The Sandy Smith Memorial Photo Competion is held on the long weekend of June every year. The competition is open to all ages and all level of experience.
The exhibition is held at the CWA hall in Gulgong during the Henry Lawson Festival.
The Sandy Smith Memorial Photography Competition honours our much loved and respected President, Sandy Smith who died suddenly early in 2014. It commemorates Sandy’s remarkable life and her contribution to the Club.
Sandy had many passions, none more so than travelling to learn about new cultures and record these experiences through her remarkable photography. Sandy frequently presented her travel photos of interesting places at Club meetings. To acknowledge Sandy’s travel and as a way of encouraging others to look outside their world, Cudgegong Camera Club has added a category named “Travel” to its annual Sandy Smith Photography Competition.
Competition is open to professional & amateur photographers.
All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.
Entries must be photographed within the last 2 years.
Digital enhancements are to be kept to those features that “enhance” the existing content of an image such as exposure and tonal adjustments, sharpening, cropping and straightening, and cloning for retouching. Digital enhancement of images is permissible in all classes.
For display purposes it would be appreciated if exhibitors could place velcro on the back corners of each entry.
Framed and images printed on canvas are not permitted and will not be accepted.
All images must be mounted on cardboard or matted.
Entrant’s name, entry section and class, sale price or NFS (Not for Sale) must be clearly marked on the back of each entry.
Under 18 & 12 Years –maximum size including mat 40cm x 30cm.
All other Sections maximum size including mat 51cm x 41cm.
Entries exceeding these measurements will not be hung.
Click here to download the Entry Form
Cudgegong Camera Club’s Sandy Smith Photography Competition honours our much loved and respected President, Sandy Smith who died suddenly early in 2014. It commemorates Sandy’s remarkable life and her contribution to the Club.
Sandy was a remarkable woman - full of life, energy, compassion, generosity, talents, skills, dreams, hope and kindness - qualities that she shared with Cudgegong Camera Club members over many years.
A born teacher (and as a professional for many years) Sandy taught her photography skills and shared her knowledge at Club meetings each month, making sure new and interesting topics were delivered to members and to encourage further participation throughout the community.
Come along to Club Mudgee (upstairs) on the first Tuesday of the month for our meetings.
We start at 7pm. We welcome beginners to professionals.
$25 Membership - All Welcome!