Resizing and renaming images for digital projection (PDI)
From Jaunuary 2018 all digital images to be 1600x1200
In your favourite photo editor software go to resize and enter 1600 pixels for the width
If the height is 1200 pixels or less then save the image
If the height is more than 1200 pixels then enter 1200 pixels in the height box and save the image
Images to be saved as jpegs with srgb colour space
If you are finding this a challenge go to PIXLR click on open image from computer go to resize and enter the width as 1600
If height is 1200 or less then save if not then enter 1200 in height ( ensure slider is at 100%) save image
rename at this point so you don't overwrite the original
For most competitions the correct title should be Title by Name
example .... Wind surfer by Brian Pere
please note the word by is in lower case, Titles and your Name to start with a capital
to retitle images for competitions at Duston
find your image using windows explorer
Right click on the image scroll down to "rename"
type in the title as per example above (please use your name not mine)
Also please ensure your image is in the correct orientation
Send your Digital entries to dustoncamera @ gmail.com you will have to type it without the spaces
and please send them on 2 separate emails, 1 for OPEN and 1 for SET SUBJECT
that way you do not need to type anything just attach your images
Prints to be handed in on the Tuesday 1 week before the competition date and collected on the night of the competition.
or if you wish to enter online you may
a) email the titles and bring the prints 1 week before the event or
b) email the titles with a digital version of your image (1600x1200) and bring the prints on the night by 7.30pm
If you wish to enter early because you are absent on the hand in night, place prints in the print box in the store room with your entry form.
Please check your rule book for any particular rules that may affect your competition entry, any entries not meeting the correct criteria may be omitted from the competition.
Text-to-speech function is limited to 200 characters