Lynda McKay was the Calgary Camera Club top photographer for 2016 - 2017.
Updated: 16 Jan 2019
Willem Botha Award.
Willem Botha Award.
Here are the links to the Competition:
Competition two is open. This competition is an open category, which means you can submit any two pictures of your choosing and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission will close the end of day, Thursday, November 1.
We are looking forward to seeing your fantastic photography!! And please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you have.
CAPA Information Bulletin – Judging Guidelines - used by Calgary Camera Club
This Bulletin offers information to Clubs and Judges about CAPA/ACAP recommendations for Judging. Following these guidelines will help to standardize judging across Canada.
CAPA/ACAP’s judging is a point system, from 1 to 10 points each by three judges (maximum total score=30). This system provides a wide scope for honest and accurate evaluation of each photo. Scores should follow these guidelines.
1,2,3 - Extremely poor to poor, with serious faults Fair, possibly minor faults
4,5 - Good
6,7, 8 - Excellent
9,10 - Exceptional
1, 2 and 3 should be rarely used. When assigning a score to an image, remember that one of the objectives of competition is to encourage the members who are competing and not to discourage their efforts. The score of an average image should be 6 or 7 out of 10.
Here is a link to Ric Matkowski's Presentation on resizing images for CCC competitions. Use the scroll bar on the right side to view the complete Presentation.
Latest Update for Member Scores
There was some confusion as to what level members were suppose to submit photos for the Competition. To clearify this you can check what level you are by clicking on this link. < Click Here > If there are questions check with Michael Squance.
December CAPA Newsleter is now online < Click Here to View >
CAPA Newsletter for January < Click Here >
Here is the link to Stuart Dryden's website. Stuart was our CCC presenter on 16 Jan 2019