South Jersey Camera Club’s Project Project

SJCC’s most unusually named activity invites members creating photo projects that include 3 to 5 photographs based on a single theme or activity. See the Project Gallery.

Project Project: Guidelines

Presentations will include 3-5 images that when shown together either tell a story or illustrate an end result. Photos will be presented sequentially but in the case of a project series the finished project can be displayed as a grouping such as a layout, triptik, or finished piece of art.

Projects and Essays can be of any subject matter and will be completely up to the photographers keeping in mind the our club is family oriented and subject matter should be chosen appropriately. A short document should accompany each submission explaining the reason for the project shown.


  • Document an event or activity. (Girl Scout Cookie Drive or community cleanup campaign)
  • Photograph a familiar subject in a different way using only a wide angle or telephoto lens.
  • Photograph common household items or food to create fine-art displays.
  • If you normally photograph in color, try shooting in B&W.
  • Edit your photographs using unfamiliar software and learn new techniques.
  • Too many ideas to mention.  Think outside the box and have fun.

Email entries to Deadline for submitting images is midnight the Sunday before the meeting. Photos should be prepared in the same way photos are prepared for monthly contests: 1400 px on the long side in the SRGB color space.

Each photo file name should include the following: Sequence Number_Photographer’s Name_Title of Project_Photo Title (if applicable). Example: 2_Bob Smith_Fall Colors_Tree In My Backyard.jpg

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