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- Photographer must be a member (in good
standing) of the OCPA.
- The show will be advertised in the media
according to the theme for that show. Although not required, photographers
are encouraged to bring a photograph that fits the theme.
- All photographs must be matted and framed to
be hung and will have the name of photographer and price marked on each
piece of work entered.
- Photographs must not be wider or taller than
the standards (at the discretion of the committee this requirement can be
waived or altered).
- Photographs in the flip bin must be mounted on
foam core or heavy mat board, shrink wrapped or enclosed in clear plastic
protective sleeves with the price written on the back of photograph.
- RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER
- Bring an inventory of photos entered in
the show prior to hanging. Inventory will include all photos entered,
asking price, photographer’s name and telephone number.
- Photographer must sign up and work at the
show or find another member to substitute to have the privilege of
hanging photos. Time slots will be equally distributed among entrants.
- Hang the photographs on the designated day
according to the following guidelines:
- Hang your photographs throughout the
- Put some of your photographs on the top
and some on the bottom of the standard.
- Be sure your photograph looks good next
to its ‘neighbor’ (alternate large and small photographs so it
will be balanced; be sure colors go together).
- Put the label below your photograph
flush with the right of the frame.
- Adhere to the standard with blue masking
tape (no sticky gum or tape that will remove paint from the standard).
NO TAPE ON THE FRONT OF THE LABEL.
- The show monitor may rearrange photos
the next morning to follow the guidelines.
- Each photographer is responsible for removing
their own photographs after the show. OCPA
and Pony Village Mall assume no responsibility for photographs hung in the
to Various Rules
Copyright © 2001 OREGON
COAST PHOTOGRAPHERS' ASSOCIATION, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Revised: November 22, 2001