The Inter-Club Projected Championship is run and organised by the CACC for projected digital images. The annual CACC competitions (of which the Inter-Club Projected Championship is one) are held on two separate days during the period March to May.
The Inter-Club Projected Championship is used to determine which clubs will represent the CACC in the PAGB (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain) national Inter-Club Championships. After setting aside any Club with an automatic invitation from the Photographic Alliance, the top two Clubs will be invited by CACC to compete at the PAGB InterClub Projected Championship. A Club may decline its invitation, and CACC will then invite Clubs in the descending order of merit. In the event of ties, CACC will determine the order of invitations.
- Clubs submit 15 images, with not more than 3 images per photographer.
- None of the images may be the same as those included in a Print Championship entry shown on the same day.
The entered images will be considered by CACC for selection into the PAGB InterFederation Projected Images Competition and Exhibition. Photographers may instruct the selectors to exclude their images from this process. Club Awards for Projected Images at the Championship DayA winner’s Certificate, and a runner-up Certificate, based on overall scores for the set of images. In the event of a tie for highest Club score, the tied Clubs will each receive a winner’s Certificate. Individual Awards for Projected Images at the Championship DayThe Best Projected Image Cup and a winner’s Certificate, for the image chosen collectively by all the judges.Judge’s Choice Certificates for the images chosen by each judge individually.
Season 2019-20 Entry Details