Monochrome Trophies

There are two Monochrome Trophies and these are awarded separately for prints and for projected images. This is an annual competition.

Format of Competition

This competition is judged by an external, accredited judge.  No marks are given, although the judge will provide commentary before selecting a trophy winners for each format (Print and Projected).

Definition of Monochrome

Monochrome means that the whole image is in tones of a single colour.  Black and White is one example of monochrome.

How to Enter

Each member may enter maximum of TWO prints and TWO projected images, even if they are only competing in one of the trophies.

Images must be monochrome but the subject is Open i.e. any subject matter, genre or style.

Images for each competition must NOT have been entered before in the Monochrome Competition.

Further Information

Full details of how to prepare and submit images are given here.