Norwich & District Photographic Society shall be competing today in the St. Ives Interprint Print Competition 2020.
Members of the Society who wish to enter images to be selected for the NDPS entry must do so by Tuesday 26th November. Digital images should be submitted via the NDPS website using the the ‘other competition’ option. Files should be named as the following example:
TITLE OF IMAGE_Bill Smith_STIVES
Mounted prints of those images selected for the NDPS entry shall be required by Tuesday 21st January
Full details of the competition rules can also be downloaded from the ‘members’ area’ of the NDPS website.
Images submitted by a Member for inclusion in the NDPS entry must be solely their copyright and other intellectual property rights and must not infringe any copyright or other intellectual property right of any third-party.
About the Competition
Each club shall enter 8 prints. Prints may be monochrome, colour or a combination of both.
The minimum print surface area is 300 cm2 with one side at least 20cm long. The maximum print size, including the mount, should not exceed 40 x 50 cm Any border surrounding the printed image will not be considered when determining the print size.
No more than 2 prints may be entered by any one photographer who, in turn may only represent one club.
All prints must be mounted with the photographer’s name, club, print title, numbered (1-8) on the back
Prints must not be entered which are identical or significantly similar to prints entered in any previous St Ives Interprint competition.
All entries must originate from a photographic image (or images) taken by the photographer. The copyright of all elements of a picture must be at the disposal of the photographer. Clip-art and royalty-free images are not permitted.
Where manipulation or adjustment has been applied this must have been carried out by the photographer of the original image/s.
St Ives encourages clubs to showcase their best work in this competition. The competition is an open competition and all genres of photography may be entered in colour or monochrome.
Images depicting nature subjects should comply with the Nature Definition* of the PAGB + EAF definition (as agreed with RPS and PSA, May 2014). In this respect the integrity of the photographer of any nature image is implicitly relied upon.
St Ives Photographic Club (SIPC) shall arrange the time, date, and venue and provide an independent judge. They will also inform participating clubs of these arrangements in good time.
The club receiving the highest total score will be the winner. The Judge will make an award to the author of the best print. The Judge may be requested to make further awards at the discretion of the SIPC Committee.
Participating clubs are responsible for collecting their own entries at the end of the competition or enclosing any relevant postage and packaging.
The competition is held annually and is open by invitation from SIPC. Clubs will be accepted in the order the invitation acceptances are received up to a maximum of 30 clubs.