2023 Judged Competitions

From January 2021 all competition images will be uploaded via the club website private members competition pages. Visit the page for instructions and access to the upload process

For all the Competition Rules

Print Images: Maximum Size 40cm x 50cm, (16″x20″) including mount, All print Images must also have a digital version uploaded via the website


Maximum size: W: 3840, H 2160, File size 5MB

File Naming: Please name your image file prior to your upload according to the following protocol: ImageTitle.jpg

For example: TheGoldenHour.jpeg DO NOT include any other information such as date, member number, camera data, etc. The upload software adds in the necessary data to your file name

Competition Dates

(please note these dates may be altered due to changing circumstances)

Comp Date Upload CommencesUpload closesSet Subject Topic
4 April7 February7 MarchSpring
6 June4 April2 MayStreet Photography
1 August6 June4 JulyTryptich
3 October1 August5 SeptemberReflections
9 Dec EOY5 September7 November
Open: 2 EDPI and 2 Print, Set Subject: 2 EDPI and 2 Print

Competition Definitions

Competition 1 – Spring

“Images should capture spring as the season during which the natural world revives and reinvigorates after the colder winter months. Such images might convey the feeling of spring through the use of sunshine, brightness or vivid colours and/or include symbols of spring such as rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.”

Competition 2 – Street Photography

“Street photography is a non-formalized genre of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places such as streets, parks, beaches, shops, political conventions and other associated settings. Images can often be ironic or emotionally detached from subject matter, focusing instead on a particular context or detail. Framing and timing are key aspects of the craft, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment”

Competition 3 – Tryptich

“A tryptich is a set of three associated artistic works intended to be appreciated together.” It is important that there is cohesion/story telling between the images not just a random collage of shots

Competition 4 – Reflection

“With this topic reflections of a subject provide the centre of interest. They may be produced by water, windows, metal etc. 

End Of Year Images

For our end of year competition we would love to see the best you have produced throughout 2023. Please select two of your best EDPI and two best Prints that have been submitted to any competition or activity in the club during the year. You can make adjustments/enhancements to these images from when they were first submitted based on any suggestions from our judges, or feedback from club members such as in the Cluster image groups.

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