Projected Salon – Participation
Entrants must submit digital entries through email (salons@NFRCC.org) prior to the Salon.
There is a $10.00 Canadian fee for the Salon that covers all images in the salon and is payable at the time of online registration.
Digital Salon Entries must be received no later than Midnight, April 11, 2021 in order to be considered for evaluation. Late entries will not be accepted. Judging of the Digital Salon Entries will take place online Sunday, April 18, 2021 @ 7:00 PM
Entries – You cannot re-enter an image that has won an award or honorable mention ribbon at a previous NFRCC convention salon.
Please review our NFRCC rules on Plagiarism
Digital SalonsPhotographs must be the work of the maker and not the product of a workshop, class or set up, with or without an instructor’s assistance. Competitions are open to projected images that have been computer enhanced or computer manipulated (digital). Digital photos must be based on or composed from original optically or photographically generated images. Projected images or prints are not to be totally computer-generated. All components (photobased) must be created by the photographer – no clip art or purchased software images.
Attendees may enter the four divisions of Projected Images as follows:
- Pictorial Division – 2 images Usually, but not limited to, images that do not fit into the Nature or Wildlife Divisions.
- Nature Division – 2 images Must follow the basic rules of the NFRCC for Nature entries. (See below)
- Wildlife Division – 1 image of pure wildlife. Wildlife Division is open only to NFRCC members. The
first place winner will be awarded the Diane Peyton-Majumdar Trophy. Images of captive animals may
not be submitted.
- This division shall follow PSA Guidelines for Nature and Wildlife photography, and be limited to the following:
- Amphibians (Revised 2011)
Submission guidelines for all digital images:
- Image format – .JPG files only
- Maximum pixel dimensions – 1920 Pixels wide by 1080 Pixels high including digital mats and borders.
- Color space – should be sRGB
- File naming:
The file naming format is Division_Entry Number (1 or 2)_Last Name_First Name_Title.jpg. The Underscores are important in the name. Please do not use spaces between the fields.
Example: P_1_Smith_John_End of the Day.jpg
Note: The jpg file extension may or may not show up on your finished image, but if you have saved it in that format, it is there.
P – Pictorial
N – Nature
W – Wildlife
B – Monochrome
- Check your files carefully to be sure they match the requirements. The committee will not be responsible for making corrections.
- You must submit by e-mail in advance.
- Please list: Your full name and address, and the NFRCC club, (if
any) to which you belong
Send entries to the following address: salons@NFRCC.org. Payment will need to be made during the online registration for the digital salons as there is no on site registration.
April 11, 2021 at 11:59PM, NO EXCEPTIONS
Images without payment will not be judged
Digital Images – Nature and Wildlife SalonsNo elements may be moved, cloned, added, deleted, rearranged, combined, or changed in any way that affects the integrity of the image content. No manipulation or modification is permitted except resizing, cropping, selective lightening or darkening, and restoration to the original color of the scene. No special effects filters can be added or applied, and any sharpening must appear natural.
Nature DivisionImages entered in the nature competition must conform to PSA’s definition of a nature image.
Eligible subjects include trees, wild flowers, weeds, grasses, fungi, ferns, mosses, animals or birds (except domesticated), reptiles, insects, fossils, weather, land/seascapes (without boats or other human evidence), geological formations, etc.
Ineligible subjects include cultivated plants or flowers, domestic animals (dogs, cows, etc.) landscapes which show human artifacts (fences, buildings, telephone wires, etc.), mounted specimens, museum habitats or groups, or subjects no longer alive.
Wildlife Division – Open only to NFRCC membersSlides entered into this category must feature animals. They can represent:
- Non-captive animals in their native habitat, however, images in which a man made object has become part of the creature’s natural habitat, such as a stork in a roof nest or a barn swallow in its nest in a barn, as well as tagged animals in the wild, are acceptable.
- Images of captive animals may not be submitted.
- The first place winner will be awarded the Diane Peyton-Majumdar Trophy. This division shall follow PSA Guidelines for Nature and Wildlife photography, and be limited to the following:
- Amphibians (Revised 2011)