Night For Day: Road Crews, Ramses Madina
The RAPC is hosting the Interclub Competition which will take place in Clark Hall. The topic is AT WORK/ON THE JOB.
The Interclub Competition involves four local clubs:
Camera Club of Ottawa
Club de photographie Polarisé de l'Outaouais
RA Photo Club
Club Photo Orléans Photo Club
We will have an open bar in the Clark Hall starting at 6:30 pm with the formal evening starting at 7:30 pm. It is a great opportunity to meet members from other local clubs and see some great photographs that have been submitted to the competition. The theme for the 2017/18 competition will be announced at the end of the evening. Attendance is open to all members of the participating clubs.
Topic: Faces & Figures
A photographic portrait which is a representation of a living person, especially the face, OR a photograph in which the subject, the human body, is the primary interest.
Entries are limited to POSED photographs of one or more human beings. The backgrounds may include statues or paintings of people, providing these are NOT the primary subject.
Pet and animal portraits are excluded.
There are no restrictions on location (indoors or outdoors) nor on lighting (ambient or artificial) however both must be CONSIDERED and CONTROLLED.
You may enter up to two entries into the assignment category.
You may enter a single general entry, whether or not you enter the asignment category.
Bruce Wilson Winner 2015
The Bruce Wilson Competition is held annually, early May. It is a black and white (monotone) print competition. The five prints can be related either as a “series” connected to each other in some way or as a “sequence” with a storyline. Registration is limited to 15 members and completed through the EVENTS tab on our website. The lead for the Bruce Wilson is the Chair of the Competitions Committee.
The competition is held in memory of the late Bruce Wilson, a senior member of the RA Photo Club and former competitions manager who died in January 1998. Bruce earned his promotion to Senior level mostly with high-quality black-and-white prints. Hence all the entries in the competition that bears his name are monochrome prints.
Willie McElligott will give us a behind the scenes look at the two year process it took to produce his book, about which one commentator has said "Ottawa is about to change in many ways and McElligott has captured the moment and the feelings we are about to step into an exciting future. Here, in these pages, is what we were like before we changed forever.”