Rossmoor Camera Club

HOW TO ENTER A COMPETITION

How do you as a member enter this competition? For new members and old members alike, let me [Stu] give several basis rules:

An email needs to be send to
rossmoorlw@gmail.com

Be sure to spell the name of the club and the email address correctly. Note deadline.
Each paid member may enter up to 2 Prints (Matted) and up to 2 Digital photos. The Digital entries must be attached
to the email. The matted prints are to be listed by title, but must be brought to the competition by the photographer or a friend. Of course,
if a photographer wants to enter only 1 digital work, or 1 print and 2 digital works, etc., then this is possible.

EXAMPLE OF THE EMAIL:

General, Mary Todd, Photograph of my Husband

or, Advanced, Franklin Roosevelt, My European Comrades

(Use the level that you are at in the club: General or Advanced, new members are considered General until they win often.)

On the back only of the matted Prints, include, level, name, short title, and ARROW of direction for the TOP,. so that the entry can be placed correctly in the light box.
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FULL EXAMPLE OF THE EMAIL:

Martha Washington is submitting 2 prints and 2 digitals for the Interior of Building Competition.

Print: General, Martha Washington, Dining Room at Mount Vernon [remember, short titles of 30 or less characters to include spaces]

Print: General, Martha Washington, Barn Loft at Mount Vernon


Digital: General, Martha Washington, Laundry Room Mount Vernon [be sure to attach this digital photograph]

Digital: General, Martha Washington, Grand Ballroom Philadelphia [remember no commas or punctuation in title]


Thanks, Martha "X" Washington SEE ATTACHED
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(The titles of the digitals can be no more than 30 characters on the computer to include spaces and characters. No punctuation, no exclamation points, no question marks, no possessive marks--no nothing) (Russians love to use double negatives.)

Cheers,   Stu Lillard
 
Stewart Lillard         301-598-5181       
slmeigs1836@yahoo.com