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NCNH DISTRICT ARRANGEMENT JUDGES' ANNUAL REPORT FORM

Martin Kooi, NCNH District Arrangement Judge's Chair

For Judging Year 2016 - Please submit completed form by January 31, 2017

GENERAL COMMENTS
Name
Address
City
State
Zip Code
   
Phone
Email Address
   
JUDGING
Number of Annual Shows judged in year 2016
   
Locations or names of these shows you judged
   
   
Approximate number of Monthly or "Little Rose Shows" judged
   
Did you judge at a District or National? Yes
List Location
   
Did you present any programs or demonstrations in 2016? Yes
No
   
If so, where did you present your programs?
   
Did you exhibit designs in 2016? Yes
No
   
If so, where did you exhibit designs?
   
Have you encountered any problems in judging or participating this year which you think should be addressed?
What areas would you like to see explored in future judging seminars?
Do you have any recommendations (provide names) for future Apprentice Arrangement Judges?
   
JUDGING ROSE PHOTOGRAPHY
Arrangements that are photographed do NOT have to be entered in an ARS rose show to be eligible, but must adhere to the ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements. Did you enter photographs of arrangements that were not entered in a rose show? Yes
No
   
Shadows and lighting create special problems when photographing arrangements because it can alter the overall appearance of the arrangement. That being said, do you think enthusiasm and appreciation for rose arrangements will grow as rose photographers take photographs of rose arrangements? Yes
No
   
The Guidelines suggest that the photographer take the photos at eye level and the photograph of the arrangement will be judged as though the arrangement is sitting in front of the judge in that same spot. This could mean that a photograph of a blue ribbon winner could be judged as a third place winner because of the angle of the photograph may show more faults. What other advise would you offer to a rose photographer so that the maximum of 40 points in this section will be awarded?
 

   


If you have questions or concerns about this form, please email: Martin Kooi


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