Monthly Archives: March 2011

Upcoming Area Photo Events

Pennyrile Forest SRP Spring Photography Weekend
April 15 – 17, 2011

We strive to not only put on a good contest, but also to present information that will help participants become better photographers. The contest boundaries are the boundaries of Pennyrile State Forest. Photographs may be taken anywhere within the state park and state forest. The categories of the contest vary, but they will always have a nature emphasis examples are wildlife, landscape, water. Bring your own camera. Registration is $35. Register at least one week before the event and get a $5 discount. Children 16 and under pay just $10. 10% discount on lodging available.

Glema Center Juried Photography Exhibit
July 16 – August 26, 2011
Reception & Awards, Saturday, July 16, 2011 2:00PM

Detailed information about each exhibit will be available at and on their Facebook page approximately two months prior to exhibit opening.

Paducah Photo 2011

Entries are now submitted solely online through the above website!

If one or more of your prints should be accepted into the show you will receive subsequent instructions on final presentation.

Entries are submitted electronically through this website. To get started, create a free account. Once your account is created and you log in, click the “submit a photo” link on the left navigation. Credit card payment only. Deadline for online entries is midnight (CST) on May 1, 2011.

No more than five photographs may be submitted by any photographer. A nonrefundable entry fee ($8.00 for early bird, $10 for late) is required for each photograph submitted for consideration.

  • First Place $1,000
  • Second Place $500
  • Third Place $300
  • 2 Honorable Mentions ($100 each)

Print Contest Winners

The February Print Contest was themed “Out of Context”.
The winners are:
First Place:       Linda Vincent
Second Place:   Barbara Fuller

The March Print Contest was themed “Snow”.
The winners are:
First Place:      Laura Armstrong
Second Place:  John Collins
Third Place:       Laura Armstrong
A big congratulations goes out to the winners of the print contests and much thanks to all entrants.  The judges had much difficulty due to how wonderful each photo was.  Let’s keep entering those spectacular shots for next month’s contest.  Remember composition, sharpness, and story are very important.  Please bring no more than one 8×10 print entry to the meeting for judging and do not put any writing on the front or back of the photos.

The Print Contest for April will be “Spring Rain”