Judging Evening – “People”. Entries Closing at Midnight for “Monochrome”

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Judging Evening – “People”.

Entries closing at Midnight for “Monochrome”.

Definition –

An image is considered to be Monochrome only if it gives the impression of having no colour (i.e. contains only shades of grey which can include pure black and pure white) OR it gives the impression of being a greyscale image that has been toned in one colour across the entire image. (For example by Sepia, red, blue, etc.)  A greyscale or multi-coloured image modified or giving the impression of having been modified by partial toning, multi-toning or by the inclusion of spot colouring does not meet the definition of monochrome and shall be classified as a Colour Work.

Judging Evening – “Monochrome”. Entries closing for “Colour” at Midnight on Monday 2nd October

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Judging Evening – “Monochrome”.

Due to the Public Holiday, Entries for “Colour”closing at the usual time of Midnight on MONDAY, 2nd OCTOBER. Prints may be delivered to the club on Tuesday 3rd October.

Definition – “Colour”.

Any image that is not monochrome. There is no right or wrong way to use colour in photography. Together with light, colour is one of the most important elements of photography. It affects everything from composition and visual appeal to the viewer’s attention and emotions. Understanding some colour theory, both the colour you photograph and the colour you edit, will help you use it more creatively in your photographs. The key is to understand enough and put it into practice frequently so you can subconsciously make it part of your photography.