50th  SALON MONDIAL  2014

RESULTS
Exhibition details
14/06 - 02/07/201
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SALON MONDIAL 2014 -- Calendar

 

 

 Dernier délai de réception
(closing date)

08.05.2014

Réunion du jury
(judging)

10.05.2014

Notification des résultats
(notification)

16.05.2014

Exposition
(exhibition)

14.06 - 05.07.2014

Retour des oeuvres  (à partir de)
(prints returned - starting)

09.07.2014

Envoi des catalogues  (à partir de)
(catalogues mailed - starting)

09.07.2014

Awards

  • FIAP - Gold, Silver and Bronze & FLPA Gold medal for the best monochrome prints
  • FIAP - Gold, Silver and Bronze & FLPA Silver medal for the best color prints
  • FIAP - Gold, Silver and Bronze & FLPA Bronze medal for the best nature prints
  • PSA Gold medal for the best author in monochrome
  • PSA Gold medal for the best author in colour
  • PSA Gold medal for the best author in nature
  • ISF Medal for each section
  • 18 honourable FIAP mentions attributed to monochrome, colour and nature sections
  • 2 ISF diplomas for each section
  • 3 PCE diplomas for each section
  • FIAP Blue Badge for the best author of the show
  • Special price offered by "Esch City Tourist Office" for the best author from Luxembourg



 

Jury Monochrome & Nature 

Roger Chris DISCART, MFIAP                      Belgium

Peter JUNG, AFIAP                                         Germany

Pierre HAAS, EFIAP                                        Luxembourg

Nico KOHNEN, AFIAP (altern.)                      Luxembourg

 



 

Jury Color


Reha BILIR, AFIAP                                              Turkey

Susanne JUNG, EFIAP                                       Allemagne

Willy Suys, MFIAP                                              Luxembourg

Gilbert EWERT, AFIAP (altern.)                       Luxembourg

 

Entry conditions conforming to FIAP / PSA

1) Open to all photographers and photographic associations worldwide. Each participant must pay the entry-fee and follow the conditions. The organiser may reject nonconforming entries.

2) Three sections are available:

monochrome (open theme) prints

couleur (open theme) prints

nature (fixed theme) prints - color or b&w * / **

3) The number of prints is limited to 4 per author and section. (max total = 12). Photographs already submitted to an earlier contest of the PCE will be rejected.

4) The maximum recommended size is 12"x16" (30x40 cm). Prints can be unmounted or mounted on a light thin cardboard (print +board = max 1mm). Any subject may be treated.

5) The photographs have to respect the FIAP and PSA rules. All prints must be entirely the work of the participant and he must be in the possession of the unrestricted copyrights. Every print must be identified on the back with surname, first name the complete address and the email of the author, as well as the title of the work and the running number corresponding to the entry-form.

6) Surname, first name the complete address and the email of the sender needs to be filled on the entry-form.

7) Parcels should be sent as "Printed Matter" with the mention "Photographic works for exhibition only, will be returned to sender – no commercial value".

8) The organizer will treat the entries with utmost care, but declines all responsibility for loss, damage or theft in transit or during exhibition.

9) PSA, FIAP, ISF and FLPA medals and mentions will be awarded to the best photographs. A richly illustrated catalogue will be sent to each entrant conforming to the entry-conditions.

10) The organizer may reproduce and publish the entered photographs, on any communication medium, restricted to the PCE activities.

11) The decision of the jury is final and irrevocable. The participation to the contest implies acceptance of all conditions. Any particular case not mentioned will be settled without recourse by the organizer.

* Definition of Nature Photography (PSA)

All images used in PSA Nature Division competitions and PSA-recognized Exhibitions must meet the PSA Nature Definition of Nature Photography as follows:

Nature photography is restricted to the use of the photographic process to depict observations from all branches of natural history, except anthropology and archeology, in such a fashion that a well informed person will be able to identify the subject material and to certify as to its honest presentation. The story telling value of a photograph must be weighed more than the pictorial quality while maintaining high technical quality. Human elements shall not be present, except where those human elements enhance the nature story. The presence of scientific bands, scientific tags or radio collars on wild animals is permissible. Photographs of artificially produced hybrid plants or animals, mounted specimens, or obviously set arrangements, are ineligible, as is any form of manipulation that alters the truth of the photographic statement. No techniques that add to, relocate, replace, or remove pictorial elements except by cropping are permitted. Techniques that enhance the presentation of the photograph without changing the nature story or the pictorial content are permitted. All adjustments must appear natural. Color images may be converted to grayscale monochrome. Infrared images are not allowed.

All images used in PSA Nature Division competitions and PSA-recognized Exhibitions for Wildlife images must meet the above definition as well as the PSA Definition for Nature Wildlife Photography as follows:

Authentic wildlife is defined as one or more organisms living free and unrestrained in a natural or adopted habitat. Therefore, landscapes, photographs of zoo or game farm animals, or any living subject taken under controlled conditions are not eligible for Wildlife competitions. Authentic wildlife is not limited to uncontrolled zoological subjects. Land and marine botanical subjects in the wild (including fungi and algae) are also eligible subjects, as are animal carcasses.

Note: Wildlife images may be entered in Open Sections of Nature International Exhibitions. Images that do not have living organisms as the primary subject matter or images taken with the subjects in controlled conditions, such as zoos, game farms, botanical gardens or setups may be entered in Open Sections, but may not be entered in Wildlife Sections. Insects, marine subjects, and botanical subjects taken in the field are suitable wildlife subjects. Wildlife subjects are not limited to animals or birds.


** Definition of Nature Photography (FIAP)

Nature photography depicts living, untamed animals and uncultivated plants in a natural hanitat, geology and the wide diversity of natural phenomena, from insects to icebergs. Photographs of animals which are domesticated, caged or under any form of restraint, as well as photographs of cultivated plants are ineligible. Minimal evidence of humans is acceptable for nature subjects, such as barn owls or storks, adapting to an environment modified by humans, or natural forces, like hurricanes or tidal waves, reclaiming it. The original image must have been taken by the photographer, whatever photographic medium is used. Any manipulation or modification of the original image is limited to minor retouching of blemishes and must not alter the content of the original scene. After satisfying the above requirements, every effort should be made to use the highest level of artistic skill in all nature photographs.

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