Print Competition – THE WATER’S EDGE

by John Baltz

Print Competition – THE WATER’S EDGE

  • February 2, 2016 - April 5, 2016
    12:00 am

“The Water’s Edge” This is a competition for everyone, not just Nature Lovers. Take your best shot of something happening along The Water’s Edge. Photos must simply show where the water meets land and you can use your own creativity to determine if something happens there or you see wildlife there or you just see a beautiful scene. This could be Nature Photography, Landscape Photography, Wildlife Photography, Glamour Photography, or any type genre that you see fit that happens at The Water’s Edge.

DEADLINE: Deadline to enter is April 5, 2016 (General Meeting.)


This print competition is open to members of the PSNWA. Submitted images should be deemed acceptable for public display for all ages. Photographs will be judged on Impact, Subject Matter / Creativity, Composition, Technical Quality, and Print Presentation. Black and White and Color photographs will be accepted.

Up to 3 prints can be submitted in either an 8 x 10 or 8 x 12 format with optional borders no more than maximum of quarter inch, at Bedford Camera & Video; by mail to PSNWA, PO Box 8837, Fayetteville AR 72703; or in person at PSNWA general meetings till the deadline. Prints must include Name, email, phone, and competition theme on the back lower right hand corner of each print. Photos with incomplete information will be disqualified.

Photographs will not be returned. PSNWA nor Bedford’s Camera and Video will be responsible for damaged or misplaced photographs. Images may be displayed at participating Business sponsors around Northwest Arkansas post competition. There is a gallery limit of two winning images per member that will be displayed. The top two scored images will be used to determine the images displayed if a member has multiple images ranked in the gallery range.

All panel decisions are final. For more information e-mail

Sponsored by:
Bedford Camera & Video

A Nonprofit Organization promoting the Art and Science of photography,
throughout Northwest Arkansas.