The 3D Interclub Competition, designed to promote 3D photography and encourage membership in PSA, is open to all PSA-member clubs. In areas with no active 3D club, informal groups may organize as a virtual club, join PSA, and participate in this competition. Such groups need at least four (4) stereo photographers/workers. Club members do not have to hold membership in PSA.Suzanne Hughes
|Director / Email|
|Clubs Register by:||October 15 - Send an email to the Director providing the club name, club PSA membership number, and the Club 3D Interclub Coordinator's name and email address. * Clubs may join this Interclub Competition any time during the competition year and will be allowed to make up the Round(s) the club has missed.|
|Rounds Per Year / Dates||Three: November 3, February 7, May 7|
|Groups & Entries / Round||One Group: 6 images, maximum of 2 images per member. An image, which has won an Award or Honorable Mention in a past 3D Interclub Competition will be considered ineligible and no points or awards will be given. Individuals affiliated with more than one club, may only compete with one club per season.|
|Entry Method||Upload Images for the 2014-2015 Season
Entry form (Excel)
Entry form (doc)
Entry form (pdf)
|Rules & Awards /Round||Maximum of 2 stereo images per individual per competition. Top 5 images -1st thru 3rd, up to 5th place awards depending upon how many clubs enter. Awards & HMs depends on number of clubs. Certificate awarded to club scoring the most points after 3 rounds. Best Participation Certificate to club which utilizes its membership to the greatest extent.|
|End of Year (EOY) Awards||Best Images are awarded 3DD Gold Medal for 1st. Silver and Bronze Medal are awarded for 2nd and 3rd based on the number of competing clubs.|
|Information||Rules for entry.
Specifications for Creating Files for International Digital Exhibition.
To register for a PSA Division Interclub Competition, please contact the Interclub Competition Director listed at the top of this page. Clubs can register at any time and participate in as many or as few competitions as the club wishes; however, clubs need to register and participate in all of the offered rounds to be properly ranked in the year's standings.
The Interclub Comparison Chart is a quick reference to all seven of the PSA Interclub Competitions and is designed to help clubs select the Interclub Competition(s) that the club wishes to enter. A Consultant is available to help PSA-member clubs enter the Interclub Competitions. This service can be found in Clubs/Councils area, which is available through login.