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10th International Exhibition of Photography  
"EIRE EXHIBITION 2024"  
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10th International Exhibition of Photography

EIRE EXHIBITION 2024 


Fully PSA 2024-1154
 recognized

ORGANISER 
Digital Photo Archive Limited, Sligo, Ireland 
Ivy Cecez, Chairman of the organising committee 
http://www.digitalphotoarchivelimited.com 
 
CONTACTS 
a. Email address of the Exhibition - office@digitalphotoarchivelimited.com 
b. Authors must fill out online entry form available on our web site  
c.     Name of Exhibition Software Provider. Digital Photo Archive 
d.     Details on how to enter the exhibition. 
  
SECTIONS 
 - There are 6 sections, all digital: 

A)  OPEN COLOUR (colour digital) PSA PID Colour  

B)   WOMAN COLOUR (colour digital) PSA PID Colour

C)   LIFE COLOUR (colour digital) PSA PID Colour

D)  LANDSCAPE COLOUR (colour digital) PSA PID Colour

E)   OPEN MONOCHROME (monochrome digital) PSA PID Monochrome

F)   PORTRAIT MONOCHROME (monochrome digital) PSA PID Monochrome

 - Each photo can be presented in only one section. 
 
ENTRY FEE 
15$ USD for any 1, 2 or 3 sections 
20$ USD for any 4, 5, or all 6 sections 
Possible ways of payment: 
- PayPal transfer (to office@digitalphotoarchivelimited.com) 
- The works of the authors who did not pay the fee would not be taken into consideration. GROUP ENTRIES 
The group must consist of at least 5 entrants.  
Each person must enter separately  
A discount of will be given to all group entries:  
5-9 Entrants: 10% 
 
CALENDAR 
Closing date:     20.03.2024. 
Judging:     01.04. - 13.04.2024. 
Notification:    20.04.2024. www.digitalphotoarchivelimited.com 
Sending of awards: 09.06.2024. 
EDAS submitted by: 09.05.2024. 
On-Line Gallery posted on the website www.digitalphotoarchivelimited.com after 20.04.2024. On-line PDF Exhibition Catalogue:  09.06.2024. 
 
 
JURY MEMBERS for all 6 sections: 
Francis KING, EFIAP/g, GMPSA/p, Canada
Aleksandar SASIC, PPSA, Republic of Ireland  
Lewis Ka Yin CHOI, FPSA, GMPSA/S, EFIAP/p, ESFIAP, GPU CR-5, Hong Kong 
 
 
AWARDS 
PSA Gold medal in each section (6 altogether) 
SALON Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals in each section (18 altogether) 
+6 SALON honourable mention in each section (36 altogether) 
DPA Badge for the best Author 
 
- Each author can receive only one award in each section. 
 
CATALOGUE 
On-line PDF Exhibition Catalogue. 
 
REPORT CARD NOTIFICATION 
All participants will receive report card notifications via e-mail. The results of the exhibition will also be published on the website www.digitalphotoarchivelimited.com 
 
Details of Exhibition requirements 
IMAGE AND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: This exhibition is open to anyone; however, an entry may be rejected when the Sponsor or the Exhibition Organizers, in their reasonable discretion, believes the entry does not conform to exhibition rules and these ES-COE. Membership in any photographic organization is not required. 
Entries will not be accepted from any entrant who is on the PSA Penalties List for Ethics Violation. 
Entry fees are not refundable in these circumstances. 
PSA Star Ratings: To receive proper Star ratings credit from PSA, entrants must provide their names and country exactly the same way in each exhibition. Aliases are not permitted. Please contact PSA in the event of name changes or relocating to another country. Using one’s name differently in different exhibition exposes the entrant to the risk that many of their acceptances may not be recognized by PSA Star Ratings. 
 

Image creation and ownership 
In all sections of the exhibition, images must originate as photographs made by the 
entrant. They may not incorporate identifiable images produced by anyone else (for example: clip art, replacement skies, or stock images).  Images created in whole or in part by image creation software (frequently called ‘AI’ images) are not allowed. Editing or alteration of images is permitted within the limits specified in the relevant section definitions that are available here https://psaphoto.org/page/division-definitions 
  
Any person submitting or attempting to submit a totally AI generated image that does not begin with a light capture from the maker, from any Photographic Society of America exhibition, social media, event, or publication, other than for editorial purposes, shall be prohibited from PSA for a period of from 3 years to life. 
 
Reproduction: The entrant 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 on a website. The Photographic Society of America (PSA) may request specific permission from entrants to reproduce entered images in its educational materials. The terms of that permission will be mutually agreed between the entrant and PSA except in the circumstances where the entered image is found to breach the PSA Ethics Policy. In those circumstances the image may be reproduced by PSA, without the entrant’s further permission, for educational purposes to illustrate serious exhibition rule violations. For those reproductions, the entrant’s name will be withheld. Entries will not be accepted from entrants who indicate that their images may not be reproduced in materials related to the exhibition. The exhibition assumes no liability of any misuse of copyright Re-use of accepted images: Any image that has been accepted in this exhibition, past or present, may not be entered again in the same Division Star Ratings Class in any future instances of this exhibition. It may, of course, be entered in any other PSA recognised exhibitions but must always have the same title. Re-titling in another language is not allowed. 
Entry: An Entry consists of, up to and including, four (4) images entered by a single entrant into the same Section. An entrant may only enter a specific Section once. Entrants may not enter identical or similar images into the same section or different sections of the same exhibition. Similar is defined as almost identical in subject, composition, props, lighting or technique so that a reasonable person viewing the entries together would decide the entrant has duplicated the previous image except for minor changes. 
Titles: Each image must have a unique title that relates to the content of the image. That unique title must be used for entry of that image or of an identical Image into any and all PSA-Recognized exhibitions. Titles must be 35 characters or fewer. No titles may be visible to the judges, and nothing in the image may identify the entrant. Titles may not include file extensions such as .jpg or .jpeg (or any other camera capture filenames such as IMG 471). Titles may not consist of personal identifiers possibly augmented by a number; or include words such as “untitled” or “no title”. Titles may not consist solely of numbers unless those numbers are prominently contained within the image, such as a contestant number in a race. 
Color and Monochrome: 
Color and Monochrome images from the same capture that share substantial pictorial content in common will be considered the same image and must be given the same title. 
 
PHOTOGRAPHS 
AUTHORS MUST FILL OUT ENTRY FORM AND SUBMIT PHOTOS ONLINE

- Photos must be in JPG file format, Max. image width (horizontal) is 1920 pix. Max. image height (vertical) is 1080 pix. in 300 dpi. compression 7-12, max 2Mb. 

 

The Exhibition will be conducted in accordance with the rules of the PSA

 

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 in that section. Distribution of images will be in the same round order as submitted by the entrant. At no stage will a judge be able to view all the entrant’s images together.

 

 

JUDGING METHOD

 

Remote judging of images will be with calibrated computer monitors (minimum 19 inches) or high definition TV screens at 100% of the submitted pixel size (1920x1080 pix).

Equipment will be capable of displaying images at 100% of the image resolution, it will not resize any submitted images or change the aspect ratio of the original image to “Fit to screen” or to “Fill screen” by monitors or HDTV equipment.

Oversized images will be rejected and the entrant required to resubmit their entry with properly sized images.

All information, including image file names, provided to the judges for remote judging must retain complete anonymity of the entrants and not provide the judges with any means of determining any entrant’s personal details, such as name, email address, or country.

 

The target acceptance rate is up to 30% in each section. 

 

DATA PROTECTION

 

By entering this exhibition, you are explicitly consenting to the personal details you have supplied, including physical addresses, 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, agree and accept that by entering this exhibition, your participation status which includes your first and last name, name of the country used during registration at the exhibition, number of sections entered and number of photos entered in those sections will be made public in a published status list and that the results of your entry shall be made public in exhibition gallery, exhibition catalog. You also agree and accept the policy regarding Breaches of Rules of the PSA.

CC - Subject matter and definitions

Statement on Subject Matter - applicable to all sections

The fundamental rule that must be observed at all times and applies to all sections offered in exhibitions with PSA recognition is that the welfare of living creatures is more important than any photograph. This means that practices such as baiting of subjects with a living creature and removal of birds from nests, for the purpose of obtaining a photograph, are highly unethical, and such photographs are not allowed in any exhibition with PSA recognition. Under no circumstances may a living creature be placed in a situation where it will be killed, injured or stressed for the purpose of obtaining a photograph. Images that show live creatures being fed to captive animals, birds or reptiles are not permitted under any circumstances.

There are also concerns about the use of aerial photography, drones, helicopters, low flying aircraft. These should not cause any interference with other individuals or animals which causes a disturbance in their normal activity or disrupt the way any individuals or animals interact with their environment. Entrants in PSA recognized exhibitions should comply with all relevant laws and regulations, associated with aerial photography, in the country in which the image was taken. Entry into PSA recognized exhibitions is conditional on accepting these policies. The content of images must comply with the General Conditions and with the Division and Section definitions listed in these conditions.

Images that - in the sole opinion of the judges- do not comply, will be disqualified so the entrant may be aware of the problem when considering entry into other exhibitions with PSA recognition.

 

Definition of Woman Colour in PID-C

The closest definition of Woman section, photography where the only condition is that the subject is female.

Attention is drawn to the PSA Statement on Subject Matter which applies to all sections

Life Definition in PID-C

 The closest definition of Life photos, pictures of everyday life on which depict people, events, phenomena - Life itself. Monochrome images may not be entered in PID Color Sections.  

Attention is drawn to the PSA Statement on Subject Matter which applies to all sections

 Landscape Definition in PID-C

This category is typically a photograph that captures the presence of nature and may include sea/oceans/water/underwater. 

It can have man-made features (e.g. city skylines) or disturbances of landscapes, with or without people on photography. 

Representational landscapes (more natural and realistic), an impressionistic landscape or abstract landscape photographs are allowed. 

Attention is drawn to the PSA Statement on Subject Matter which applies to all sections

 

PSA 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 grey 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 shall be classified as a Color Work.

Greyscale Monochrome images may be entered for Nature, and Photo Travel but toned images are not permitted for these sections.

Monochrome images may not be entered in color sections of PPD or PID.

Attention is drawn to the PSA Statement on Subject Matter which applies to all sections.

 

 

Portrait Definition in PID-M

Our definition of the Portrait section; a photograph of a person or group of people who are aware they are being photographed. 

An image is considered to be Monochrome only if it gives the impression of having no color (i.e.

contains only shades of grey 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 shall be classified as a Color Work. 

Color images are not allowed.

 

Attention is drawn to the PSA Statement on Subject Matter which applies to all sections.

 

 

CD-1 Non-compliance Non-compliance

See the PSA Ethics Policy at https://psa-photo.org/page/ethical-practices.

See the PSA statement on Subject Matter at https://psa-photo.org/page/division-definitions  If, in the discretion of the exhibition organizer or the judges, an entrant has submitted that may fail to comply with these Conditions of Entry, they are allowed to request unedited or raw files of the submitted image. 

For composite images all files are required.

 

Exhibition organizers may verify that:

a)  the images are the original work of the entrant

b)  the images comply with the rules and definitions as set out in these ES-COE 

 

Such entries may be referred to PSA for further investigation of possible ethics violations. PSA retains the right to investigate all complaints, impose penalties 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 processing and/or submitting images on the entrant’s behalf, the entrant will still be held responsible for adhering to the entry rules and will be subject to penalties for any violations to these Conditions of Entry or to PSA’s Statement of Ethics.


NOTICE: When entrants fills in the Entry Form to submit an entry they will see the following feature to affirm they have read these Conditions of Entry 

“I hereby confirm that I have read and understood and agree to the Conditions of Entry of this exhibition. I have read and understood the PSA document to be found at https://psa-

photo.org/resource/resmgr/pdf/exhibitions_/exhibition-entrants-agreemen.pdf . I am aware that PSA may apply penalties for non-compliance to these Conditions of Entry”

Failure to agree will mean that the application will not proceed.

 


Licence agreement:

By submitting an entry, the entrant certifies legal Age, and own all rights to these images, including copyright or parents or guardians gives permission on his/her behalf if he/she is not of Legal Age. The exhibition assumes no liability for any misuse of copyright. 


 


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