East Dunbartonshire Photo Competition
Entries to be handed in to the Auld Kirk Museum, Cowgate, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, G66 1HN.
The museum will receive entries from: Tuesday 11thSeptember until Saturday 15th September, 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm.(LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED)
An exhibition of entries will be held from:
Saturday 22nd September – 25th October
in the Auld Kirk Museum, Cowgate, Kirkintilloch.
The museum is open between 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm, Tuesday – Saturday (closed Sunday and Monday)
Details & Entry form for the East Dunbartonshire Photo Competition can be downloaded from this LINK.
EDC Photo comp entry form 2018 (b)
2018 Summer Pictures Guidance Note
Following the success of last year’s Summer Images event, Committee have decided to include a similar event this season. Again, as with last year, the formal competition format with nominated subjects has been replaced with a more informal event, which requires Summer Pictures taken in and around East Dunbartonshire. The main reason for the changes to the format of the event is to make it a less formal affair and thereby encourage new members and less experienced members to enter. There are no set subjects for the event, we are simply looking for interesting images you have taken over the summer months in and around East Dunbartonshire.
This is an opportunity for you to present to the membership a small selection of Digital Images which you think will be of interest because they show:-
- Events you attended
- Places you visited
- People you met
- Or anything else
The only requirement is that the images must have been taken in and around East Dunbartonshire during this summer. The images will not be judged and it would add to the presentation if you were able to tell us of the story behind the images.
Remember, they do not have to be competition quality images. If you have been somewhere interesting and have simply taken a few snaps on a compact camera then we would still like to see them.
The event will take place on our opening night (Monday 3rd September 2018), so if you wish to display your images, please email the images to Ian Doig at Aggsbaggs@sky.com by Monday 27th August 2018. If you are unable to email the images to Ian then save the images to a memory stick and bring it along on the night. Please note that your presentation should be restricted to a maximum of 15 digital images.
Images must be either JPEG of TIFF format & resized to a format size of 1600 pixels wide x 1200 pixels tall, at 96dpi resolution, which accords with the new SPF competition standard.
If you have any queries please email Ian or speak to him on 07836 683603.
News from member Fiona Brims:
I am happy to announce that we have the Norse Dragon Armoury – Props ,Costumes and Photography coming back to Scotland in conjunction with World Of Wings Birds Of Prey Centre.
So for 1 weekend only. 11th and 12th of August Models are
The fantastic Richard Carter and the phenomenal Becky Weatherley
Cost for this is £100
again booking is essential.
if you missed it last time this is your chance!
see details of Norse Dragon Armoury >> https://www.facebook.com/norsedragonarmoury/
Images from the Digital GDPU competition will be shown at the club on the 19th Feb, along with judges comments.
Please note that the Interclub competition with Airdrie & Coatbridge will be held at home of Kirkintilloch CC club rooms at Eastside on 22nd Jan 2018.
You may have seen on Facebook that we are, once again, experiencing problems with our planned speaker for next Monday. To fill in we have decided to bring forward the “Be a Judge for the Evening” night, which you will recall was to be our fill in event for the night of the storm. This will be an informal fun night which involves members judging around 40 images provided by the Scottish Photographic Circle. All members will be given a score sheet and an information sheet which will provide hints and tips on judging. One of our own judges will also judge the images to let you see how your scores compare with a “professional” assessment, however, his scoring will be kept secret until the end of the judging.
After tea we will go over the images in more detail and our judge will reveal his score and give some feedback on his assessment of the images. Just to add a bit of competition to the occasion we will be giving away a prize for the person who gets closest to the judges cumulative score.
Please bring along a pen or pencil.
Look forward to seeing you on Monday.
Kirkintilloch Camera Club (SCIO)Syllabus Change 30th Oct