Projected Digital Images for CD Group Activities and Competitions

On activity nights you can bring images, on a USB memory stick, for critique and discussion. It can be time-consuming if members do that and interrupts the flow of the proceedings. There is also the risk that your memory stick may not be readable on the EPS laptop. It is better if you email images in advance. Details below: please note that AT needs to be replaced with @

The filename convention indicated below allows the relevant details to be extracted automatically and images organised. Please follow this convention to minimise manual intervention.

Files MUST be saved as .jpg (JPEG), and should be 1600 pixels (maximum) horizontally x 1200 pixels(maximum) vertically. It is recommended that you use the sRGB profile. Please do not submit images larger than this. Images should be submitted by email to . (Replace AT with @)

File names should follow the following convention: LX_nnnn_Image Title.jpg where LX=L1 or L2 (League 1 or league 2) and nnnn is your four digit membership number. Your image title may contain spaces and should be capitalized appropriately. Please note that underscores are used to separate the components of the file name and should not be used within your image title.

Full submission guidelines for the main society competitions can be found under “Members” “Competitions” “Competition Guidelines”.

Images entered must be entirely the work of the photographer. Composite images are permitted provided all component images meet this requirement. For the avoidance of doubt, use of images from any other source including royalty free image banks and clipart are not permitted.


Tips on improving your images 

In Feb 2019 the CD Group were visited by one of the best editors around and the notes taken during that evening are here.  Notes from a visit

In October 2019 the CD Group had a demo on some very useful editing tools and keyboard shortcuts.   The notes are here.  Notes from demo

In Jan 2020 the CD Group had a demo on some very useful editing tools.  The notes are here.  Notes from 27th Jan 2020

In Feb 2020 the CD Group had a camera fun night and notes on one of the techniques are here.  Still Life Shadow Swap

In April 2020 we had a look at a variety of pin hole cameras. A method of creating one can be found here:- Pin-hole-camera   and an alternative method with a DSLR can be seen here :- Pin-hole-camera-with-a-DSLR

In May 2020 we spent an evening looking at macro images and an interesting presentation is here:-Nature Group Macro and Close Up Photography