Images can be submitted on CD, DVD, usb pen or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The CD/DVD/USB must contain only images for the specified competition.
The competition entry slip should be included with the CD/DVD/USB pen
Email entries. Please identify clearly your name, the filenames and titles of the images in the email and attach the images to the email
CD and DVDs will not normally be returned.
For the image to be projected correctly it must be saved on the CD with...
All images must be prepared in JPEG format with a maximum pixel dimensions of 1920 (width) x 1200 (height). *Constrain Proportions box must be ticked
Go to FILE MENU and click on SAVE AS
Save the image with a suitable file name (see next section below) and check that the Format is JPEG.
Click SAVE and the following box appears
Click on OK
No spaces between the characters
Use BLOCK CAPITALS and use the naming convention as shown in the example below:
The filename contains the following elements and has been chosen for the reasons shown.
For example, if I was submitting three images for an open or set subject competition they would have filenames ACCRS50P1-S1, ACCRS50P1-S2 and ACCRS50P1-S3. The images would be projected randomly with the other competition entries. If there is a very large entry, your third image (ACCRS50P1-S3) may be dropped from the competition.
If I was submitting three images for a set of three competition, they would have filenames ACCRS50P1-S1, ACCRS50P1-S2 and ACCRS50P1-S3. This is the same numbering system but the panels would be projected randomly and the images would be projected in the order ACCRS50P1-S1, ACCRS50P1-S2 and ACCRS50P1-S3
This can be done in using your Windows Browser
Open the image
With the cursor over the image click the right mouse button and a menu will appear
Click the left mouse button on Properties and the following menu will appear
Click on Details and the following will appear.
Enter a Title and the Author then click on OK
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