Huntingdon Valley Garden Club

Founded 1925






          Photography shows
 
Photography Rules (revised 7/17)

1. An exhibitor may enter no more than two classes and only one
entry in a class.
2. If a photograph has won a blue ribbon in a GCA photography
show, it may not be entered again. Previously entered photographs,
which did not place first, may be entered again if the
image is altered and newly printed.
3. Identification of plant material is encouraged but not required.
4. Photograph size can be a maximum perimeter of 60", flush mounted on white foam
core with no over-matting. Glass and framing not permitted.
5. A title or brief explanation may be included.
6. Each entry must be labeled on the back with the exhibitor's
name, phone number, email address and “TOP” with an
arrow. All photographs must be accompanied with a completed
HVGC entry card.
RECOMMENDED SCALE OF POINT FOR JUDGING
Creativitiy 25
Composition 25
Technical Skill 20
Distinction 10
Conformance/Interpretation 20
Total Possible 100

 FLORAL DESIGN SHOW ENTRY CARDS

HVGC 2018-2019 Photography Show

CELEBRATING WOMEN IN PHOTOGRAPHY
 All Photography Show entries in place and passed by 10:00 AM

May 7, 2019 - Huntingdon Valley Country Club

Please refer to 2017-2018 Photography Rules to enter



Class 1. “City Architecture”
Berenice Abbott (1898-1991), widely known for her black-and-white photography of

New York's architecture in the 1930's.

A black-and-white photograph featuring geometric patterns or lines in the architecture

of a city structure or building. Plant material not required.


Class 2. “Nature by the Lake”
Nadine Blacklock (1953-1998), best known for exquisite nature photography

around Lake Superior.

A color landscape photograph capturing the beauty of a body of

water or lakeside setting.  Plant material not required.

Class 3. “Botanical Beauty”

Imogen Cunningham (1883-1976), a pioneer in photographic modernism, known for her

elegant botanical work.

A close-up black-and-white photograph showcasing a flower or leaf.

Plant material necessary and identified.


Class 4. “Lively Streets”

Helen Levitt (1913-2009), famous for capturing humor on the streets, was a pioneer of

color street photography.

A color photograph highlighting any aspect of street activity.

Examples:  traffic, festival/parade, or even a simple walk with a dog.  Plant material not required.

Photography Rules
revised 7/15
1. An exhibitor may enter no more than two classes and only one
entry in a class.
2. If a photograph has won a blue ribbon in a GCA photography
show, it may not be entered again. Previously entered photographs,
which did not place first, may be entered again if the
image is altered and newly printed.
3. Identification of plant material is encouraged but not required.
4. Photograph size must be 8” X 10”, flush mounted on white foam
core with no over-matting. Glass and framing not permitted.
5. A title or brief explanation may be included.
6. Each entry must be labeled on the back with the exhibitor's
name, phone number, email address and “TOP” with an arrow.
All photographs must be accompanied with a completed HVGC
entry card.
RECOMMENDED SCALE OF POINT FOR JUDGING
Creativitiy 25
Composition 25
Technical Merit 20
Distinction 10
Interpretation of theme 20
100