The Washington Park Camera Club has four classes (or categorizations) for the size and types of photos:

  • Small Color – Class “B” is an attempt to promote and encourage participation by members with similar or equal skill levels. New members and all others who have not yet won an “End Of Year Award” are placed in Class “B”. Once he or she has reached a level of proficiency to win either first, second or third place award in our annual end of year competition; they are moved up to Class “A” for the upcoming new year of competition.
  • Small Monochrome – Black and white (non-color) photos. One class level only. All photos are judged together. Over the years we have observed that most Class “B” photographers do not attempt this skill lever and/or do not have the equipment necessary.
  • Large Color: One class level only. All photos are judges together.
  • Large Monochrome: One class level only. All photos are judged together.

NOTE: All monochrome and large color prints are judged as one class level only. Over the years we have observed that most Class “B” photographers do not attempt this skill lever and/or do not have the equipment necessary.

[Courtesy of Kathleen Sims]

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