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Updated April, 2012

PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISION

Photography Rules and Regulations 1. In order to exhibit in the Photography division, the 4-H member must enroll in only one of the following:

Photography I Focus on Photography Pub. PC-1 Photography II Controlling the Image Pub. PC-2 Photography III Mastering Photography Pub. PC-3

1. See General Projects Guidelines. 2. Photographs must be taken during the current 4-H year by the exhibitor. 3. For each Class, members should be knowledgeable about the camera used to

prepare exhibit. 4. All photographs must be mounted on mount board or poster board or framed unless

otherwise noted. 5. Photo/Model releases from individuals pictured in the exhibitors photographs are

required unless the photograph is of a group in public place where identification would not be an issue. The release can be obtained at: http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/state4h/members/fairsandexhibits.cfm or on our county website at: http://web.extension.illinois.edu/cce/

6. County may submit three (3) entries for State Fair from these classes. All photos in exhibits must have been taken by exhibitor.

Class 01 Photography 1 Exhibit one of the two options listed below: A) Exhibit five to seven photos that tell a story. The story must have a beginning,

middle, and end. Exhibit will be judged on how well the pictures tell a story and use of composition techniques. Photos must be mounted on poster board, no larger than 22x30. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations. OR

B) Exhibit two photos: one photo with an unclear focal point and a second photo highlighting an area of the first photo in which you have eliminated clutter and framed a photo with a clear focal point. Photos must be mounted on poster board or mount board no larger than 11x14. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations.

http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/state4h/members/fairsandexhibits.cfmhttp://web.extension.illinois.edu/cce/

Updated April, 2012

PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISION (Continued) Class 02 Photography 2 Exhibit one of the two options listed below: A) Exhibit photos of action scenes. Exhibit one 8x10 photo. Photo

must be mounted on one mount board or poster or framed in one frame no larger than 11x14. Hinged frames are not acceptable. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations. OR

B) Create a collection of five to seven photos taken at one event. Photos must be mounted on poster board, no larger than 22X30. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations.

Class 03 Photography 3 Exhibit one of the two options listed below: A) Exhibit one 8x10 photo with reflections as subject. Photo must be mounted on

one mount board or poster or framed in one frame. Poster board, mount board or frame must be no larger than 11x14. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations. OR

B) Exhibit one 8x10 still-life photo that demonstrates good composition, including color, form, texture, lighting and depth of field. Photo must be mounted on one mount board or poster or framed in one frame. Poster board, mount board or frame must be no larger than 11x14. Digital photos may be used; cropping and red eye removal is the only acceptable alterations.

Class 04- Photo Editing Exhibit one 8x10 photo that has been altered using digital photo editing techniques (beyond cropping and red-eye reduction). Include a print of the original photo(s), taped to the back of the photo frame. Photo must be mounted on ONE mount board or ONE poster board or framed in ONE frame. (Hinged frames are not acceptable.) Exhibit must be no larger than 11 x 14. This class is open to any member enrolled in any of the three photography project levels.