Tuross Head 2014 Photography
winner will be announced in the Tuross Giant newsletter on October 1st
The winning photo will also appear in the:
are happy that a low resolution copy of your Entry bedisplayed (with
your name), if you are the winner, on other reputable facebook pages
(in low resolution to ensure the image is not misused).
competition images MUST be the work of the entrant.
are happy that a low resolution copy of your Entry be displayed (with
your name if you win) on the www.turosshead.org website
All images submitted remain the property of the photographer and www.turosshead.org
claims no rights other than theability, if acceptable, to display the
images via the www.turosshead.org web site, it's Facebook page and in
its associated public, on-line photo repository at http://picasaweb.google.com/turossheadorg
and in the Tuross Giant newsletter
entries are welcome
Digital manipulation of images entered into the competition is permissible,
however these are to be kept to those features that "enhance"
the existing content of an image ie USM, levels, exposure and tonal
adjustments (localised or otherwise), clone (for retouching) etc.
Digitally "modified" images that display excessive enhancement
or that owe their "content", total or in part, to the post
photographic processes of subject duplication, combining of images of
differing content or the creation of new image elements by any other
process, may not be entered. Keep it real.
www.turosshead.org understands that post processing is a normal part
of today's photography, however at times, there may be a fine line between
"Digitally Enhanced" and "Digitally Modified" images
and should, in the considered opinion of the judges, an image appear
excessively modified and no longer presents a seemingly natural scene,
the right to disallow that entry will be reserved.
Visual effects created by the external application of filters and/or
other photographic accessories at the time of capture be not considered
to be Digital Manipulation.
consideration is given to Black & White images. As the forerunner
to the more modern colour image, Black & White remains an accepted
and popular alternate presentation in all competition categories. This
includes singular toning such as sepia. These enties are welcome.
is the responsibility of the photographer to gain the required permissions
should the entry contain recognisable people. All submissions are accepted
on the understanding that the photographer agrees to these terms and
has btained the required permissions, accepts the conditions above and
accepts the final descision of the judges.