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North West FedResults
Bracknell Nines'Results
5 Clubs Projected Image CompetitionResults
St. Albans 8-way Print BattleResults
Guildhall Print BattleResults
Park Street Landscape CompetitionResults
The Chilterns Association of Camera ClubsResults

The Chilterns Association Of Camera Clubs comprises 51 affiliated clubs in the Chilterns and North-West London. They arrange the Annual Rosebowl Competition (see below), an inter-club for projected images, and the Inter-Club Print Championship, as well as the Chiltern Hundreds Members Exhibition, and the Audio Visual Trophy. There is also a Best Panel of Prints inter club competition, which is exhibited at the Rosebowl Finals. Dates of these events can be found on the CACC website Events Calendar link: Chiltern Association of Camera Clubs The CACC maintains a list of Judges and lectures for members clubs to use.

The Rosebowl is an Inter-club Projected image competition run by the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs (CACC). There are three rounds, held between November and February, followed by a Final in April. In each round we meet three (occasionally only two) other clubs, different clubs in each round (and each year). Images are scored out of 20. The winning club in each round is awarded 5 points, the runner-up 3 points, third place 2 points, and forth place 1 point. The points for the 3 rounds are added together for each club to determine which clubs go forward to the Finals (usually over 11 points will be enough). In each round the judge will award 'Stars' to two of the highest scoring images, and the number of these stars each club has are used as a tie-breaker in determining entry to the Finals. From this year the Rosebowl League placing will also be used to determine which clubs go forward to represent the CACC at the Annual PAGB Inter-club Projected Image Championship at Warwick (which includes clubs from all the Federations across the UK).

North West Fed The Federation of North-West London Camera Clubs has twelve member clubs and runs an annual competition. The competition is divided into 4 pools of three clubs, drawn randomly each year, and there are 3 rounds between the three clubs in each pool. Each club enters 5 (or 6 in the first round) prints and 5 (or 6 in the first round) projected images into each round, totalling 16 prints and 16 PDIs in all. Images are marked out of 20, and the judge awards 'stars' to 2 prints and 2 PDIs in each round. The starred images go forward to Best Print and Best PDI competitions at the NWFed Finals, even if the club doesn't reach the finals. Total scores for each club in each round are added together to determine the overall winner. The winners of each of the 4 pools go forward to a semi-final in January, in which 9 prints and 9 PDIs from the original 16 are entered. The winners of the semi-finals then meet in the Final in February.

Bracknell Nine Club Projected Competition A projected image competition hosted each year by Bracknell CC, who invite 8 other clubs to enter 6 images each. The judge marks out of 10 (unlike most competitions we enter), and there is a trophy for the club with the highest total marks. Most of the invited clubs are from outside the Chilterns area, so it is a good opportunity to see a wider variety of work.

Five Clubs Competition A projected image competition involving 5 local clubs, including ourselves. Each club enters 10 images, and the judge marks out of 20. Hosting of the competition rotates between the five clubs. We will be hosting it in 2013.

St. Albans 8-way Print Battle (previously this competition alternated between prints and slides, but now is always prints) A print competition hosted by St Albans PS each year, who invite 7 other clubs to enter 8 prints each. Prints are marked out of 20, and there is a certificate awarded for best print as well as for the winning club. The winning club receives a cake, so we really enjoy winning this competition!

Guildhall Print Battle Our own print competition, originally held in Wycombe Guildhall, hence the name. We invite 8 clubs to enter 6 prints each. Prints are marked out of 20, and a trophy is awarded to the winning club, and a certificate for the best print of the evening.

Park Street Landscape Competition
Is a projected image competition run by Park Street Camera Club. The subject of the competition is Landscape, which they define as:
“A landscape image should be an image that has as its subject an extensive outdoor scene of land, sea, sky or city with no requirement that land as such be the largest component. It may include individual items of interest like persons, trees, buildings but not if they dominate the image”
Nine or ten clubs take part each year, entering seven images. Six are judged and the seventh is reserved as a tie-breaker. A trophy is awarded to the winning club and for the best image.


Instruction on how to enter your images

Entering into Best Bronze Imnage Comp 2021

Entering your image(s) into the club competitions is easy. Once you have clicked on the link below, you will be sent to a web entry form where you can submit your image(s) for any competition shown as 'open', so if you have all your entries ready to go you can submit them all now!

Data Protection: Your information will be stored in a computer system and used solely for the administration of exhibitions and competitions organised by PhotoEntry.


Entry deadlines: The deadline for each competition round is stated next to it, typically midnight the Sunday before the competition night. These deadlines are final and you will not be able to submit your images after the stated deadline.

Image size: Please make sure your image is no bigger than 1400px X 1050px (WxH). The site will restrict the size of the file you can upload so if it returns an error please look at the size of your image as a possible cause.

Colour profile: The colour space must be set to sRGB otherwise your image will be rejected

Title: Only enter the TITLE of your image no other information is required


Date Competition Closing Date (Midnight) Status
25th February 2021 Projected Image League Round 3 21st February 2021Closed
4th March 2021 Monochrome Competition Round 3 28th February 2021Closed
15th April 2021 Monochrome Competition Round 4 11th April 2021Closed
22nd April 2021 Projected Image League Round 4 18th April 2021Closed
27th May 2021 Projected Image League Final 23rd May 2021Future
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Candid, Action, Decisive Moment, Street Photography'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Architectural, Technical, Record'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Cultivated Flowers / Plants'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Foreign Travel'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'People and Portraits'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Pictorial - Colour'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Pictorial - Monochrome'
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
16th May 2021Closed
3rd June 2021 Annual Competition
'Best Projected Bronze Image'
16th May 2021Closed
17th June 2021 Monochrome Competition Final 13th June 2021Future