Events Calendar

Click on a schedule item to display details of an event or competition. Click on the Outlook graphic to export that item to Outlook or any iCalendar compatible calendar.

Try clicking on the word "Agenda" at the top right to see a list of your events. You can return to the calendar view by clicking on "Month". If you are logged in, the website will remember your last usage.

 

  • today
March 2019
March 2019
SMTWTFS
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31      
March 2019
  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Agenda
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Evaluation - City Stories (12:00 AM PST)
Status: Judged Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations
Image Evaluation - City Stories (7:00 PM PST)
Tonight's evaluation is all about the working of the city - its people, its landscape, its stories and its secrets. Tonight we are asking our members to go out and capture images that show the identity, pride and culture of a specific city. There is no shortage of cities to choose from - pick one that you connect with and let us see the results of your adventures! Need some help with some ideas? Look into street photography, urban landscapes and architectural images to begin. Remember - the submission of images has changed. DO NOT email images to RPC.Evaluations. You will upload your images to this website following the instructions located at BD Tips. You must be logged in to the RPC website Do NOT email images to RPC.Evaluations You must upload only your own images and no-one else can upload them for you (unless logged as you).  The logged-in person who uploads is the owner of the images. File names must consist of only the image title, or you must edit the title in your image library to remove any elements that should not be there.  The title must be nothing but the title - no level or sequence numbers and above all it must not include your name (The title is displayed below the projected image during judging) Level and sequence numbers are not required.  The system knows your level, and images are displayed automatically by level (1 to 4) and within each level, according to a randomly assigned sequence number.. The deadline for submissions (7 pm on Monday) is firm.  There is no leeway.  If you are late the system will not accept your entries.  Period! Do not expect any acknowledgement from myself. If you are anxious and need to confirm that your images have been entered:  In the main menu Click Competitions> Competition Management > Submit Images to a Competition > Select the applicable evaluation competition and you will see what you have submitted. You do not have to submit all your images at once - you may submit one or two and come back la
North Shore Photographic Challenge - Judging (7:00 PM PST)
What are judges thinking? (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, March 10, 2019 11:30 PM Competition Type: !RPC Other
What Are Judges Thinking???? (7:00 PM PDT)
Have you ever wondered why one of your images has received a low mark?  or whether an image is even worthy of submission? Let Allen Barge, sports and wildlife photographer, CAPA judge extraordinaire and past president of CAPA, answer your questions as to how judges arrive at a score. He will also provide ideas as to methods of improvement. No later than 7pm on Sunday March 10 submit one or two digital images in the usual 1200 x 1600 pixel configuration to the "competition" titled "What are Judges Thinking?" which you will find on the calendar on March 11. Remember, your images will not be scored so submit images for which you  simply want constructive feed-back to help improve them.
Thompson & Lansdowne 2019 (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Friday, March 15, 2019 12:00 AM Member Voting is now Closed. Competition Type: !RPC Exhibition Candidates
Wildlife Photography with Frank Pali (7:00 PM PDT)
Come and listen to, and discuss with, Fank Pali as he teaches us many tips and techniques for capturing great shots of wildlife. Here's the agenda for the meeting and it looks like lots of good information. Frank is a professional photographer who has won awards for his wildlife and landscape images. His extensive collections of stock photography are represented by companies such as Getty Images, All Canada Photos and Alamy. Frank’s photos have been featured in books and magazines worldwide. He is a CAPA certified judge and  is known for his friendly manner and gentle suggestions for improvement.  Frank conducts workshops for clubs, small groups or individuals on all topics such as “Love your Lightroom”  “Digital Enhancement” and “Tips to Win Over Photography Judges”. He also loves helping budding photographers in the field and will accompany individuals and groups to local photo spots.  Following a recent trip to the jungles of Costa Rica, Frank was inspired to share his experiences with photographers and has partnered with an Eco Resort to conduct a series of workshops for 2019 and 2020. Feel free to ask him about this once-in-lifetime opportunity! To learn more of Frank and his work, visit his website
Closing: Fraser Valley Invitational 2019 (11:30 PM PDT)
Closes: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 11:30 PM Member Voting Closes: Sunday, March 31, 2019 11:30 PM
Evaluation - A Day in the Life... (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Open Closes: Monday, March 25, 2019 7:00 PM Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations
Image Evaluation - A Day in the life of.... (7:00 PM PDT)
Tonight's theme is simple, yet complicated. The challenge to image makers tonight is to go out and capture up to three images of a day in the life of something. What can you show? whatever you feel like as long as it communicates the happenings of a single day of whatever your theme subject is.  Looking for ideas? Start your themes broadly and then you can narrow down the subject - a good place to start would be the broad categories of "home, work and connections". Maybe you will show us a day spent in a train station, on a boat, at home, at a party. The ideas are endless, we want to see your images that capture a day in the life of something. Remember - the submission of images has changed. DO NOT email images to RPC.Evaluations. You will upload your images to this website following the instructions located at BD Tips. You must be logged in to the RPC website Do NOT email images to RPC.Evaluations You must upload only your own images and no-one else can upload them for you (unless logged as you).  The logged-in person who uploads is the owner of the images. File names must consist of only the image title, or you must edit the title in your image library to remove any elements that should not be there.  The title must be nothing but the title - no level or sequence numbers and above all it must not include your name (The title is displayed below the projected image during judging) Level and sequence numbers are not required.  The system knows your level, and images are displayed automatically by level (1 to 4) and within each level, according to a randomly assigned sequence number.. The deadline for submissions (7 pm on Monday) is firm.  There is no leeway.  If you are late the system will not accept your entries.  Period! Do not expect any acknowledgement from myself. If you are anxious and need to confirm that your images have been entered:  In the main menu Click Competitions> Competition Management > Submit Images to a Competition > Select the ap
Voting Closes: Fraser Valley Invitational 2019 (11:30 PM PDT)
Fraser Valley Invitational 2019 (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Open Closes: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 11:30 PM Member Voting Closes: Sunday, March 31, 2019 11:30 PM Competition Type: !RPC External Contest Candidates


This website is hosted by Visual Pursuits, a service provided by Software Pursuits, Inc.