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Ards Camera Club Info ...

Website: www.ardscameraclub.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/cameraclubards

Email:
ardscamerclub@yahoo.co.uk

Programme 2015 - 2016 - (Fri Evenings) Click here

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Monthly Club Competitions

For Subjects / Themes
2017 - 2018 see NIPA section below - 'Inter-Club Competitions'

Monthly
Competition Rules - click here (Amended Aug 2016)


Size of Entry:


Prints:  For all 5 rounds, prints may be any size on a maximum mount size of 40cm x 30cm


PDIs:
 Must be in jpeg format and sRGB colour space.
            Sized to a maximum of 1400 pixels wide and a maximum of 1050 pixels high.

N.B
.  A tutorial on resizing images for PDIs is available here



Annual Exhibition 2017

Closing Date for entries: Friday 21 April 2017

Exhibition - Rules - 'pdf' file

Entry form - Prints - 'pdf' file - (2017)
Entry form - Prints - 'Word' .doc - (2017)

Entry form - PDIs - 'pdf' file - (2017)
Entry form - PDIs - 'Word' .doc - (2017)



Triptych / Three Related Images Competition Rules - click here (Amended Mar 2012)


Projected Digital Images (PDI) - Resizing Tutorial - click here



Latest hand in dates at the club for other NIPA Competitions
 2016 - 2017

(New dates will be added when available)
(These dates are to enable entries to be taken to the respective NIPA council meeting)


Entry Forms and Rules are in the NIPA section below


NIPA Roy Finlay Memorial Natural History Competition
Latest hand in date at club: Friday 28th October 2016


NIPA Novice Competition

Latest hand in date at club: Friday 3rd March 2017

NIPA Audio-Visual Festival


NIPA Annual Print Exhibition and

NIPA Projected Digital Image (PDI) Exhibition





The above dates may be subject to change.




Constitution/Rules and Child Protection Policy

Ards Camera Club Constitution/Rules -
click here

Child Protection Policy -
click here
(Ards Camera Club has adopted the NIPA Child Protection Policy)




NIPA (Northern Ireland Photographic Association) Info ... 
NIPA

NIPA Website: www.niphoto.co.uk


NIPA on Facebook
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Subjects / Themes for NIPA Inter-Club Competitions 2017 - 2018


Round 1  'Open'

Round 2  'Open'

Round 3  'Infrastructure'


'NIPA Definition (Round 3)' -The structures, systems, and facilities serving the economy of a country, city, town, or area, including the services and facilities necessary for its economy to function.

Examples:

• Airports
• Bridges
• Canals
• Coastal Management
• Dams
• Electricity
• Energy
• Hospitals
• Lighthouses

• Pipelines
• Ports
• Mass Transit
• Schools
• Railways
• Roads
• Telecommunication
• Tunnels
• Utilities


Round 4  'Open'

Round 5  'Food Photography'

'NIPA Definition (Round 5)' - A still life photography genre used to create attractive still life photographs of food and drink.


Size of Entry:

Prints:  For all 5 rounds, prints may be any size on a maximum mount size of 40cm x 30cm

PDIs:  Must be in jpeg format and sRGB colour space.
            Sized to a maximum of 1400 pixels wide and a maximum of 1050 pixels high.

N.B
.  A tutorial on resizing images for PDIs is available here

 

Calumet - sponsor for NIPA competition rounds, one to five for 2016 / 2017


PAGB (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain) Info ... 
PAGB


PAGB website:

www.thepagb.org.uk

 


PAGB Newsletters

The PAGB produces an e-mail newsletter, e-news. Anyone can subscribe to the newsletter circulation list.

Click here for your free subscription also Current and Back Issues of e-news.



PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit


The Awards are open to all members of Clubs affiliated to the PAGB through their Federations and are at three levels:

Credit (CPAGB)
Distinction (DPAGB)
Master (MPAGB)


Click here for full details

Awards for Photographic Merit - further info



PAGB Inter-Federation Print and PDI Competitions

Selection of award winning images

Click here to see some of the award winning images entered in recent PAGB print, slide and PDI competitions. This will give you an idea of the standard throughout the UK.