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Annual Exhibition 2nd March to 28th March 2015
2014 to 2015 SeasonEvery one is welcome to view the exhibition. It is open during the day and early evening.
An Annual Exhibition of Work by members of Croydon Camera Club is at:
The Clocktower Café is part of the main library complex.
You may download a copy of the Bulletin for Spring 2015 (4Mb), which contains photographs and information about the exhibition.View the location on a GOOGLE MAP.
||The viewing days are Monday 2nd March to Saturday 28th March 2015, at the times the Clocktower Café is open.|
||The Clocktower café is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm.|
|Judged by:||Clive Tanner FRPS DPAGB|
Opening Night: Monday 2nd March 2015, 7:00pm
Our guest of honour is yet to be announced.
The event is being held at the Click Clock Gallery in Katharine Street, Croydon, which is in the Croydon central library complex (the same venue as for PHOTO 2014 last year). Light refreshments will be served.
It will be staged over the four weeks from Monday 2nd March to Saturday 28th March .
General Information For Club Members
Please attach the appropriate entry forms:
Entries for all three exhibition categories (prints, DPI’s) must be received no later than the club on Wednesday 15th January, when we have a scheduled print competition to be judged by ??.
Prints must be submitted for judging on 40x50cm card mounts, regardless of the actual picture size, as they will all be exhibited in frames that accommodate this size. Exhibitors at PHOTO 2014 will already have such frames. New exhibitors will need to provide them. Further information on this will be given early in February, but please wait for this before making any purchase.
If you intend to exhibit please follow the rules to the letter, particularly those relating to the following.
- A JPEG image must accompany each print entry. For the information of newer members and others who may be
exhibiting for the first time, the need for 1024x768 JPEG copies is to enable the exhibits to be projected.
JPEGs must be in the usual 1024 x768 sRGB format as used
for our internal DPI competitions.
- DPI entries to be submitted in TWO sizes (1024x768 and 1920x1080). The 1920x1080 size is needed for projection to a TV screen at the exhibition. Please make sure that all JPEGs are copies of the actual final exhibition image, whichever its entry category, after all post-production.
Any prints that have been produced by traditional darkroom means from film originals will be copied digitally to give JPEGs.
If you have any question on any of the above or the exhibition rules, please ask a member of the exhibition committee - Bill Yates (chair), Wally Conquy, Chris Davis, and Ron Barker.
Richard Frankfurt Photographic Ltd
45-49 Gladstone Road
Snappy Snaps Croydon for your printing and processing needs.
Beaver Water World; photographic days out at Tatsfield.
Picture Partnership for the hire of photographic studios.
The Royal Photographic Society (RPS).
Hairy Goat London tours; one of the best things to do in London.
ProAm Imaging high-quality on-line printing service.
Croydon Camera Centre pre-owned equipment (Leica specialist).
Poppy IT Services computer repairs and upgrades, software and related services.
Longridge mount cutting systems for artists and photographers.
|Wednesday 14th January 2015:||LAST DAY to submit Digital entries for the Exhibition.|
|Wednesday 14th January 2015:||LAST DAY to submit Print entries for the Exhibition. Do not submit Prints framed. Prints will be mounted in frames much nearer the exhibition date.|
|Sunday 1st March 2015 10:00am:||All PHOTO 2015 Exhibitors to attend the Clocktower Café to setup their exhibits.|
|Monday 2nd March 2015. 7:00pm:||Opening of the Annual Exhibition, PHOTO 2015, at the Clocktower Café.|
|Saturday 28th March 2015:||Close of the Annual Exhibition, PHOTO 2015, at the Clocktower Café.|
Prints are to be mounted on 40x50cm card as used by most club members entering our normal internal print competitions. This is regardless of the image size, and is a stipulation in the exhibition rules that will be distributed to all members.
We are also recommending RIBBA frames (Catalogue reference: 60132521), sold by IKEA at £7.25 each. These are not only the required size, and light in weight, but they also have the necessary wood surrounds suitable for the attachment of metal plates that will enable them to be screwed securely to the café walls. (Most of the other readily available inexpensive frames have flexible plastic surrounds and are therefore totally unsuitable.)