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BRADFORD CAMERA CLUB ANNUAL COMPETITIONS

 

COLLINSON TROPHY - For New Members - Digital - Open

 

FISHER TROPHY         - Digital - Landscape - Colour

 

JUBILEE TROPHY        - Print - Landscape - Colour

 

JOE BRUCE TROPHY  - Print - Open - Monochrome

 

MRS BRUCE TROPHY - Digital - Open - Colour or Monochrome

 

GWYNETH BRUCE TROPHY - Print - Open - Colour or Monochrome

 

RAISTRICK TROPHY -  Digital - Portrait and People - Colour or Monochrome

 

TELEGRAPH & ARGUS TROPHY - Print - Sport and Photojournalism - Colour or Monochrome.

 

You may enter THREE prints or digital images in each trophy.  The same image or similar should NOT be entered as a print AND digital image.

 

Cost per trophy is £1.00 for 3 entries.

 

Digital image size 1400 x 1050 pixels in JPEG format.

 

Prints: maximum size up to 500mm x 400mm to be mounted on mount board, maximum 500mm x 400mm, and no more than 4mm thick.  Using this size avoids having to remount later if entering other competitions, i.e. Y.P.U.

 

DEFINITIONS FOR CATEGORIES:

 

Record:  Any building or part thereof, ancient or modern, and/or allied objects or furnishings belonging to or associated with the subject.  This class also includes archaeological or other inanimate objects, e.g. transport vehicles, ceramics and statues.  As much detail as to title, maker and situation should be provided.

 

Natural History: Untamed animals and uncultivated plants in a natural habitat and all natural phenomena.  Evidence of man, his manipulation of his environment in any part of the picture is undesirable and should be avoided.  Accurate titling with Latin name is desirable.

 

Monochrome: A black and white work going from very dark grey (black) to very clear grey (white) is a monochrome work with the various shades of grey.  A black and white work toned entirely in another single colour will remain a monochrome work.  A black and white work modified by partial toning or by the addition of one colour becomes a colour work.

 

(For any queries contact Frances Atkinson, 01274 543052)