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SLF Handbook

Section 3.e Certificate Winners Competitions

10th September 2018 Section 3.e The competitions for CERTIFICATE WINNERS i) Prints and Projected Digital Images There will be a single match in the year for each discipline, leading to the Owen Trophy (monochrome prints), the KJP Colour Trophy (colour prints) and the Edwin Appleton Rose Bowl (projected digital images). The matches are a part of Finals Day. The entries are pre-judged, with just the winning entry and a small selection of images shown on Finals Day. Prints or images which have been awarded a certificate of merit in the current year’s inter-club competitions are eligible for these matches. Only the version of the print or image awarded the certificate can be entered, not subsequently edited versions thereof. In addition, any club not awarded a certificate in a discipline in the current season may enter a 'Club Champion' in the Certificate Winners Competition for that discipline. The 'Club Champion' must be selected from the entries receiving the highest mark in any Federation competition in that discipline in the current season. Such prints will be identified with a 'Club Champion' label.
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SLF Handbook

Section 3.e Certificate Winners

Competitions

10th September 2018 Section 3.e The competitions for CERTIFICATE WINNERS i) Prints and Projected Digital Images There will be a single match in the year for each discipline, leading to the Owen Trophy (monochrome prints), the KJP Colour Trophy (colour prints) and the Edwin Appleton Rose Bowl (projected digital images). The matches are a part of Finals Day. The entries are pre- judged, with just the winning entry and a small selection of images shown on Finals Day. Prints or images which have been awarded a certificate of merit in the current year’s inter-club competitions are eligible for these matches. Only the version of the print or image awarded the certificate can be entered, not subsequently edited versions thereof. In addition, any club not awarded a certificate in a discipline in the current season may enter a 'Club Champion' in the Certificate Winners Competition for that discipline. The 'Club Champion' must be selected from the entries receiving the highest mark in any Federation competition in that discipline in the current season. Such prints will be identified with a 'Club Champion' label.