Competitions

Club competitions are held each month. External judges are normally invited to assess members’ work, although from time to time club members take on this task. Each competition has an open subject and, from time to time, set subject competitions are also included – check the syllabus for dates.

Members may enter two sections – Prints and Digital Projected Images. The set subject competition entries are submitted as Digital Projected Images.

How to Resize and Save Images for Digital Projected Image Competitions

Members can submit their digital projected images by email to the competition secretary. If you do not have the competition secretary’s email address, Contact Us and we will forward it to you. Images may also be delivered on CD/DVD or memory stick.

Prints are submitted to the Competition Secretary according to the schedule in the competition rules. A competition entry form must accompany your entries.

Download Entry Form (MS Word)
Download Entry Form (PDF)

Points scored in monthly competitions count toward the annual aggregate, for which trophies are awarded at the annual Image of the Year night. Members may also enter up to four images in each section in the Image of the Year competition.

The Annual Landscape competition is an integral part of our Annual General Meeting night, with the winner presented with a perpetual trophy donated by Allsports Trophies, one of our sponsors.

Corio Bay Camera Club also participates in inter-club competitions each year against Geelong Camera Club and Ballarat YMCA Camera Group, against Bellarine and Colac Camera Clubs in a triangular competition and against all comers in the VAPS inter-club. We also compete in two triangular “International” Digital Images competitions; one  against Kaiapoi Photographic Club (NZ) and Gem Camera Club (Perth WA) and the other against  Kettering and District Photographic Society (UK) and Focus Photo Club (USA)

News Ticker

Three CBCC Members Make the Final 20 in the Geelong by Nature Competition

Three members of Corio Bay Camera Club have made the final twenty in the Geelong by Nature competition, run by the National Wool Museum in conjunction with the World Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition which was launched on Monday 15 December. Finalists and their images are: [more]

Merry Christmas

Our last official function for 2014 was the Christmas break-up - this year planned for the You Yangs ... Unfortunately the heavens opened up so members adjourned to the grounds and shelter of Osborne House ... We trust you all have a very Happy Christmas and safe New Year and look forward [more]

Coming Up

We are now in recess until January 22 2015 ... but keep taking those photos. When we get together for our "welcome back" BBQ on Jan 22 we want to see what you've been up to during the Christmas break. [more]

Latest Featured Member - Stephen Paul

It's been a while, but we have a new featured member added to our list. Check out Stephen Paul's story and some of his images by clicking here  here. While you're at it why not revisit some of the other featured members on the club website [more]

Annual Weekend Away - Maryborough

CBCC members and their families ventured to Maryborough over the weekend of 7th - 9th November. Saturday morning saw us head over to Maldon for some photography (and coffee). Saturday afternoon was free time before we gathered for a group BBQ, even managing to attract a ring-in from Alice [more]

Seniors Festival - Come and Try

It was great to see more than thirty people who came along to at least one of the Club's five "Come and Try" sessions during the Geelong Seniors Festival in October. "Senior" members of the club gave up a couple of hours each week to help these people understand their cameras a little better and [more]

Vigex Entries Now Being Accepted

For more details go to http://www.vigex.org.au [more]

Three CBCC Members Make the Final 20 in the Geelong by Nature Competition

Three members of Corio Bay Camera Club have made the final twenty in the Geelong by Nature competition, run by the National Wool Museum in conjunction with the World Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition which was launched on Monday 15 December. Finalists and their images are: [more]