|2017||Karori Camera Club||Bruce Girdwood||Kapiti Coast PS, (Hutt, Aoteroa Philippines), Karori|
Stella Daniell Award: Karen Thorne, Hutt Camera Club, Abstact category
|2016||Aotearoa Philippines||Helen Mitchell||Hutt, Wellington, Karori|
Stella Daniell Award:
|2015||Hutt Camera Club||Terry Wreford Hann||Aotearoa Philippines, Kapiti Coast PS, (Karori, Kapiti)|
Stella Daniell Award: Fiona Foxall
|2014||Kapiti Camera Club||Bruce Hutton||Kapiti, Karori, Hutt|
Stella Daniell Award: Denise Gandy, Kapiti
|2013||Kapiti Coast Photographic Society||Tony Bridge||Karori, Kapiti Coast PS, (Wellington, Aotearoa Philippines)|
Stella Daniell Award: Ian Walker, Hutt Camera Club, Skin category
|2012||Wellington Photographic Society||Jordyn O’Keefe||Wellington, Aotearoa Philippines, (Hutt, Karori)|
Stella Daniell Award: Hugh Scott, Kapiti Coast PS, Abstract category
|2011||Karori Camera Club||Bruce Girdwood||Welliington, (Karori, Kapiti Coast PS)|
Stella Daniell Award: Kevin Corrin, Karori Camera Club – reflections print
|2010||Hutt Camera Club||Lance Lawson||Karori, Wellington, Hutt|
|2009||Kapiti Camera Club||Brian Seach||Wellington, Kapiti Coast PS, Hutt|
|2008||Kapiti Coast Photographic Society||Don Sharpe||Wellington, Karori, Kapiti Coast PS|
|2007||Wellington Photographic Society||Robert Kitchin||Waikanae, Wellington, Karori|
|2006||Karori Camera Club||Don Sharpe||Wellington, Kapiti, Karori|
|2005||Hutt Camera Club||Glen Howey||Hutt, (Wellington, Waikanae)|
|2004||Kapiti Camera club||A female judge?||Kapiti Camera Club, Wellington|
|2003||Waikanae||Bruce Hutton||Kapiti Camera Club|
|2002||Wellington Photographic Society||Simon Woolf stepped in||Kapiti Camera Club|
|2001||Karori Camera Club||Karori Camera Club|
|2000||Hutt Camera Club.|
|1999||Waikanae Camera Club|
|1998||Kapiti Camera Club.|
|1997||Wellington Photographic Society||Dave Daniel||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1996||Lower Hutt Camera Club.||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1995||Waikanae Camera Club.|
|1994||Kapiti Camera Club ?||Greg Royle||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1984 to 1993||records unavailable.|
|1983||Lower Hutt Camera Club.|
|1982||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1981||Kapiti Camera Club||Lower Hutt Camera Club.|
|1979||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1978||Lower Hutt Camera Club|
|1977||Wellington Photographic Society|
|1976||Lower Hutt Camera Club|
|1975||Wellington Photographic Society||Wellington Photographic Society|
The Evening as organised from 2011 to 2013
There is no prescriptive procedure for how the competition is organised on the evening. Below gives a general idea of how things were run from 2011 to 2013.
There were 6 clubs each with 10 prints. The hosting club provides one MC, one judge and one scorer. Each club has two helpers (one to collect the print that has just been displayed, and another to bring up the next print).
There needs to be a way of displaying 6 prints so that the judge can look at all 6 prints at once.
For each category, the judge ranks the 6 prints, using 1 for the highest ranked print to 6 for the lowest ranked print.
The scorer keeps track of the scores and announces them at the end of each round. Ideally this is projected, so that people can see the results as the evening goes on.
Each club had a table to keep their 10 prints.
There needs to be seating for about 80 to 100 people.
The Evening as organised in 2014
In 2014, there was both a print and digital section. The print section followed the print rules as in previous years. The digital section had the following guidelines.
Each club brought a selection of up to 20 digital images (not previously entered into a Wellington region interclub competition) for each of the 5 categories, loaded on a laptop that had an HDMI out port and can display the images full screen. The images should be JPEGs in the sRGB colour space; and either 1920 px wide by not more than 1080 px high, OR 1080 px high by not more than 1920 px wide.
At the beginning of the evening, the judge announced 5 topics, one for each category.
Each club selected one of their digital images that best fit the topic announced by the judge. There was an opportunity to explain (30 seconds maximum) how that image fits that topic (humorous and farfetched explanations particularly welcome!).
The six images were displayed on a large TV screen (one for each club) randomly and anonymously but side by side for judging in the normal manner.