VOTING FOR THE FOLLOWING – 22 SEPTEMBER 2020
Do you support the following awards definitions and point score system for TPS as outlined as proposed by the TPS working group:
Proposed New Awards
Alice Black Award – this is the image of the night in the opinion of the judge. This image is one that has significant impact for the judge as a result of technique, composition or storytelling. It can be chosen from any grade or medium (print or digital)
Honour – This is awarded to an exceptional photograph which has impact, is technically excellent, well composed, shows originality and artistry, and has few if any flaws.
Merit – This is awarded to a very good photograph which meets high technical standards and also shows originality, artistry, and good composition. Any flaws present are very minor.
Highly Commended – This is awarded to a good photograph with good technique, artistry, and minor flaws.
Commended – This is awarded to a photograph which may have significant flaws that detract from the image and can be overcome or amended.
Out of Category – A photo that does not fit the criteriafor the competition is given this award.
The scores are as follows:
|Out of Category||0|
Movement between grades will depend on the percentage of total competition points gained as follows:
|% of total competition year points attained||B grade to A grade||A grade to Salon grade||Movement between future levels in Salon grade|
The winner of the Alice Black award monthly competition receives 2 points, but the End of Year Alice Black does not, consistent with existing end-of year awards.
Please email back your vote, as a yes or a no, along with your name, NLT 22 September 2020.