Be sure to enter the league monthly competitions.
The monthly league competition
Over the course of the year, eight rounds of our league competition take place. Four of these rounds are themed, the other four are open.
Tutorials or information nights may be held for the themed rounds where appropriate.
Members may enter up to three images per round using any mixture of colour prints, monochrome prints or projected (digital) images.
It’s easy to enter
With current restrictions the entry rules are relaxed until further notice. The three images entered can be any combination of color and/or mono. That is: 3 color, 3 mono or any other mix of shots – color and mono.
In order for club members to have their work judged against national standards, this competition will be judged by an external judge with each image scored out of 30.
A complete guide and rules to all club competitions can be found here.
Click the buttons below to see the top scoring images from previous Monthly League photo competition.
Sizing and other notes on image submission
There is a specific way that the images need to be sized, named and labelled. As in previous competitions, the optimum image size for submission of images in any category is 1080px on the short side.
“There are links below to some help documents which I hope you will find useful. You will also see a link to download a Photoshop Action. The action will take all the hard work out of resizing for the monthly competition submissions.” Paul Flynn
Photoshop Action download (Zip file, unzip to use)
Any questions can be directed to our competition secretary who can be reached via our ‘contact‘ page.
When it is time to enter – just click the entry button on this page to go to a competition inbox. You can then log-in and upload your photos!
The images you enter have to be labelled as in this following example:
The “CCG01” is your assigned Comp ID Number (each competitor has a unique number).
The “%” symbol is a separating symbol – it MUST be present!
“BallycottonLighthouse” is the place for your image name.