Internal Print Competitions


Prints must be submitted to the Print Secretary at the meeting that takes place one week prior to the competition. In addition PDI images of your entries must also be
e-mailed directly to the
Print Secretary with the requisite Exif file information and in the same format as for PDI competitions prior to the competition taking place. Please do not use file sharing services to send these files. Follow the instructions in the Image Authoring Advice section on the Documents page of this site if in doubt.

♦ Images MUST be on a 50cm x 40cm mount. This is a universal and specified size of
   print mount which was established to avoid damage caused by smaller prints to
   others when placed in a pile prior to judging. Prints should be in a Window Mount
   however a “full page bleed flush mounted image”, namely one that covers the whole
   area oft he mount, is also acceptable but please note that damage to the print edges
   during handling may occur. Please ask if you need help cutting mounts.

♦ Minimum print area 308 sq cm (48 sq inches).
   Equates to approximately 20.5 x 15.02 cm or 8 x 6 inches.

♦ Image title and the name of the photographer to be clearly shown on the rear of the
   mount in the top left hand corner when viewed from the back.

♦ The front of the image shall not show any identification as to the photographer.

♦ Printed borders – as required by yourself.

♦ Note that pre-cut-to-size mount-board, backing board and masking tape can
   be purchased through the club at bulk prices. Please speak to Vic Hainsworth
   (01206 562993) for details.


You are urged to review the rules and other details relating to our competitions and take careful note of the changes that may have occurred from last season.

Internal Print Comp Dates 2021


2021 Competitions


See information here




Follow us on social media

CPS Privacy Statement - CPS Data Protection Policy - StatCounter use

Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the East Anglian Federation

All images remain the copyright of their authors