Category Archives: Showcase

Mar 16 – Showcase: BELLS

Showcase – Bells
Photo courtesy Amazon.com
Photo courtesy Amazon.com

Just a reminder to KPAC members that the submission date for this showcase is Monday night (Mar 14) before Midnight.

Send up to 6 images no larger than 1400 on the horizontal and no larger than 1050 on the vertical side to photosatkpac-ca

Feb 24 – Showcase – PLAYTIME

Just a reminder that submission date for this showcase has been moved one day earlier, that is Sunday night before Midnight.

Here is your chance to share your images and see them on the big screen. With the upcoming CAPA Open Competition this might be your chance to see how your post processing displays on the big screen.

Send up to 6 images no larger than 1400 on the horizontal and no larger than 1050 on the vertical side to photosatkpac-ca

Jan 27 – Showcase – “Say Cheese!”

Thanks to www.funelf.net
Thanks to www.funelf.net

This month’s Showcase is “Say Cheese!

If you think your photos aren’r gouda enough or you just cheddar at the thought of showing your images, this is the night for you! How ever you shed it or melt it down you know we’re all very fondue of photos. So, no more standing on the sidewalk as an innocent parmesan.  It’s time to show up Jack. Ementhal will be there. You won’t be provolone!

Members can show up to six images with our standard 1400×1050 size. Forward your pix to photosatkpac-ca

Showcase: Speeding Cars

c/o www.imgneed.com
c/o www.imgneed.com

This month’s theme is “Speeding Cars”

***NEW*** Please note:  members are now permitted to send in up to 6 images for showcase.

Horizontal or “landscape images” are to be a maximum of 1400 pixels wide by 1050 high.

Vertical or “portrait” images are to be a maximum of 1050 pixels wide by 1400 high.

Deadline for submission is 12:00 Monday night, Nov 23/15

October 28: Showcase Fences

Grave yard FencesFences is the showcase for October 28. This is an opportunity for members to submit images to be displayed and talked about. Each showcase has a theme, to help you stretch some times into personal uncharted territory, yet don’t let this prevent you from showing your work. The theme is optional, but we are sure you will see value in exploring different subject matter.