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AHPC 2018 Competition Subject Definitions

 

  • We strongly encourage you, well ahead of competition dates, to research ideas and techniques from a photographic point of view for all categories and definitions.
  • All competition categories and briefs will be tutored on club nights prior to the competition dates.  If you have any questions regarding these definitions or other aspects of the competitions then please don't hesitate to contact one of the committee members.
  • Please follow the Competition Rules on sizing, mounting & submitting.

 

The following are the Competition Subject Definitions which have been approved by the Program sub-committee for 2018 -

 

March 14 Competition

Print Colour - Doors &/or Windows

A colour print - featuring doors and/or windows.

Digital Colour - Open

A colour digital image - you choose the subject and composition.

Digital Mono - Textures

A monochrome digital image - featuring textures.  Remember that monochrome can be shades of red or green or any other single colour.  It doesn't have to be greys.


May 9 Competition

Print Colour: Silhouette/s

A colour print - featuring silhouette/s.

Digital Colour: An image that depicts a saying

A colour digital image - pick your favourite saying or proverb and capture it in an image. Your image should make your chosen saying -  obvious, without the words!

Digital Mono: Open

A monochrome digital image - you choose the subject and composition.  Remember that monochrome can be shades of red or green or any other single colour.  It doesn't have to be greys.


June 27 Competition

Print Mono: Open

A monochrome print - you choose the subject and composition.  Remember that monochrome can be shades of red or green or any other single colour.  It doesn't have to be greys.

Digital Colour: Repetition

A colour digital image - Patterns, emphasising a pattern or patterns or breaking the pattern. Refer to the following website: http://www.steves-digicams.com/knowledge-center/how-tos/photography-tips/what-is-pattern-photography.html#b 

Digital Mono: Photographer in the shot

A monochrome digital image - A setting of your choosing in which the presence of the photographer is not intended as your image subject, but is however captured, in whole or in part in the image. Example - Photographer's shadow or a reflection, or extremity, or part thereof.


August 8 Competition

Print Colour: Washing Day

A colour print  - featuring something from washing day.

Digital Colour: Open

A colour digital image - you choose the subject and composition.

Digital Mono: High-key or Low-key

A monochrome digital image - Pick either high-key or low-key.  The subject is open.  Get creative.  Remember that monochrome can be shades of red or green or any other single colour.  It doesn't have to be greys.


September 26 Competition

Print Colour: Human-Animal Interaction

A colour print - featuring more than people and animals. Capture them interacting.

Digital Colour: Australiana

A colour digital image - Anything relating to, or characteristically or uniquely Australian.

Digital Mono: Open

A monochrome digital image - you choose the subject and composition. Remember that monochrome can be shades of red or green or any other single colour.  It doesn't have to be greys.


November 14 Competition

Print Colour: Open

A colour print - you choose the subject and composition.

Digital Colour: Creepy Crawlies

A colour digital image - Get down low and/or get up close & personal to capture your live creepy crawly - use DoF, creativity or macro to show detail/story.

Digital Mono: Boot/s and/or Shoe/s

A monochrome digital image - featuring footwear.

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