Annual Projected Image Sequence & Print Panel Competition Rules
This competition is open to both Standard and Advanced Members. There is no formal handing in but it will help the projectionist if memory sticks etc with slide sequences on can be provided before the competition night.
2. Projected Image Sequence
Projected Image sequences are to comprise of sequential related material and consist of a minimum of 4 images up to a maximum of 8 images per sequence.
Digital images should be submitted to a resolution of no more than 300ppi with an image size of 1600px x1200px on digital media CD, memory stick (stick preferred) etc. The images forming the sequence should be contained within a folder bearing the sequence title. The individual images should only be ‘named’ by their sequence position number, e.g. 1.jpeg, 2.jpeg etc. Images should be virus checked before submission for the competition.
3. Print Panel
Print Panels are to comprise of either:
3.1 Print Panels
A minimum of 4 prints of any size, comprising of related material mounted on a single board. There is no minimum print size or maximum number of prints but the individual images must be of an adequate size to view.
The panel Title must appear on a print panel.
The board should be of adequate strength for transportation and display and must not exceed a maximum size of 33” x 23” (84cm x 58cm).
3.2 Individual Print Panels
A minimum of 4 with a maximum of 8 individual mounted prints comprising of related material.
Individual prints should be mounted on board of adequate strength for display. The overall size of each board on which the individual print is mounted must not exceed 20” x 16” (50 cm x 40 cm).
Individual prints comprising a panel must bear the title of the panel and indicate the position of each print in the panel by means of a number (on the reverse side of the mount).
Print Panels or Projected Image sequences entered in previous years competitions are not eligible for entry in this competition but images entered as single images in previous club competitions can be.