Set Subject Print Competitions

Set Subject Print Images

 

Important: Please read ALL instructions on this page before uploading. This page is for Print Set Subject only.

Click to upload Set Subject PRINT image files

When you use the “Click to upload” link (above or below), you will notice that all of the current seasons Set Subjects are listed. Please note that you are NOT expected to upload them all at once.

The list below shows all of this seasons (2021-22) Set Subjects. The Programme will tell you when each Print competition is being held. Your image must be uploaded by midnight on the date shown (the Sunday before the competition).

Your images should be no larger than 1600 pixels wide or 1200 pixels tall (whichever is the greater), they should be in the sRGB colour space and saved as a JPEG. An image produced as a Print and entered into a Print competition shall not be used to enter a PDI competition and vice-verse.

Each Print can only be entered ONCE. If an error is made no action will be taken on the night (we will need to check our records). For the first error the member will be given either their average score for the season or the score on the night – whichever is the lowest (no advantage is gained but neither is there a serious disadvantage). For a second or subsequent error a zero score will be given.

Upload your Image files via the Set Subject Print Email Forms (above or below) by midnight on the Sunday before the competition using the file naming format:–
Title_Your Name.jpg e.g. Mountains and Lakes_Joseph Bloggs.jpg

Then print your images and bring them along on competition night.

Click to upload Set Subject PRINT image files

 

The Print Set subjects for 2021-22 with their provisional dates are:-

 

Print 1 – Forms in Nature (14th October 2021)
‘Form’ refers to shape. Nature may be flora or fauna. So we are looking for images which really pick out ‘shape. It could be a silhouette or interlocking shapes or a repeating pattern of natural shapes or …….? The ‘form’ should be the main aspect or feature of the image.

Print 2 – Celebrations (10th February 2022)
The image should depict any form of celebration. An achievement, a win, a score in sport, a birthday or anniversary – the list goes on. Use your imagination but just make sure that ‘celebration’ is obvious.

Print 3 – Decay (2nd June 2022)
This can be decay in the broadest sense. It could be in nature such as a decaying plant or flower but it could also be decay in a derelict ruined building or in any other way that you might interpret it. ‘Decay’ should be obvious and prominent in the image.