MPS Competition – August 2021
The next competition night is Tuesday 10th August 2021.
A total of up to three images may be submitted each month. The entered images may be all set subject, all open subject, or a combination of both. They may be all digital, all print, or a combination of both.
The close off date for the registration of digital and print images is midnight Sunday 1st August 2021.
It would be appreciated if entrants ensure their entries are formatted correctly and registered by the close off date.
N.B. LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
The set subject for August is Rings, Rounds and Globes and the judge is Geoff Beals.
It is important to realise that every photographer may interpret each subject quite differently to the next person. The definition below is therefore brief and is only to be used as a guideline.
MPS Club Definition: Rings, Rounds and Globes Anything object that is round in shape
Digital and Print Registration
Digital images must be emailed to email@example.com by midnight on Sunday 1st August.
Print images must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 1st August.
The email’s subject line should be in this format:
MPS Comp – AUG21_Digital or MPS Comp – AUG21_Print
The author must include “COMPETITION USE ONLY” in the body of the email if he or she does not want the image(s) to be displayed on the MPS website and in the club’s newsletter (see “Use of Members’ Images” below).
The author must include “Newcomer” in the body of the email if he or she is a Newcomer.
Colour Space: SRGB
File Type: JPEG
Image size: no more than 1920 pixels wide and no more than 1080 pixels high.
The file name of each entry must be in one of these formats:
Set Subject: S_MMMYY_Number_Name_Title
Open Subject: O_MMMYY_Number_Name_Title
E.g., if two images are being entered into the Set Subject competition they must be named in this manner:
S_AUG21_1_Joe Bloggs_Black Sky
S_AUG21_2_Joe Bloggs_No Title
Print must be submitted by 7:30pm on competition night Tuesday 10th August.
Prints are to have a minimum size of 200 x 150mm (A5) and a maximum size of 500 x 400mm.
Prints are to be mounted on firm card or similar material having a minimum size of 200 x 150mm (A5) and a maximum size of
500 x 400mm. Framed and/or glass covered prints are not acceptable.
Prints may be professionally or home processed.
Print Naming: Prints must be clearly labelled on the back with the following;
– Author’s name
– Grade if “Newcomer”
– Category: Set or Open
– The chosen title or ”No Title”
Use of Members’ Images
Entering an image (print or digital) into a MPS competition or into an external competition via MPS grants the club permission to publicly display that image at MPS meetings for the purposes of competition and recognising good work.
MPS wants to display those images which are awarded Honours and Highly Commended on the MPS website and in the club’s newsletter. Submitting a digital competition entry or a digital version of a print entry to MPS grants the club permission to display that image on the MPS website and in the club’s newsletter unless the member opts out by including “COMPETITION USE ONLY” in the body of the email that submits the image.
Any other use of a member’s image will only occur with the prior permission of the author, e.g. club representation in external competitions.
Images will remain the property of their author at all times and the author will be acknowledged on the MPS website and in the club’s newsletter if his or her images appear in those publications.
Members who have questions should contact email@example.com
Further information can be found on the club website: https://manukauphoto.org.nz/
MPS End of Year Salon does not apply this year
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