Photography

Photography Official RulesCamera

PHOTOGRAPHY is the process of creating an image. The photographer (student submitting entry) is a person who captures their own thoughts and
ideas with a camera. By focusing on objects using various lenses, filters and light sources, photographers may demonstrate the use of photographic
techniques conventionally or digitally.

Reflect on the 2018-2019 Theme: Heroes Around Me
• Accepted forms of photography include: A single photo, panoramic,
photomontage (one print of multiple original photos), a multiple
exposure, negative sandwich or photogram. Original black-and-white
and color images are accepted.
• Non-accepted forms of photography include: Entries with added
graphics over the image, including lettering, are not accepted.
Collages and collections of photos are not accepted. Original film
(negatives or transparencies) and multidimensional pieces are not
accepted.
Consider use of objects, lighting and the location to show a clear relation of
the photo to the theme. An explanation of the photography process/form
might be a useful addition to the artist statement. Whether an entry displays
use of technologies or a simple approach, it will be judged primarily on
how well the student uses his or her artistic vision to portray the theme,
originality and creativity.

Copyright: Use of copyrighted material, including copyrighted cartoon
characters or other such material, is not acceptable in any photography
submission, with the following exception:
• Photographs may include public places, well-known products,
trademarks or certain other copyrighted material as long as that
copyrighted material is incidental to the subject matter of the piece
and/or is a smaller element of a whole. The resulting work cannot try
to establish an association between the student and the
trademark/business/material, or influence the purchase/non-purchase
of the trademarked good.

Submission Requirements:

• Only new pieces of artwork inspired by the theme may be submitted.
• Each entry must be the original work of one student only.