Frequently Asked Questions
Really just questions we came up with and answered.
- What does APS stand for? APS stands for Alameda Photographic Society.
- How do I submit images to a competition? Check out Submitting images to a competition.
- What happens to an image I submit to a competition?
- Follow this link for an Overview of APS competitions
- Follow this link for a Detailed look at APS competitions
- And follow this link for a flowchart (JPG) of the path through APS competitions.
- Follow this link for an Overview of PSA competitions
- Follow this link for a Detailed look at PSA competitions
- What is a Sequence and how do I submit a sequence to a competition? First, you should know that for Projected Images only Journalism and Nature competitions accept sequences.
- How do I join APS' Flickr group? The instructions can be found in Joining the APS Group on Flickr
- What is my APS Library? Your Image Library contains all of the images you have submitted to APS competitions or that you have uploaded into your library. Your library also tells you what competition(s) your image has been submitted to and what awards it has won. Your Image History shows each of your images which have placed in any competition.
- Read this document on Your Image Library to discover the capabilities of the image library.
- Read this document on Image Library History to discover what competitions your image has been submitted to and what awards it has won.