doesn't belong. It is important that environment and/or context be part of the image.
January 2021 Challenge. Date TBA