The competition requires members to submit 3 images with each image being from a different genre. A member may submit 1 set of 3 prints and 1 set of 3 DPIs. The usual cut-off for submissions apply, ie, PDIs and print titles must be submitted no later than midnight the Monday prior to the competition. Prints can then be delivered on the night no later than 7.15pm.
Please remember that an image is allowed to be used twice in INTERNAL competitions before it needs to be retired. If an image has already been entered, including as part of a panel competition, and it is used again then it will be ineligible for any further competitions, including the annual.
Each image will be judged individually and then each members image scores be added together to provide an overall score for that member. A member may therefore achieve a maximum score of 60 for their submission either print or DPI.
To assist with members the following is a list of genre you can find on the following website http://www.buzzle.com/articles/types-of-photography.html. This may not be the most appropriate or comprehensive list and indeed may be in conflict with our own or other photographic organisations definition, but its a decent guide to start with. For the purposes of this competition only, the sub heading should be considered as different genre, for example, under Nature Photography the sub headings of Landscape, Wildlife, Underwater, Seascapes and Cloudscapes would be different genre and the same would apply under Photojournalism. However we must emphasis this is for this competition only.