SPF Digital Championship

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When:
19th November 2017 all-day
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Where:
Stirling Court Hotel
Stirling FK9 5PH
UK

The SPF Digital Championship is a club competition open to projected digital images (PDIs), held in November each year. It is judged in front of an audience by three judges. Entries are submitted in advance by the club. Club and individual awards are made. After two rounds the top 8 Clubs contest the Final, the remaining clubs contest the Plate Trophy. The top two clubs from the Final are invited to represent the SPF at the PAGB Digital Championship (click here) held the following July.

All SPF Club Members can attend this event whether you, or your club, have entered the competition. The cost of admission to the event is £5. No pre-booking is required. Come along to a great day and see over 700 Projected Images from all over Scotland.

From 2016 – Four additional individual awards will be presented – Best Nature, Best Creative, Best Landscape and Best Portrait with Judge’s Choices and Best Overall.

Please see Nature Definition (click here) for what is eligible for the Nature Award. The other award categories do not have a definition and will be defined by the Judges.

NEW 2017 – Maximum File size now 1600 x 1200 but smaller file sizes are still accepted.

The Judges for this year’s event are –

Colin Trow-Poole MPAGB FRPS FIPF from Arden, MCPF

Gwen and Phil Charnock FRPS MFIAP from Wigan, L&CPU

Entries must be submitted in advance – Only one person must collate and submit all entries from a club, this is usually the Club’s Competition Secretary – Maximum Bank of 40 Images; Minimum required 20 – Max 25% nature in any one round – 1st Round Entry selected in advance (8 Images, max 2 per author) – Someone must attend to select your following rounds on the day – Round 2 must be all new images from the bank (8 Images, max 2 per author) – Plate (10 images) and Final Rounds (20 images) you can reuse any images – Images from your ‘bank’ not projected can be used in future years.