NFFF documents, application forms, protocols
NFFF honours: NSMiF/
The Nordic Grand Master (NSMiF) honours are achieved through awarded participation in the Nordic Championship plus salons with NFFF Patronage, counted from 2016.
- Gold: 7 pts
- Silver: 5 pts
- Bronze: 4 pts
- HM: 3 pts
- Acceptance: 2 pts
Required points for each honour, with a minimum of points from the Nordic Photography Championship and/or the Nordic Photography Championship Collection/Series in parenthesis:
- NSMiF/b: 60 (18)
- NSMiF/s: 90 (27)
- NSMiF/g: 120 (36)
- NSMiF/p: 150 (45)
- NSMiF/d1: 300 (90)
- NSMiF/d2: 450 (135)
- NSMiF/d3: 600 (180)
The members do not have to apply for the honours award. One month before the application deadline, photographers will be sent a report of their achievements. This excerpt from the NFFF’s database, equipped with the photographer’s signature, is considered a formal application for an honours award.
NFFF honours: MNFFF/
The purpose of the photo portfolio is, among other things, to be an alternative to competitions. The photographer displays his/her qualities and creativity, interest in specific topics, and/or the breadth of his/her photography. MNFFF has 3 different levels:
- MNFFF/b (bronze)
- MNFFF/s (silver)
- MNFFF/g (gold)
From the rules
- May be awarded after the applicant has achieved NSMiF/s.
- The application form is sent by email to email@example.com by January 15 (for 2021, the deadline is March 15).
- The images max size is 1920 x 1080 px.
- Send the images via WeTransfer, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Honours are awarded on February 28 (for 2021, the date is later due to the postponed deadline).
- The applicant is awarded a certificate and a jacket pin at no cost.
Find your friendship club!
We have compiled a list of Nordic twin towns and sister cities, with the camera clubs for each listed. We encourage you to reach out and find new photo friends!