PSA 2020-100
2020 PSA INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
PROJECTED IMAGES, NATURE, PHOTO TRAVEL,
& PHOTOJOURNALISM DIVISIONS

INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

ENTRIES ARE CLOSED

 
GENERAL CHAIRMAN

 
    Howard Zatulove, EPSA Email: howardzatulove@gmail.com
 
    10608 W. Roundelay Cir.
   
    Sun City, AZ 85351
   
    USA

URL: psa-photo.org/psa-international
 
  SECTIONS
 
  The PSA International Digital Exhibition offers the following eight digital sections:

 
  Projected Image Division
    Chairman: Rajdeep Biswas, MPSA, EFIAP
 
  (1) Open/General - Color Class (PID-C)
(2) Open/General - Monochrome Class (PID-M)
 
  All entries in the Monochrome Class section must conform to the Monochrome Definition given below.  
  All acceptances in the section for each Class are eligible for Projected Image Division Star Ratings for that Class subject to the requirements of the Projected Image Division.

 
  Nature Division
    Chairman: Howard Zatulove, EPSA
 
  (1) Nature section
(2) Wildlife section
 
  All entries in the Nature section must conform to the Nature Definition given below.  
  All entries in the Wildlife section must conform to the Nature Definition given below and the Wildlife Definition given below.  
  All valid acceptances in each Nature section are eligible for Nature Division Star Ratings subject to the requirements of the Nature Division.

 
  Photo Travel Division
    Chairman: Valentina Sokolskaya, EPSA
 
  (1) People in Their Environment section
(2) Architecture and Landscapes section
 
  All entries in the People in Their Environment Section must conform to the Photo Travel Definition given below and the People in Their Environment Definition given below.  
  All entries in the Architecture and Landscapes section must conform to the Photo Travel Definition given below and the Architecture and Landscapes Definition given below.  
  All valid acceptances in each Photo Travel section are eligible for Photo Travel Division Star Ratings subject to the requirements of the Photo Travel Division.

 
  Photojournalism Division
    Chairman: Arnab Chakraborty, EFIAP
 
  (1) Photojournalism section
(2) Human Interest section
 
  All entries in the Photojournalism Section must conform to the Photojournalism Definition given below.  
  All entries in the Human Interest section must conform to the Photojournalism Definition given below and the Human Interest Definition given below.  
  All valid acceptances in each Photojournalism section are eligible for Photojournalism Division Star Ratings subject to the requirements of the Photojournalism Division.

 
  CALENDAR
 
    Closing Date: July 6, 2020
On-Line entry of images cannot be submitted after Midnight on this date.
 
    Judging Dates: July 9 through August 2, 2020
 
    Notification Date: August 16, 2020
 
    Acceptances Reported to PSA: September 1, 2020
 
    On-Line Catalog Availability Date: October 18, 2020
 
    Ship Awards Date: October 18, 2020

 
  ENTRY FEES
 
  A person may submit a maximum of four (4) digital images in each digital section of this exhibition and all work must be the work of that same person. Verified multiple submittals by and/or for the same person in the same section will cause all images in all sections of this exhibition for that person to be disqualified. Any acceptances and any additional awards will be revoked with all entry fees retained.

 
      World Wide    
    1 or both Sections in any 1 Division  $   5 US Total    
    1 or both Sections in any 2 Divisions  $ 10 US Total    
    1 or both Sections in any 3 Divisions  $ 15 US Total    
    1 or both Sections in all 4 Divisions  $ 20 US Total    
     
  PayPal is available for payment Online. Please note that you do not need a personal PayPal account to pay using our PayPal, just a valid debit or credit card (Master Card, Visa, Discover Card, American Express). Do not submit payments for other people on the same transaction.

 
  If you do have your own personal PayPal account you must still use the Exhibition's PID PayPal link to submit your payment to receive proper credit. DO NOT SEND PAYPAL PAYMENTS DIRECTLY TO PSA.

 
  Any entry without paid entry fees at the time of judging will not be judged.

 
  SIZE LIMITS
 
  Maximum digital image width (horizontal) is 1400 pixels.  Maximum digital image height (vertical) is 1050 pixels.

The images will be displayed for remote judging using individual monitors and laptops with native resolutions of 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels. The images will be displayed by each remote judge at the actual pixel dimensions submitted.

 
 

 
  The entry software will reject images that are larger than the above limits in either dimension even if it is only 1 pixel off. The exhibition will not resize any images. The maximum horizontal and vertical dimensions cannot be swapped. If you rotate your image to make it fit the limits, the exhibition will not rotate it to the proper position for judging.

Use the maximum quality for each of your .jpg images that does not result in a file size larger than 2Mb.

 
  DEFINITIONS
 
  PID Monochrome Definition
 
  An image is considered to be Monochrome only if it gives the impression of having no color (i.e. contains only shades of gray which can include pure black and pure white) OR it gives the impression of being a greyscale image that has been toned in one color across the entire image. (For example by Sepia, red, gold, etc.)

A greyscale or multi-colored image modified or giving the impression of having been modified by partial toning, multi toning or by the inclusion of spot coloring does not meet the definition of monochrome and will be classified as a Color Work.

 
  Images that meet the PID Monochrome definition may not be entered in the PID Color Class section. They may only be entered in the Monochrome Class section.

 
  Nature Definition
 
  There is one hard and fast rule whose spirit must be observed at all times. The welfare of the subject is more important than the photograph. This means that practices such as baiting of subjects with a living creature and/or removal of birds from nests for the purpose of obtaining a photograph are highly unethical. Such photographs are not allowed in Nature competitions. Judges are warned not to reward them.

 
  Nature photography is restricted to the use of the photographic process to depict 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 certify 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 must not be present, except where those human elements are integral parts of the nature story such as nature subjects, like barn owls or storks, adapted to an environment modified by humans, or where those human elements are in situations depicting natural forces, like hurricanes or tidal waves.  
  Scientific bands, scientific tags or radio collars on wild animals permissible.  
  Photographs of human created hybrid plants, cultivated plants, feral animals, domestic animals, or mounted specimens are ineligible, as is any form of manipulation that alters the truth of the photographic statement.  
  No techniques that add, 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, or without altering the content of the original scene, are permitted including HDR, focus stacking, and dodging/burning.
 
  Techniques that remove elements added by the camera, such as dust spots, digital noise, and film scratches, are allowed.
 
  Stitched images, including Panoramas, are not permitted.  
  All final images must look natural.  
  Color images can be converted to greyscale monochrome.  
  Infrared images, either direct-captures or derivations, are not allowed.
 
  Drone image captures and other aerial image captures are not allowed.

 
  Images entered in Nature sections meeting the Nature Photography Definition above can have landscapes, geologic formations, weather phenomena, and extant organisms as the primary subject matter. This includes images taken with the subjects in controlled conditions, such as zoos, game farms, enclosures that make the subjects dependent on man for food, and botanical gardens.

 
  Informative Note: Human elements are not limited to people in the image. Objects made by humans, such as roads, fences, signs, power lines, cell towers and buildings (or parts of buildings), are also considered human elements, as are domestic animals. Jesses and thongs on legs of raptors and other birds are considered human elements, not scientific banding, and are therefore included in this restriction. Sensor dust on digital captures and rounded corners of scanned images are not considered pictorial elements and may be removed. The final image must look natural to the judges.

 
  Wildlife Definition
 
  Images entered in Wildlife sections meeting the Nature Photography Definition above are further defined as one or more extant zoological or botanical organisms free and unrestrained in a natural or adopted habitat.  
  Landscapes, geologic formations, photographs of zoo or game farm animals, or of any extant zoological or botanical species taken under controlled conditions are not eligible in Wildlife sections.
 
  Wildlife is not limited to animals, birds and insects. Marine subjects and botanical subjects (including fungi and algae) taken in the wild are suitable wildlife subjects, as are carcasses of extant species.

 
  Photo Travel Definition
 
  A Photo Travel image expresses the characteristic features or culture of a land as they are found naturally. There are no geographic limitations. Images from events or activities arranged specifically for photography, or of subjects directed or hired for photography are not allowed. Close up pictures of people or objects must include features that provide information about the location.

Techniques that add, relocate, replace or remove any element of the original image, except by cropping, are not permitted. The only allowable adjustments are removal of dust or digital noise, restoration of the appearance of the original scene, and complete conversion to greyscale monochrome. Other derivations, including infrared, are not permitted. All images must look natural.

 
  Informative Note: Judges will not reward images which do not "look natural". Over saturation of colors, under-saturation of colors, excessive use of HDR techniques do NOT look natural. Use of fisheye lenses which distort perspective do NOT look natural. Images must be either full color or greyscale monochrome. Partial desaturation or color toning techniques do NOT look natural. A key phrase from the definition is "restoration of the appearance of the original scene". Images that do not conform to this definition may be disqualified or be given very low marks by the judges

 
  People In Their Environment Definition
 
  This theme includes images that meet the Photo Travel Definition and show people at work, at rest, at play, at worship, in the street etc. Attention is drawn to the sentence in the Photo Travel definition above: Close up pictures of people must include features that provide information about the environment. Close up portraits will receive low marks from the judges if there is no sense of place or environment.

 
  Architecture and Landscape Definition
 
  This theme includes images that meet the Photo Travel Definition and show buildings, structures such as bridges, statues etc. Close up images of parts of buildings, structures, etc which do not give a sense of the whole or the place will receive low marks. Landscape images should be distinctive giving a sense of place rather than small scale elements of part of the landscape.

 
  Photojournalism Definition
 
  Photojournalism entries must consist of images with informative content and emotional impact, reflecting the human presence in our world. The journalistic (story-telling) value of the image must receive priority over pictorial quality. In the interest of credibility, images that misrepresent the truth, such as those from events or activities specifically arranged for photography or of subjects directed or hired for photography, are not eligible.

Techniques that add, relocate, replace or remove any element of the original image, except by cropping, are not permitted. The only allowable modifications are removal of dust, scratches or digital noise, restoration of the existing appearance of the original scene, sharpening that is not obvious, and conversion to greyscale monochrome. Derivations, including infrared, are not eligible. All images must look natural.

 
  Human Interest Definition
 
  Human Interest is defined as an image meeting the Photojournalism Definition and that depicts a person or persons in an interactive, emotional or unusual situation, excluding recreational and sports action.

 
  GENERAL
 
  The exhibition is open to anyone; however, an entry may be rejected when the sponsoring organization or its agent, in its reasonable discretion, believes the entry does not conform to the exhibition rules and conditions.

 
  An entrant’s images will not be presented to the judges consecutively. An entrant’s four images will be distributed throughout four rounds of judging for that section. Distribution of images will be in the same round order as submitted by the entrant.

 
  Titles will not be read aloud during judging.

 
  Images will be judged remotely on-line.

 
  Each Image must have a unique title. Once an image has been accepted in any PSA Recognized Exhibition, regardless of section or Division, that same image, or a like “in camera” or a “reproduction” duplicate of that image:  
  May not be retitled if used in any other PSA Recognized Exhibition, including translation into another language.  
  Color images and Monochrome images from the same capture must have the same title.  
  PSA members working on Galaxy and Diamond Star Ratings will be allowed to continue using different titles of monochrome versions and color versions of the same capture that have already been accepted until the required number of acceptances for those titles have been completed.  
  Words such as "Untitled" and "No Title" are not acceptable as part or all of an image's title, nor are camera capture filenames.

 
  Please limit titles to 35 characters including spaces and punctuation. The Entry Form software will clip any excess characters resulting in an incomplete title on the Entry Form for inclusion in the Acceptance Records. This will cause problems when applying for Star Ratings.

 
  The maker’s name and/or the image title must not be in the image area or in any other area visible to the judges of any digital files, slides or prints. This includes copyrights.

 
  The target acceptance rate will be between 28% and 34% in each Section.

 
  PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED IMAGES
 
  An image (or a nearly identical in-camera duplicate) previously accepted in any PSA International CPID, EID, or PID Color Class section is not eligible for entry in the PID Color Class Section of the 2020 PSA Digital International.

An image (or a nearly identical in-camera duplicate) previously accepted in any PSA International PID Monochrome Class section is not eligible for entry in the PID Monochrome Class section of the 2020 PSA Digital International.

An image (or a nearly identical in-camera duplicate) previously accepted in any PSA International Nature Division section is not eligible for entry in either Nature Division section of the 2020 PSA Digital International.

An image (or a nearly identical in-camera duplicate) previously accepted in any PSA International Photo Travel Division section is not eligible for entry in either Photo Travel Division section of the 2020 PSA Digital International.

An image (or a nearly identical in-camera duplicate) previously accepted in any PSA International Photojournalism Division section is not eligible for entry in either Photojournalism Division section of the 2020 PSA Digital International.

An image previously accepted in any PSA Recognized Exhibition may not be retitled and submitted in any other PSA Recognized Exhibition or in the PSA International with the new title.

 
  Informative Note: PSA Recognized Exhibitions are not "THE" PSA International Exhibition. Images accepted in PSA Recognized Exhibitions but not in a digital section of past PSA International Exhibitions may be submitted in the appropriate sections of the 2020 PSA International provided they meet the Division requirements.

 
  DUPLICATE IMAGES
 
  A given image may be entered in only one section of the 2020 PSA International regardless of Division, Media, or Title.
All acceptances of that image will be revoked if multiple acceptances of the same image are discovered after judging.

 
  QUALIFIED IMAGE STATEMENT
 
  Entries must originate as photographs (image-captures of object via light sensitivity) made by the entrant on photographic emulsion or acquired digitally. By virtue of submitting an entry, the entrant certifies the work as his/her own and permits the sponsors to reproduce all or part of the entered material free of charge for publication and/or display in media related to the exhibition. This may include low resolution posting of accepted images on a web site, and may include use in the PSA Journal. Images where entrants do not give this permission will be declined and entry fees forfeited.

The exhibition assumes no liability of any misuse of copyright. All final work must be on photographic film, or in an electronic file, or on photographic or electronic print material, mounting excepted. Images may be altered, either electronically or otherwise, by the entrant. Artwork or computer graphics created by the entrant may be incorporated if the photographic content predominates, subject to divisional restrictions.

 
  Informative Note: PSA Journal policy requires a model release signed by the subject for publication of any model images in the Journal. This policy also applies to close-ups of people not taken in a public place. It is the entrant's responsibility to get such a release at the time the image is captured. Do not submit releases unless requested.

 
  DATA PROTECTION
 
  By entering this exhibition, you are explicitly consenting to the personal details you have supplied, including email addresses, being held, processed, and used by the exhibition organizers for purposes associated with this exhibition. You also explicitly consent to such information being sent to organizations that have accorded official recognition, patronage, or accreditation to this exhibition. You acknowledge and accept that entering this exhibition means the status and results of your entry may be made public. Email addresses and contact information will not be made public.

 
  BREACH OF CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
 
  If at any time, it is determined in the reasonable discretion of the exhibition organizer or the judges before, during, or after the judging of an exhibition that an entrant has submitted entries where one or more images may fail to comply with these Conditions of Entry, including the stated definitions, the exhibition organizers reserve the right to delete the entry from the exhibition and void any or all acceptances or awards in connection with the exhibition. Fees may be forfeited or refunded in these circumstances. The entrant acknowledges that the decision of the exhibition organizers or the judges is final.

In order to ensure that images comply with the Conditions of Entry and definitions, the exhibition organizers may carry out reasonable measures to verify that:
    a) the images are the original work of the entrant and
    b) the images comply with the rules and definitions as set out in these Conditions of Entry.
These steps include, but are not limited to, questioning any entrant, requiring the submission of RAW files or other digital files representing the original capture of the submitted image(s), confronting the entrant with evidence that one or more submitted images fails to comply with the Conditions of Entry (also known as Entry Rules), and offering the entrant a reasonable opportunity to provide counter evidence to refute the exhibition organizer’s evidence by a set deadline. Such entries that are not cleared or are still questionable after the entrant has presented evidence may be considered in breach of these Conditions of Entry, and declined. Such entries may be referred to PSA for further investigation of possible ethics violations.

PSA retains the right to investigate in any way all complaints/suspicions of breaches of entry conditions, impose sanctions if deemed necessary, void the acceptances of any image found to violate the PSA rules, include the entrant’s name on the list of sanctions provided to Exhibitions, and share such investigations with FIAP. Entrants automatically agree to these terms by the act of entering the Exhibition and agree to cooperate with any investigation.

If another party is submitting images on the entrant’s behalf, the entrant will still be held responsible for adhering to these Conditions of Entry (Entry Rules) and will be subject to sanction for any violations to these Conditions of Entry that may result.

WARNING: An entry received from an exhibitor under sanction by PSA at the time of entry will not be included in the judging and the entry fees will be forfeited.

 
  JUDGES
 
    PID-C Section  
 
    Jozef Aerts, HonPSA, GMPSA/S, MFIAP, EFIAP/p - Belgium
 
    Larry Cowles, HonPSA, GMPSA/P, EFIAP/p - USA
 
    Marcel J. A. Van Balken, MPSA, MFIAP, EFIAP/d3 - Netherlands
 
 
    PID-M Section  
 
    Nan Carder, FPSA, MPSA2, EFIAP - USA
 
    Suman Bhattacharyya, MPSA, ARPS, EFIAP/b - India
 
    Ross McKelvey, MFIAP, EFIAP/p - Northern Ireland
 
 
    Nature Sections  
 
    Koshal Basu, EPSA, EFIAP - India
 
    Daniel Charbonnet, HonPSA, EPSA - USA
 
    Gunther Riehle, APSA, GMPSA/P - Germany
 
 
    Photo Travel Sections  
 
    Nan Carder, FPSA, MPSA2, AFIAP - USA
 
    Nadia Filiaggi, EPSA, FIAP - Australia
 
    Mohammad Ali Salim, GMPSA, GPSA, MFIAP, ARPS - USA
 
 
    Photojournalism Sections  
 
    Randy Carr, APSA, GMPSA, AFIAP - USA
 
    Keith Gillett, EPSA - USA
 
    Charles Taylor, APSA - USA
 
 
  CATALOG
 
  An on-line PDF Catalog listing all acceptances in all eight Digital Sections of the 2020 PSA International Exhibition is included with your entry fee. You can download the catalog after the above Catalog Availability Date using a link on the Exhibition Web Site www.psa-photo.org/psa-international. You can save the Catalog as an electronic file and/or print it out. This Catalog will contain the same information that will be provided to the various Star Ratings Directors. It includes color reproductions of the medal winning images. Printed hard copies of the Catalog will not be mailed to the entrants.

 
  AWARDS
 
  All images considered for any awards must meet the appropriate Division and Section definition above.

 
  PSA Awards (Each Section)
1-PSA Gold Medal; 1-PSA Silver Medal; 1-PSA Bronze Medal,
6-PSA Honorable Mention Ribbons

 
  PID Awards (Each Section)
Creative Award; Portrait Award; Scapes Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

 
  Nature Division Awards
Nature Section
Botany Award; Landscape Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

Wildlife Section
Mammal Award; Ornithology Award, Insect Award; Wildflower Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

 
  Photo Travel Division Awards
People In Their Environment Section
Catching People Unaware Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

Architecture and Landscape Section Photo Travel Division Awards
Unusual Viewpoint Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

 
  Photojournalism Division Awards
Photojournalism Section
Best Public Service Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

Human Interest Section
Joy of Childhood Award
Judge's Choice Awards (One each Judge)

 
  Additional PSA Silver Medals, Bronze Medals and Honorable Mention Ribbons will be awarded depending on the number of entries received.

 
  AWARD CRITERIA
 
  In addition to meeting the appropriate section definition above, images must also meet one of the following criteria to be eligible for one of the Category Awards. Criteria for category awards not listed below should be self-evident.

 
      PID Creative Award
        The image must show "Alternate Reality" and obviously display a change in natural color,
        form, shape, or any combination of the three. Creative images may be montages (a blending
        composite of multiple images) or manipulated with textures and brushes. Realistic High
        Dynamic Range (HDR) images without further changes are not considered "Altered Reality".


    PID Portrait Award
        A Portrait is defined as a photograph of a human in which the face and its expression is
        predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the
        person. Portraits may be formal or candid, ranging from head and shoulders to full length.
        Animal portraits will not be considered.

    PID Scapes Award
        A Scape is defined as an expanse of scenery. Scapes may be, but are not limited to,
        landscapes, seascapes, skyscapes, or cityscapes. Human elements are allowed.

 
      ND Botany Award
        Eligible images include fungi, algae, lichens and other non-flowering plants as well as
        flowering plants.

    ND Landscape Award
        Eligible images include large landscapes, small landscapes, seascapes, waterfalls, etc.,
        all devoid of human influence or elements

    ND Wildflower Award
        Eligible images include wild flowering plant in bloom. Non-flowering plants are not eligible.

 
      PJD Best Public Service Award
        Eligible images are images that meet the Photojournalism Definition and include First
        Responders, such as Police, Firemen, and Paramedics, as well as any other public service
        providers such as Meter Maids, Bus Drivers, City Workers and Utility Linemen actively pursuing
        their functions of serving the public.

 
  BORDERS
 
  Borders are allowed but should only be thin strokes for Nature, Photo Travel, and Photojournalism images. Black borders will only hurt your score. Our presentation background is black and black borders will only make your images look smaller in relation to other images that are being judged.

 
  COLOR SPACE
 
  The judging and display software operates in and assumes that the images are in sRGB color space. If you use a larger color space (such as Adobe 1998 or ProPhoto), the colors may be reduced by the judge's computer to fit the sRGB color space. This means your image may not display the way you intended; it may lose color or detail or both. To ensure that we see what you want us to see, make a copy of your image, convert the color space in the copy to sRGB, save it and send us the sRGB copy. We will not convert the image for you. Do not use CMYK color space. CMYK images will not be accepted or shown to the judges.

 
  FILE NAMES
 
  You are not required to follow any naming convention for your .jpg files but be sure your original FILE NAME ONLY USES ENGLISH CHARACTERS. Foreign characters in the filenames can cause problems with the upload software. The on-line entry form software will properly rename your files to meet the needs of our exhibition software.

 
  PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS
 
  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no public exhibition of the accepted Images and award winners but they will be displayed in Galleries on the PSA Website.

 
  STATUS LIST
 
  Entries are processed periodically and the status reported on the Exhibition Web Site. The status report heading indicates the time/date of the last status list update. Please be patient. Updates are not automatic. Do not expect an immediate update.

If any problems are noted on the status list, please contact the Chairman by going to the Entry Form on the Exhibition Web Site and clicking on Contact Chairman to resolve.

 
  EMAIL SPAM BLOCKING
 
  Confirmations of entry submittals and Report Cards will be sent to entrants via email from salon.autoresponse@gmail.com.
Please be sure that this email address has been included in your “safe” email addresses to assure receipt of these emails instead of having them blocked by your security system. Also check your Junk E-Mail or Spam folder to see if your email software placed any messages from the exhibition there.

Confirmations of entry submittals and Report Cards will be computer-generated emails. Computer-generated emails are automatically blocked by some Internet email servers so please contact them in accordance with their instructions to allow any computer generated emails from the email address above if they do not show up in either your Inbox or your Junk E-Mail folder.

PayPal confirmation for on-line payments will come directly from PayPal using the sender name via PayPal as the sender name and member@paypal.com as the sender email. It will be addressed to you using your name as entered on the PayPal page.

 
  SUBMITTING IMAGES
 
  All Digital images must be submitted on-line using the English Alphabet only to fill-in the Projected Image Entry Form. After you have carefully read these “Information and Conditions of Entry”, and after double checking to make sure your images are no larger than 1400 pixels wide and no larger than 1050 pixels high, go to the bottom of these "Information and Conditions of Entry" and click on the DIGITAL ENTRY FORM button. When the Entry Form comes up fill it out, confirm you have read, understood, and will abide by these Conditions of Entry, attach your image files, and submit your entry. Your entry will not be submitted unless you confirm you have read these Conditions.

All digital section images must be submitted on the same entry form using the spaces provided on the form.

Digital entries on CD via postal mail will not be accepted.

If you have trouble submitting your digital images on-line please contact the Chairman by going to the Exhibition Web Site and clicking on Contact Chairman to resolve.

 
 
 
 

ENTRIES ARE CLOSED