Photographic Categories

 1. Destination WA

This category is dedicated to showcasing the Amazing State if WA. Can show cultural experiences, breathtaking nature, world class beaches, exciting events, amazing adventures. Can include people, animals, landscape or aerial.

Images can be either colour or monochrome. Monochromatic images must be toned with a SINGLE hue, or Black and White; for colour, must have 2 or more colours.

2. Macro

Highlight the smaller world around us, using techniques of depth of filed, lighting and composition. Images must be the photographers own work and composite images are not acceptable.

Images can be either colour or monochrome. Monochromatic images must be toned with a SINGLE hue, or Black and White; for colour, must have 2 or more colours.

3. Urban Landscape

Applying the principles of landscape photography to urban environments. Treat buildings and other features as graphical elements the same way as mountains or trees would be in a traditional landscape composition.

Images must be the photographers own work and composite images are not acceptable.

Drone/aerial photography is permitted and must comply with CASA requirements. Drone log files or any required permits may be requested. Images can be either colour or monochrome. Monochromatic images must be toned with a SINGLE hue, or Black and White; for colour, must have 2 or more colours.

4. Animals/Bird (Wild or Domestic)

Capture our furry, feathered, or scaled friends in their environment, subjects can be domestic or wild with attention paid to the subject and not its surroundings.

Images must be the photographers own work and composite images are not acceptable.

Images can be either colour or monochrome. Monochromatic images must be toned with a SINGLE hue, or Black and White; for colour, must have 2 or more colours.

5. Pictorial (Open)

Any subject that is treated pictorially, embodying the elements of good design, composition, which reflects the personal interpretation of the photographer.

The choice of subject is at the Photographers discretion. There is free interpretation of fine art photography. Show your technical expertise in capturing the image and creativity in the digital darkroom. ALL elements of the image are to be photographic and captured by the photographer.

Images must be the photographers own work and composite images are acceptable. If a composite image is entered all elements within the composite must be the creators own work and the creator may be asked to provide proof of image ownership.

Images can be either colour or monochrome. Monochromatic images must be toned with a SINGLE hue, or Black and White; for colour, must have 2 or more colours.