- 2013 International Images for Screen Exhibition
- 2012 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2011 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2010 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2009 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2008 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2007 International Projected Image Exhibition
- 2006 International Slide Exhibition
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The 2013 International Images for Screen Exhibition closed for entries on 7th August.
Judging took place on 21 & 22 August.
Background to the Exhibition
The original International Slide Exhibition went digital in 2007 and was renamed The International Projected Image Exhibition, as digital entries were accepted in addition to slides for the first time. In 2011, the slides section was dropped, making the Exhibition entirely digital. In 2013, the Exhibion was renamed The International Images for Screen Exhibition to take account of the capacity to view the images on any type of screen.
The Exhibition has been well established within the photographic fraternity for many years and continues to attract a very high entry worldwide. It is an open competition in which there are digital sections in General and Nature categories.
The General category welcomes a wide range of subject matter from the artistic to the documentary. In 2013, for the first time, it has been divided between 'In Camera' and Altered reality'.
The Nature category depicts observations from all branches of natural history. Each section has its own specialist selectors, usually Fellows of the Society.
There are Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards in all categories and the exhibition has, for some years, been awarded recognition by the Photographic Society of America and acceptances can be credited towards PSA Star Ratings.
The Exhibition is produced on a Presentation CD-Rom which all entrants receive. The CD is available for showing at Camera Clubs and photographic events.
Exhibition CDs are available on The Society's online shop
For information, please contact
Lesley Goode, Exhibitions Manager