Masters of Print 2021 - Open for Entries

The 2021 Masters of Print is open for entries with the online entry closing 8th October 2021 and prints to be with organiser by 15th October. It will be Judged shortly after and it is hoped that an Exhibition will go ahead at Birmingham in St Martin's Church in the Bullring from the 4th December. This is the second Masters of Print to be Judged in 2021 as the 2020 event was postponed due to Covid. 

For full rules and details please visit the following documents on the PAGB Website (click here) and (click here)

You can enter as an Individual or you can organise an entry on behalf of your Club. You should be a bona fide member of a Club affiliated to the PAGB and may only enter once per competition and for one Club each year. If your Club is not currently operating, or you are unable to join it because of the current restrictions, let the PAGB know and they may permit your entry.

Entries, either by an Individual or by a Club, must be made through the PAGB on-line Entries System. This includes PDI copies of your prints 2400 pixels on the longest side.

Photographers may enter prints to any combination of the Monochrome, Colour and Nature Categories up to a maximum of 5 prints. 

Entry by a Club. The Club may collate the work of any number of Photographers, excluding any Individual who has already finalised their entry. 

The system provides a download of labels, with barcodes, which must be fixed to the back of each Print. When viewed from the back, the label should be placed as close as possible to the top right corner. In addition to the Print labels, the system provides a download of documentation to be sent to the Organisers with the Prints.

60 Prints are then selected for the Exhibition (max one per author), and awards are made to individual prints. In addition to this, you will receive a copy of this year's printed catalogue, to the same quality as the one all Clubs received Free this year, which will feature all of the Accepted and Award winning photographs (one per page).

You can enter via the PAGB Website (click here) If you require some assistance in making your entry you can view a PDF of illustrated Guidance Notes (click here)

For Scottish Successes in 2020 and to view previous catalogues and galleries visit the following webpage where you will find all of the details and links (click here)