Lions Gate Camera Club is pleased to invite all camera clubs in British Columbia and Yukon to enter our 17th annual photograph competition.
Celebration of Nature Photography 2022 All images submitted for this competition will be judged by a panel of three leading nature photographers completely independent of Lions Gate Camera Club.
Each club is invited to submit up to SIX images of our natural world, using the attached guidelines for Nature/Wildlife photography.
This is a REMINDER to get your images for this competition to our club for selection to this competition. We have to select/judge the images and submit them by November 1st.
It is fall, 2021 and Lion’s Gate is having their 17th Annual Celebration of Nature competition. Crescent Beach has some wonderful nature photographers so enter 3 of your best nature photos you have.
Lions Gate Camera Club is pleased to invite all camera clubs in British Columbia and Yukon to enter our 17th annual photograph competition. Celebration of Nature Photography 2022 All images submitted for this competition will be judged by a panel of three leading nature photographers completely independent of Lions Gate Camera Club.
There are four categories in this competition:
01 – Botanical – subjects such as wild-ﬂowers, plants, trees, fungi and algae.Germinated and grown without human assistance.
02 – Nature – animals, birds, insects, reptiles and marine subjects – under the control and feeding of humans if not obvious – such as zoos, game farms, animal preserves, aquarium, etc…
03 – Landscape – subjects such as weather phenomena, geological formations, landscapes, seascapes and natural phenomena, planets, stars and astronomical events – no hand of man.
04 – Wildlife – ONLY living and untamed mammals, birds, insects, reptiles and marine subjects – no hand of man.
To assist you in determining if your image qualiﬁes for this competition, you must comply with the details contained in the CAPA Nature/Wildlife Competition Checklist attached. The Checklist provides clariﬁcation for each theme and what type of editing is and is not acceptable. and is not acceptable.
Dimensions: Maximum horizontal size: 1400 pixels and Maximum vertical size:
1050 pixels (i.e. Club sized). Note: One of the dimensions must be exactly the maximum allowed size and neither dimension may exceed the maximum pixels for that dimension
Images must be jpeg and the Colour Space should be sRGB
For this competition, the entrant must preserve the submitted image’s original unretouched JPEG or RAW ﬁle. LGCC may request submission of the original ﬁle to conﬁrm the authenticity of the submitted image and compliance with the Competition speciﬁcations. However it does not have to be sent to me with your submission – just keep it handy
Photos need to be submitted to me for club judging by Thursday, October 28 midnight. You do not have to follow their naming convention as I have to rename them to their format before submitting.
The best image from each of 6 members will go forward.
We are off to Westham Island Herb Farm to photograph pumpkins/ farm machinery/ animals /herbs etc—-and there is a learning component to the field trip, so please read and bring with you the list of photographs and settings that you will need for reference—-Weather may be overcast—it may not—but for dull days I suggest bringing a tripod——I have attached a couple of links for help before coming to the word document—-both myself and Ron (the Kelmans) will be at the entrance to greet you at 10:30 this Saturday morning coming—and the address on Westham Island is on the PDF document also—-Westham Island is in the Delta BC area—it is where the bird sanctuary is and we are meeting on that road before the bird sanctuary—-
SATURDAY OCT 1st 2022—TIME 10:30 meet—-
Westham Island Herb Farm—4690 Kirkland Road—Delta BC—cross the bridge to Westham island as if you are going to Reiffel Bird Sanctuary—you can’t miss it
The Herb Farm has pumpkins, machinery/chickens/goats etc
The folks at the Herb Farm welcome us but ask that we help them by supporting their business—maybe if you could purchase a pumpkin or herbs etc!!!!!
See you there —and for the newer members , I am Lynne Kelman and all club field trips will look like this—-and will also always be on the club website- http://www.cbpc.c
Starting with October 5th. Address: Alexandra Neighbourhood House This is the office address. We meet in Alexandra Hall when in person meetings can be held. on the North side of the complex. Easy parking on Sullivan road. “Camp Alexandra”
2916 McBride Avenue Surrey, BC V4A 3G2 (604) 535-0015