Q: Can I submit digitally printed black and white photographs?
A: No, only silver gelatin prints will be considered in the Weston Scholarship Competition.
Q: Should I use fiber and/or RC based paper to print my photographs?
A: Both are acceptable so use whichever you are most comfortable with!
Q: Can my photographs be different sizes?
A: No, your portfolio must include 10 consistently sized photographs.
Q: What kind of "proof of registration" can I include?
A: A printed screenshot of your class schedule for the current semester or a signed letter from your school counselor/registrar.
Q: How will I know if I've won a Weston Scholarship?
A: You will be notified with the results of your submission.
Q: Can I over-mat my photographs?
A: Yes; but, keep in mind, if you over-mat one photograph you must over-mat them all.
Q: Is the quality of my prints taken into consideration during the judging process?
A: Yes, poorly printed or damaged photographs (scratched, improperly fixed, etc.) are ineligible to win top awards in the Weston Scholarship Competition and will rarely win honorable mentions.
Q: Can I bring my family and friends to the awards ceremony?
A: Absolutely! Please bring as many people as you'd like to support your accomplishment.
Q: Does The Weston Collective offer mentorship programs?
A: Yes! please contact Zach Weston by calling 831-233-2100 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.