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The PSNZ Canon National exhibition is an annual salon held in conjunction with the PSNZ National Convention. It is open to persons residing in New Zealand and PSNZ members living overseas.

NATEX selectors at work.

NATEX selectors at work.

Images can be submitted in the following categories:

  • Nature Prints
  • Nature Projected Images
  • Open Prints
  • Open Projected Images

The club hosting Natex invites two panels of selectors to preside over the selection process which is conducted following a set of Rules and Guidelines as established by PSNZ. A number of trophies, medals and awards are given to the successful photographers to honour their work.

Selectors: Members of the selection panel are announced at the time of calling for submissions of images.

In 2017, The PSNZ Canon National Exhibition (Natex) is being organised by the Henderson Photographic Society in conjunction with the 65th PSNZ National Convention which is being hosted by Auckland Photographic Society.

PSNZ acknowledges the long standing support of Canon New Zealand with sponsorship of both Natex and the National Convention.

National Exhibition Awards

The following trophies may be awarded, with ONE award being made to any one print or projected image.

Prints Only:

The Maadi Challenge Cup and Gold Medal for the Champion Monochrome print.

The George Chance Trophy and Gold Medal for the Champion Colour print.

The H.S. James Award and Gold Medal for the best Landscape print.

The Shirley Peverill Memorial Trophy and Gold Medal for the best print illustrating photojournalism.

The Ronald D Woolf Youth Award and Silver Medal for the best print entered by a photographer under the age of 25 years at 1st January of the Exhibition year.

The William C. Davies Memorial Trophy and Gold Medal for the print best illustrating New Zealand Natural History.  The decisions shall be based on the scientific interest and value of the entries, as well as photographic skills displayed.

Projected Images Only:

The Robinson Cup and Gold Medal for the Champion Projected image.

The Brian Brake Memorial Award and Gold Medal for the best Projected Image illustrating photojournalism.

The Eric Young Memorial Trophy and Gold Medal for the best Landscape projected image.

The Arthur Bates Trophy and Gold Medal for the Champion Monochrome projected image.

The Geoff Moon Nature Trophy and Gold Medal for the best projected image illustrating New Zealand Natural History. The decisions shall be based on the scientific interest and value of the entries, as well as photographic skills displayed.

Prints and Projected Images

The Richard Ratcliff Marine Award, a Plaque and Silver Medal for the best Maritime print or projected image.

Other:

The selectors may make the following awards in each section:

  •     Silver Medals – maximum of two
  •     Bronze Medals – maximum of three
  •     Honours Ribbons – maximum of five

The overriding requirement being that the total of the above awards and trophies is not more than 10 percent (10%) of the number accepted in each section, and not less than five percent (5%).

An acceptance card will be issued for each print and projected image accepted.

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