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Competition Guidelines

The Broward Camera Club now includes a monthly projected digital competition.

The categories for competitions are 2 in Assigned category and 6 in General.  ALL images in both categories may be manipulated.  Of the up to 6-entries in the general category, only the top 3 scores will be used for year end totals.  When only 3 entries are in competition in the general category, all three scores will be counted toward year-end totals. Monthly scores will be accumulated for year end totals

 

If you plan to enter the Projected Digital Competition please e-mail your images to Richard Story at rstory22@gmail.com no later than 4 pm on the day before the competition. Images should be e-mailed as an ATTACHMENT to the e-mail and the SUBJECT LINE should read BCC Month Year i.e. BCC Feb 2015.

Projected images will no longer be accepted at the meeting location on the night of the meeting.
Richard Story is our Projected Digital Chairman.

Entering the Competition:  Submit up to 6 images; 2 on the assigned subject and up to 4 in the general section.  

Digital Projection Titles:
When you submit entries via e-mail for the monthly digital projection contests, please use the format below:

Assigned subject entries:
A1-Title of photo-last name
A1-Rainbow over Red Mountain-Friedland
A2-Tampa Bay at Night-Spruance

General subject entries, use capital G as in General.
G1-Title of photo-last name
G1-Bee on a Blue Flower-Friedland
G2-Blue Heron-Spruance

Spaces are only permitted in the title. Please do not use all capital letters.

Thanks,
Richard Story

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How your images will be scored during the competition.

7- Average photo that may be re submitted at the photographers discretion.
8- Better than average shot; more in compliance with a competition photo.
9- A well done capture/processed value shot.
10- An exceptional image with snap, crackle and pop!

How to crop your images for digital projection in Photoshop or Adobe Essentials.
Maximum Width = 1024 pixels  
Maxim Height = 768 pixels
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Image Size in Pixels:  Horizontal1024 max. Vertical 768max. @72-dpi. These dimensions are NOT interchangeable.

 

  

    

  

   

  

   

 

   

  

 

    

 

I hope this tutorial will help you in submitting your digital projection images,

Sincerely,
William Spruance - Member Broward Camera Club

 

 

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