28th FIAP Projected Images Biennial. Autumn Colours.



Calling for Digital Autumn Colour images.

This subject has been selected because we really, really, want to get into the top 10 countries in the world. We can only do this with your help. Submit up to three images please; the subject being “Autumn Colours” – abstract and/or in focus NZ or overseas scenes, it just has to interpret autumn. The South Island is beautiful in autumn – so come on; share your work…PLEASE. We know you have stunning images!

Indonesia is hosting the 28th FIAP Projected Images Biennial, which is being judged on 26 June.  PSNZ members and members of any Affiliated Clubs are invited to submit up to three images illustrating the subject “Autumn Colours” for consideration for selection in a 20 image PSNZ portfolio.

The image files must be JPEG 1024, 72 dpi, 2400 pixels on the longest side.

Please email no more than three images to lynnmc@ihug.co.nz  between now and the 25th May.

Geof Beals

Image submitted by Geoff Beals

They do not have to be taken in New Zealand. If you don’t receive an acknowledgement it will mean that Lynn hasn’t received your images – so please try again.

The entry is free; selection of the portfolio will be by three Auckland Photographers. Results are expected in early July.  Selection results for the PSNZ set will be advised to entrants before 26 June.  Medals and Honours Ribbons will be awarded to the best 10 nations.  One FIAP Gold medal, two FIAP Silver medals and three FIAP bronze medals will also be awarded to works of exceptional quality from all the national entries.

Each of our selected entry authors will receive a CD which will include at least one PSNZ image. In addition, each selected PSNZ entry counts as an Acceptance for the purposes of FIAP Distinctions.

All unsuccessful entries will be destroyed immediately after the selection process.  Files for the successful entries will be held until after the catalogue has been distributed and then destroyed.

Thank you

Lynn Clayton & Brian Cudby

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