2016 Print Competition – Top Images
Our top images (generally scored a 9 or 10) from the Set subject and Open sections from each competition are presented here. You can also see some of the top Print images from each section – check out the Top Projected Images page
There are also a few Editor’s Choice images – the benefits of being the web master! 😉
Peruse and enjoy the best images from our club competitions – judged by SAPF and non-SAPF judges (and some by the web master).
Please hover your mouse over the image to see the title and photographer – then click the image to see it full size.
Leading lines refers to a composition technique where the viewer’s eye led into the image. Some examples could be receding road, train tracks, receding street, lines of trees. Don’t be limited to these examples.
One or more circles or clearly circular objects must be the significant focus of the images.
While landscape encompasses our wider environment, urban landscape is more restrictive – a landscape portraying a city or suburban scene with high to medium building density.
This is basically telling stories with pictures. However, the stories must also be newsworthy. Such stories appear in newspapers, magazines, TV and websites
The annual duel with Edwardstown comprising both prints and projected image – this time it’s at their place (TBC)
It must be obvious that these images have been taken with the camera at or very close to ground level.
One or more people conducting their normal daily occupation must be the significant focus of these images.
Try for images that make this occupation fascinating.
Images must capture a story of one or more people/animals obviously involved a sport or objects clearly associated with a sport. Sports in this context are seen as physically active pursuits.
A display of all Annual Exhibition entries, the presentation of aggregate and Annual Exhibition and the Bill Templar awards. Your chance to be photographed with the Pres (not really that good actually)
Bring a plate to share in the festivities