2017 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 Digital images from each section – check out the Top Digital 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.
The subject can be anything. However, the dominant subject or a significant portion of the image must be orange
Any subject is eligible. However, the image exhibited, print or projected, must not have been altered in any way post exposure except resizing.
One photograph comprising three image panels. The three panels must contain three separate images not one divided into three. The images must complement one another to tell one story. For both print and projected formats the three images must be presented so that they are exhibited simultaneously.
Landscape: A picture featuring the natural scenery or terrain. People or buildings may be included but should not dominate the picture.
Seascape: A picture in which the sea or waves predominate. Coastal features or the shoreline may be included to a lesser degree.
The subject matter can be anything. The image must clearly demonstrate the use of a Light Painting technique as described in the Workshop description on the May page of this programme.
An image that conveys weather as the major feature, not simply the effects of weather. (You may have to venture out on a stormy day or night).
Images must be one or more extant zoological or botanical organisms in free, unrestricted natural or adopted environment. Landscapes, geological formations or zoo/game farm animals not allowed (see APS FIAP PSA rules)
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
James Allan – Inquisitive