Home Events Virtual Competition with “Street Photography” Assigned Subject

Organizer

Flagpole Photographers Camera Club
Email
Info@FlagpolePhotographers.com
Website
http://FlagpolePhotographers.com
Virtual, From Your Home

Location

Virtual, From Your Home
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Date

Jun 11, 2020

Time

7:15 pm - 9:30 pm

Cost

Free

Virtual Competition with “Street Photography” Assigned Subject

Visitors welcome! Come join us! Free event!

Attend from home, this is a virtual event.

Having problems? Click for First Time Tips

Last resort, join with voice only using any phone at 1-646-992-2010 with meeting id 796 748 198.

Agenda

  • 7:15 – Join to troubleshoot connection issues and say hi to everyone
  • 7:30 – Meeting starts

Uploading Digital photos

Use the Upload page for all digital categories. Click for uploading tips and tricks.

The upload deadline is Tuesday, at midnight, the week of the competition.

Competition Categories

A member may enter up to three photos. Only one photo may be submitted in each of the following categories.

  • Digital Assigned Subject “Street Photography” – entries may be color or monochrome
  • Digital Open Color – enter either Class A (advanced) or Class B, but not both. Any subject allowed.
  • Digital Open Monochrome – enter either Class A (advanced) or Class B, but not both. Any subject allowed.

Monochrome photos are black and white or varying tones of only one color (sepia, blue, red …) across the entire photo. Competition rules.

Location Details

This is a virtual meeting. Attend from your home!

Learning Through Competition

Competitions encourage everyone to improve their skills and to learn new ways to look at things. Constructive critiques from judges can be a very useful learning tool. However, judging art is very subjective. Judges can’t see inside your thought processes.

  • If you like what a judge says, whether it is your photo or not, that is great. Use that insight to improve your photos going forward.
  • If you disagree with what a judge says, that is ok too. If you like your art the way it is, that is more important than what anyone else says or how well it scores.
  • You choose whether to use or ignore the judging comments.

Welcome Agenda

  • Darrell – Welcome
  • Linda – Programs – Leaders & Learners – leader signup
  • Rhonda – Exhibits
  • Mark/Sandy – New England Camera Club Council
  • Ken – Introduce the judges

Information for Judges

Categories

Digital
1. Assigned Subject
2. Open Color – Class A
3. Open Color – Class B
4. Open Monochrome – Class A
5. Open Monochrome – Class B

Commenting on each photo

We ask that a judge provide a positive comment on each photo. Then, suggest how the photo might be strengthened.

Help the photographer think about a different perspective, crop, lighting, background, etc. the next time a similar situation presents itself.

Focus on suggestions for before the shutter was clicked. Try to avoid complex post-processing suggestions.

General

Run-through at start of each category

Ties resolved at end of each category

Scoring

Range: 6 to 10 by half points

Practice using the keypad. Scoring is working when your choice is displayed in the lower right corner.