As Leah mentioned in her email, we needed to have a fast-track approach to meeting the 2/4/15 club entry deadline for the Glennie Salon. We will have a panel of four judges reviewing your CACC image submissions independently and scoring each one. We then will tally the individual scores in order to select the ten images allowed in our CACC entry. Members must submit their best nature images to Tim True by midnight on 1/27/15. A maximum of two images per maker may be submitted.
Google "Merrimack Valley Camera Club" (http://www.mvcameraclub.org/comp-interclub/comp-interclub-01-glennie.htm) to read about the Glennie Categories and Awards. Images must be no more than 1024 pixels wide or 768 pixels high, JPEG, sRGB, resolving no more than 100 pixels per inch and be no more than 1 MB in size. The file naming covention is also specified. Use the following approach: "CACC-00-Image_Title-John_Doe.jpeg" The image submission number will be added later by Tim True. Use the 00 placeholder in your file name. The judges will evaluate your images and send the results to Tim True by midnight on 1/31/15. Tim will tally the scores and determine the ten highest total scores and then review the file names of the chosen images for conformance to the rules. Tim True will send the ten best images as our club entry by midnight on 2/4/15.
Ralph Staples will pay the Glennie club entry fee via PayPal before 1/27/15.
I want to thank our esteemed panel of judges for their extra service to CACC by agreeing to judge the entries. Without Tim's input in brainstorming this procedure for independent judging this year, CACC would not have been able to participate on such short notice.
So start reviewing what outstanding nature images you may have and submit your best shots. Good luck!
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