The North Shore Challenge is a long running annual CAPA (Canadian Association for Photographic Art) Pacific Zone competition, hosted by the North Shore Photographic Society. The Whitehorse Photography Club has participated in the Challenge almost every year since sometime in the 1980’s, back when we had to mail in members’ precious original slides for judging. Of course it is all digital now, and it has been opened up to individual photographers as well as clubs. Subject matter is completely open and image editing is unrestricted, so artists can let their imaginations run wild.
Three judges score each image up to a maximum of 10 points and those numbers are added together, so the individual scores shown in the gallery are out of 30. Club entries are comprised of 6 member images. Our club scored a total of 144.5 points, placing us in a tie for 12th place out of 29 clubs that participated.