APS Internal Competitions

 

Results – 2018~2019 Season

Prints 2018~2019
Projected Digital Images 2018~2019

 

Results – Previous Seasons

Prints 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14
Projected Digital Images 2017~18 2016~17 2015~16 2014~15 2013~14
Prints & PDI
Finals results
2017~18 2016~17 2015~16 2014~15 2013~14

 
And, for the Historians . . . .

Prints 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08
Projected Digital Images 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08

 

APS Internal Competition Rules and Guidance

The Amersham Photographic Society internal competition rules can be downloaded from here.

 

Further Guidance: Prints

Please bear in mind the requirements for prints submitted to the Annual Exhibition at the end of the season. Currently, this is exactly 40x50cm and using off-white mountboard.

Mounting prints

The following documents describe a number of methods for mounting your prints that you may find useful.

John Harrison’s ‘Mounting Prints’
Paul Mitchell’s ‘Conservation Mounting’
Ted Kinsey’s method

Further Guidance: PDIs

For comprehensive help with preparing your images see the following documents (All updated September 2018):

  • Images for projection must be in JPEG format (maximum quality), with maximum dimensions 1600 pixels wide x 1200 pixels high.
    Note that if a square format is used, the maximum size will therefore be 1200 x 1200 pixels.
    The most common submission error is getting the sizes the wrong way round (a 1600 high by 1200 wide image is not acceptable)
  • For predictable colours from our projector it is necessary for the image to be in the sRGB colour space.
  • Please use the same name in all submissions during a season (or let us know if you are going to change the name you use.)
  • Please avoid special characters in filenames as this confuses the software. In particular, ! ? * ‘ can cause problems.   If you want a name to be displayed using these characters, please include the desired name in the mail to the competition secretaries.

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