CAPA Series of Four Photos Competition  



A series of photos is very simply a collection of images that are placed in a specific order to tell a progression of events, emotions, concepts or themes. The ensemble is expected to be larger than each part. Images can be color or black and white and each photo should complement each other. Subject matter is Open. 

Please pay special attention to item 4 under Specifications: 
According to the rules of this competition, it will be necessary to work with at least one more VCC member on your submission. We hope to receive multiple submissions from which to select our entries.

NOTE: Each partner in a pair can enter two of the four images. Images should be numbered from 1-4, and have a common name (title), as well as their own title.

Judging Criteria

Titles of the images should compliment or contribute to the vision or message being presented.

Half of the points will be on the technical, organizational and emotional components of the images. The other half of the marks will focus on how the four images work together as a 'unit' including their cohesiveness and relevance to each other. Judges will award their marks on the basis of key elements such as composition, technique and subject matter. However, judges will have a strong focus on the creative message, the quality of execution, innovation and the "wow" factor.

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  1. Images should be in JPEG format, maximum 1400 pixels on the horizontal x 1050 on the vertical in size

  2. Note: One of the dimensions must be exactly the maximum allowed size (either 1400 or 1050 pixels).

  3. sRGB colour space and have a maximum file size of 1.8 MB

  4. Each Club may enter two series of four images, however each series must have more than one photographer and the same photographer cannot be part of both series.



VCC Results:

  • 2019-20

In the recent 2020 CAPA Club Competition “Series of Four”, the Victoria Camera Club took the Gold Medal and the Bronze Medal for our entries. There were 25 clubs competing with 46 presentations. Images were judge individually, then as a series. Dan and Gail Takahashi won the Gold medal with their beautiful series “Fire and Ice”. Evan Guengerich and Daniel Rondeau brought home the Bronze medal with “Mission Impossible Salmon Spawning”. Congratulations to Dan and Gail and Evan and Daniel for their big wins. Further congratulations go to Daniel Rondeau for winning the Bronze medal in the individual competition for his series on the Chukars. See gallery at right.


  • 2018-19

VCC placed 13th (Kolmanskop) and 22nd (Winter) out of 38 entries. See the gallery



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