Last Updated: 2-4-2020 20:32
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Your username is in the format firstname-lastname (all lowercase) NOT your email address.
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You can submit your competition entries via this page. Remember the maximum dimensions for images is 1620x1080 pixels. If you attempt to send images larger than this, they will be automatically rejected and you will need to resize them before you can send them.
You should try to make your images as large as possible while remaining within the maximum dimensions as small images do not give judges much to look at in terms of detail. Any images smaller than the old competition dimensions of 1024x768 will be automatically rejected, as they will not display well on screen.
You can enter a total of three images including up to two prints and/or two digital images for regular monthly competitions.
Landscape and Natural History are exceptions to this rule, and a total of four images of up to two prints and two digital images can be submitted for these set subjects. (NOTE: There is no open for Landscape or Natural History - all images must be set subject.)
Any excess images above the allowed number will automatically be disqualified, however you can submit them in a subsequent competition.
Monthly competition entries may be submitted any time during the month up to midnight on club night. Submissions for subsequent months will not be accepted until after the close of the current month's competition unless by special arrangement by email to the competition secretary with the titles of the images concerned.
Please upload a digital copy of prints as well, and make sure to indicate that it is a print.
You don't need to worry about file names you submit, as files will be renamed to the correct format automatically when you send them.
For more detailed information about specific competition topics, please see the links below: