SET SUBJECT RULES
For the Competition year of August 2023 to June 2024, Set Subject are a component of the monthly competitions.
There will be 5 set-subject challenges each year due in September, November, February, April and June.
The images may only be EDI.
The Set Subject EDI's must have been photographed within the previous 12 months of the competition month.
Each member may submit two EDI entries for each competition month.
They will now be part of the monthly competitions.
There will be A or B Grade scoring as per regular Open entries.
This set subject challenge will now have aggregate points awarded. Set Subject images can only be included in an End of Year portfolio if they have been entered into a monthly competition during the competition year.
***** 2 EDI entries per person per Set Subject competition *****
* EDI's must be sent via the Entry Form in the Competition webpage.
SET SUBJECT TOPICS 2023/24
SET SUBJECT COMPETITION
Doors & Windows
Abstract in Nature
Please send your Set Subject EDI entries via the Competition Entry Form
SET SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONS 2023/24
The following describes each of the Set Subject Topic to provide guidance, examples and some boundaries for the set subject. Note that it is at the discretion of the Competition Secretary whether a submitted image meets the guidelines., it is
DOORS & WINDOWS - Doors and windows can say so much about our homes and buildings, including our own personality and our social culture. They send many varying messages ranging from “welcome” to “go away”. The competition brief is to photographically portray doors and\or windows with a message or a story.
A SONG - This is a conceptual topic to select a song of your choice and portray it’s message or your interpretation through a photographic image. The song must have lyrics, whereas musical pieces without lyrics are not eligible. For instance, Strauss’ The Blue Danube Waltz (aka 2001: A Space Odyssey theme) and Rocky’s Theme are not allowed.
ABSTRACT IN NATURE - Photographers often share abstract art that question the viewer’s creative mind. Often such images are found in man-made objects, but this set subject challenges you to find abstract images within the natural world (no man-made structures or elements).