PSA Digital Image SIGCommunity Association
Jim Reichel, coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
The Photographic Society of America (PSA) is a worldwide organization for anyone with an interest in photography. Casual shutterbugs, serious amateurs and professional photographers are all welcome. PSA provides abundunt resources for all member photographers and photo clubs, including the Sun City Photo Club.
Current and past Photo Club entries to the PSA Projected Image Division (PID) competitions may be seen by clicking on "Images Galleries" on the left navigation menu and on the Photo Club's Facebook page.
PSA's PID Interclub competition is held three times each year in November, February and April. Our club can submit six images by six different photographers for each competition. SIG members will choose the images to be submited to the PSA prior to the SIG meeting. SIG meetings occur a month before submittal to PSA in October, January and March, where selected images are reviewed and the top six images are announced. This is a great way to evaluate our photo club's skills compared to other photo clubs.
- When: On the 4th Monday of October, January and March. Check the Photo Club's calendar in case there are changes.
- Meeting time: 1 PM via Zoom
- Participation: Register to participate via the Photo Club Calendar
- Link: To submit your photos via Dropbox for the regular meetings click here.
- Number of Photos: You may submit 1 or 2 images for PID competition and 1 or 2 images for discussion.
- Photo Size: Images must be no larger than 1400 pixels wide and no larger than 1050 pixels high.
- Filename of submitted photos: The filename of your images is either PID_Title.jpg or Disc_Title.jpg, where Title is the name of your image. Dropbox will automatically tell us who you are.
- Photos are due: by 6 PM on the 3rd Monday of the month, one week before the meeting. Judging sheets will be sent to all SIG members after all submittals are received, along with a due date for the judging sheets. SIG members not submitting images are encouraged but not required to judge.