Print Competition - Photographic Critique

  • October 12, 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (CDT)
  • 7322 E 91st St, Tulsa, OK 74133


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It's time for Image Critique!

Would you like to get feedback on your images for November's Print Competition?  This meeting will be a great source for learning tips and tricks to improve your photography overall!  If you have questions, contact Jennifer Biddle, Curtis Sprague, or Bob Holder.

Note:  We also have a few business discussions to take place at this meeting.  We will be nominating officers for the 2022 year and Jennifer will be proposing a change involving INPPA's website.  Both will need member votes.

This meeting will be streamed over Zoom as well.  The link will be in the registration confirmation email.

More information regarding participation in the critique is as follows:

Files must be sized so the longest dimension is 4000 pixels. Each file must contain an embedded color profile of either sRGB or Adobe RGB1998 and be saved at a JPEG quality setting of 10. In most cases, total file size should not exceed 3.5 MB. Larger files will be accepted when necessary so long are they are JPEG/10.

Files are to be named, 01_Image_Title (use _ for spaces, e.g. 01_See_Spot_Run.jpg) The next Image will start with 02_Image_title.jpg

Limit 12 images per attendee.

Images are to be uploaded to no later than October 11th.

While there is no fee for image critique there is an $8.00 annual charge for print for use of this software you can choose to select the $12 option for the ability to go back and view scores. This is the same scoring software that PPOK will use for competition. Once you pay this usage fee you will not have to pay a usage fee again this year (only print case fees).

If you are new to please view this quick video on how to register.

and this quick video on how to upload images.

Last year, Jennifer Biddle made a video on preparing mats for competition images.  If you would like more information on mats, visit:

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