Perhaps you are in position to clarify this. Most of my photos are in 1290 x 960.It satisfy the entry requirement of 1280 pixels length; however it does not meet the 2000 x 1000 pixels in the event the picture is selected, not that I think my pictures are so good. Also they are between 280 and 320KB????. Pardon my ignorance on this subject.
5. Your digital file submissions should be max 300KB in size, JPEG format, sRGB and 1280 pixels on its longest dimension. Participants are responsible for downsizing the image for submission.
For selected works, you will be required to provide the original high-resolution file which should have a pixel dimension of at least 2000x1500.
as for the title n caption can i just submit in PDF format attach togather with my entry shots and email over? coz i write in mandarin, n some of the email client does not support mandarin character.
another thing is if in the event i miss out my title in the 1st email,can i just include it in n resend my entry again?
thanks for enlighten me
is there such an Entry Form ? we just need to email the pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org right ?
Thanks in advance.
"is there such an Entry Form ? " oh ya . there is no entry form :P but information tht u send in will be in the email when u send in. name, contact and ur ic number is on the file name
sorry to ask is caption write in PDF format acceptable?
if there is missing information can i resend again?
thanks a million.
The 300KB limit applies only for the online submission.
Hi Steven,Originally Posted by stor
NRIC is a requirement to uniquely identify the owner of the submission and yes it also helps to streamline the process of collating the entries since there is a chance of duplicate entries if merely names were used. (i.e 2 persons with same name)
This is precisely why NRIC is almost always required in any form of submission in competitions or lucky draws. In fact, I cannot recall any major competition in recent times that does not call for it.
I see your concerns, but this request is neither unusual nor out of place for it serves an administrative purpose.
Just to clarify.... "All images should be submitted online before 16 Aug 2007." ... meaning the deadline is tonight? Or tomorrow night?
according to Bob via pm, he mentioned tomorrow night - 16th.
Despite the fact that IC nos. helps to streamline the process of collating the entries, I felt organisers for future competition should look into other means to label the photos without the need to use IC nos.
I have taken part in numerous competitions and in most cases, IC nos. were not used to label the photos. Even telco companies have adopted the practice of using the last 4 digits of IC no. for receipt or other transaction documents since complaints from public about misuse of IC nos.
In fact in some competition, IC nos is only required when one won the prize and it is used for verification and the possible need to track back the persons if dispute arises. I am not putting up any argument here but just taught that usage of IC nos. for such purpose should be minimize to avoid any possible misuse down the road. One can check with the few major recent competition organisers how they label and sort the submitted pictures without use IC nos as the label.
do you have to put your name???????????? mine don't put my name mah! how? because the rules says......
15. Entry files must be renamed according to contestants NRIC number. i.e S1234567A_1.jpg, S1234567A_2.jpg, S1234567A_3.jpg respectively for 3 entries and emailed to email@example.com
but when i send my entry i put my particulars in the email!