The following are some comments and tips from Judges experienced in evaluating Architectural images. They are offered here to give you a judge’s perspective on what makes a good architecture image. Judging Architecture Images – Tom Stephens Nov 2018 As … Continue reading →
The “Event” theme has been removed from the topic list for next season due to constraints associated with COVID-19. Continue reading →
Note: The order of the assigned categories shown below is tentative. The final calendar for the 2020-21 season will be set in August 2020. Submission dates will be shown in the calendar (Events/deadlines) when available. The “Event” theme has been … Continue reading →
The Nature Trophy Competition is a special competition that invites submission of photographs that capture the natural world. It recognizes that nature can be observed all around us, but it needs to be appreciated from time-to-time away from human influences. … Continue reading →
Rules for the Nature Trophy Competition Nature Definition Nature Photography is restricted to the use of the photographic process to depict all branches of natural history, except anthropology and archaeology. The image can include landscapes, geologic formations, weather phenomena, and … Continue reading →
Submission dates are shown in the calendar (Events/deadlines) Images submitted for the Assigned Topics category must originate in camera no earlier than September 1 of the start of the previous club season. That means for the season.
The Ontario Council of Camera Clubs, formerly known as the Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs is an association of about two dozen photography clubs in the Greater Toronto area and surrounding areas in the province of Ontario, Canada. At present … Continue reading →
Prints must be within the specified size range and be mounted according to instructions.
One annual photo essay competition is held each year. A Photoessay is a presentation of a selection of images on a topic and it may have an audio track.
Detailed information about sizing of images, uploading, etc
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The RHCC has the following club policies to which members are required to follow to maintain their membership in good standing: RHCC policies regarding images that are considered acceptable for competitions
The Richmond Hill Camera Club is a member of CAPA. CAPA runs approximately 10 to 12 competitions per year and for most of them there is a club entry, which consists of 6 images from 6 different photographers. Our CAPA … Continue reading →
Occasionally we have an evening of entertainment when members are invited to submit short photo stories, comprising of 3 to 5 images which tell a story. This is strictly for entertainment and is a non-competitive event.
The Phoenix competition is a second chance for images that were entered in any of the year’s regular competitions and did not place 1st, 2nd or 3rd.