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Electronic Image Division Club Competition

The Monticello Camera Club (MCC) conducts an Electronic Image Division (EID) competition on the third Tuesday of each month. This competition is open to all club members in good standing. All images submitted will be displayed on the Monticello Camera Club's website, following competition night, with recognition for advancing images. Images which advance from the Monticello Camera Club to the monthly Columbia Council of Camera Club's EID competition compete against all advancing images, from all member clubs, for Award of Merit and Honorable Mention ribbons. Advancing images are also entered into Photographic Society of America competitions, of which the Columbia Council of Camera Club's and the Monticello Camera Club are both members of.

Recent EID Competition Images

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November 2018 EID

2018 - 2019 Competition Season

 

Monthly Category Themes (G)

SEP - Night Lights
OCT - Bottles
NOV - History
DEC - Windows
JAN - Theater Marquees
FEB - Dots / Dashes / Diagonals
MAR - Industrial
APR - Teddy Bear



Competition Rules & Guidelines (2018 Revision)

The Monticello Camera Club follows the Electronic Image Division competition rules and guidelines as set forth by our parent organization, the Columbia Council of Camera Clubs (4C's). These guidelines have been revised for the 2018-2019 season.

Classes:
The Monticello Camera Club's Electronic Image Division recognizes three (3) distinct Classes for competition.
  • (T) - Traditional: Depicts a subject based on a reasonable fidelity to reality. Manipulation, if any, only artfully or delicately enhances reality.   

  • (A) - Altered Reality: Depicts photographic subjects in a substantial departure from realism. This may be accomplished through control of content, the photographic process, or post-processing.

  • (G) - Theme/Category: Depicts photographic subjects or techniques meeting the artists interpretation of the Club's monthly challenge theme or category (in either Traditional or Altered Reality).

File and Formatting:
  • Entry is not limited to images created and/or modified digitally. Images may also be acquired and/or modified traditionally and then converted to electronic format (such as by digital scanning).
  • Images must be submitted in .JPG format
  • Images should be created using the sRGB color space format
  • Images shall not exceed the pixel dimensions of 1400 (wide) by 1050 (tall)
  • Images shall not exceed a dpi value of 72
  • Image file size shall not exceed 2000kb
  • Members may submit a total of six (6) images in any class combination of the entrants choice per month
  • Image file names shall meet the following formats
    • CLASS_TITLE_ARTIST.JPG
      • Traditional Class: T_RedDoor_JoshuaSmith.jpg
      • Altered Reality Class: A_RedDoor_JoshuaSmith.jpg
      • Category Class: G_RedDoor_JoshuaSmith.jpg
    • Please Note: There are no spaces in between words. Please capitalize each new word, and place an underscore between the Class Code, Image Title, and Photographer's Name.


Submitting:
Images may be submitted either by email or in person.

Submission via email:
Members may submit their monthly EID images at any time, but no later than 11:59 PM on the Sunday preceding competition night. Be sure to attach (not embed) your images to the message. Email submissions to EID@MonticelloCameraClub.org. The EID Chair will acknowledge your submission and confirm that your entries have been received and accepted.

Submission in person:
Members may submit their monthly EID images in person to the EID Chair at any Club Meeting prior to the EID competition night, or by special arrangement made with the EID Chair. The monthly deadline of 11:59 PM on the Sunday preceding competition still applies.

Any image(s) submitted past the posted deadline will be held over for entry into the following months competition.