Correction to the Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Picture Postcards Exhibits at FEPA Exhibitions
The additions from the Austrian Federation are now included:
Regulations, 3.1 Idea, Plan and Treatment, last paragraph: The variety (Diversity of the material is of particular importance.
Guidelines: 3.1 Idea, Plan and Treatment, paragraph 3, added sentence: The variety (diversity) of the material is important and will be rewarded.
Three further short paragraphs are added to this section:
The treatment and detailed description of typography, printing method, and printer/publisher is equally important. If such information is not available, the reason why should be explained.
Original photographic archive material used as a basis for essays and proofs in the production of a picture postcard will be rewarded.
Privately produced photo postcards, which are sent by the postal service, are not in themselves suitable for a whole exhibit, although they are allowed as part of an exhibit.
The full and final version is printed below.
Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Picture Postcard Exhibits at FEPA Exhibitions
Athens 15 November 2015
Guidelines for Judging Picture Postcard Exhibits
The text must be attractive and tastefully arranged. The overall impression of the exhibit is important, as is variety in the mounting. Heavily coloured pages should be avoided. Framing or matting of the Picture Postcards may increase the visual impression. Illustrations (maps, drawings, etc.) or objects, which have a direct connection to the topic or development of the Picture Postcard, may be used in limited numbers, but not so that the Picture Postcards become secondary to the exhibit.