- A: Wool
- B: Working Dogs
- C: Shearing and Wool Handling Competition
- D: Agricultural Produce
- E: Poultry
- F: Vintage Machinery and Vintage Cars
- G: Equestrian Events
- H: Vegetables, Fruit and Herbs
- I: Plants and Flowers
- J: Cookery
- K: Needlework
- L: Knitting and Crochet
- M: Creative Crafts
- N: Patchwork
- O: Art
- P: Photography
- Q: Junior Sections
- R: Dog Jumps
- S: Collectors
- Volunteers Needed!
Section P: Photography
Stewards: Jo Kempin 98241220 and Helen Bignell
Entries close: Friday 19th October, 2012.
All mounted photos & entry forms are to be delivered to Campbell Becks Smart Shop, 38 Austral Terrace Katanning, by 5pm Friday 19th October 2012. No late entries will be accepted. All photos must have been taken by the exhibitor. Entries must not have been exhibited at the Katanning show in previous years. All prints are to be mounted on black card with 3cm border approx & securely fixed to mount. All entries must have entrants name, address, phone number & class on the back top left-hand corner. No captions on the front of photos, no unnamed or blocked entries will be accepted. Exhibits can be collected on Saturday 27th October from 6.00pm.
2012 Australian Year of the Farmer Photo Competition
Winner Class 1, donated by Landmark Katanning
Winner Class 2, donated by QFH Multiparts
Prints to be 21cm x 29.7cm (A4), Colour or black & white.
Maximum of 2 entries per entrant. Open to all ages.
1. YEAR OF THE FARMER; must depict the Farmer(s) in their farm environment i.e.
sheep farmer with &/or infrastructure for sheep/wool, etc.
2. A FUTURE FARMER; Show person(s) aged 18 years & under who are interacting
agricultural pursuits, i.e. tending animals, collecting eggs, showing animals at Ag
Best Print Classes 3-8, Katanning Lions Club Perpetual Trophy, donated by Graham & Ros Trott
Most points Classes 3-8, donated by Campbell Becks Smart Shop
Prints to be min. size 10cm x 15cm, max. Size 21cm x 29.7cm (A4), Colour or black & white. Maximum of 2 entries per entrant per class.
3. CHILD’S WORLD; child/children engaged in activities typical of childhood, they are to be absorbed by the activity or surrounds.
4. CHARACTER STUDY; showing the personality of the subject, can use props.
5. LANDSCAPE; show the natural scenery of the terrain, can use buildings, trees &/or people, but they shouldn’t dominate the image.
6. ALTERED REALITY; take a photo & using photo software to create a work of art.
7. RURAL; Life or activity on the land.
8. OPEN; any subject not listed.
Best exhibit classes 9-15, donated by Helen Bignell
Most points classes 9-15, donated by Great Southern Advocate
Prints to be max. size 10cm x 15cm, Colour or black & white.
Maximum of 3 entries per entrant per class.
9. MACRO; a sharp ‘close-up’ of an image.
10. ROADS, TRACKS & STREETS; the image features a road, track or street, buildings must be secondary to the street.
11. SILHOUETTE; the featured subject(s) is one colour & devoid of detail, the background maybe multi-coloured.
12. SOMETHING OLD; any subject (including people) that is seen to be old by a few years, in appearance, style or use.
13. TEXTURE; the image gives the impression of the physical nature of the surface of the material being portrayed.
14. URBAN SCENE; to show medium to high building density &/or an aspect of the life associated with the area.
15. HUMOROUS; an image with a humorous appeal to the viewer, the humour should lie in the photo not the title.