Projected Image Competition

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These images are from Round 1 of the Rottingdean Camera Club Projected Image Competition. It was an ‘Open’ subject competition, which means that any subject under the sun is acceptable. Images may or may not be manipulated, but all elements must be the work of the photographer. For example, after-camera sharpening can prove very useful, as can altering the contrast to produce a punchier, more attractivge result.

We have external, independent, judges for all our competitions, who score entries out of a maximum twenty points. This also means we always have something to talk about when our masterpiece has been overlooked!

Hearing a judge’s comments can be useful in determining what went right or wrong with an image – at least as far as one judge is concerned. The sometimes painful joy of the process is that another judge may offer a very different opinion.
Overall, though, most judges offer very useful insights and can provide a rapid learning curve, and thus assist in improving our photography.

For more information visit the Rottingdean Camera Club website

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