5th January 2004, 04:35 PM
Best Images of 2003 ::: Open for submissions
How time flies and here we are at the beginning of 2004 already. To commemorate the year 2003 in passing and to give ourselves a gauge of how we have progressed photographically, we are requesting for members to post their 3 Best images in each of the photo galleries/category in ClubSNAP.
The Rules and Guidelines are very simple:-
- Each member can post up to 3 images per photo gallery/category
- No Critique or Comment will be allowed and will be deleted without notice.
- Posting size should be less than 700 pixels at maximum width
- Include a Title and Description for your images. Additional EXIF data is optional.
- Images must be taken between January 1st and December 31st, 2003.
- Original image (cropped or uncropped) should be made available in printable size (at least 1800 x 1200 pixels; around 2 Megapixels) for future printing purposes if requested/required (optional guideline).
The main purpose of this exercise is to showcase the best of our members images and we will compile all suitable images for an online gallery, and also in preparation for possible print usage in future (eg. calendar, coffee table book, poster, etc.) Of course, if we do go into print, all image copyrights will remain with the owner, and we will give the appropriate credits and acknowledgements.
As each member is only allowed to submit 3 images per photo category, please be ultra-critical of your own work and submit those images that you think best represents your crowning achievements in your 2003 photographic history.
Submission ends on 31st January 2004. Start the ball rolling and posts those images.
Through a collaboration with Photoi magazine, Photoi will be featuring a selection of images from ClubSNAP's Best of 2003 series in their March 2004 edition, thus this is your chance to get published.
6th January 2004, 02:13 PM
I would love post some of my photos here, due to the nature of my work and copyrights the internet its just too risky,btw can we put a watermark on the posted photos? atleast sort of security better than nothing.
6th January 2004, 02:41 PM
For the purposes of the web, yes, you can put a watermark on your images.
Originally Posted by insport
For actual print usage (if selected), we will liaise with each individual image owner to get a higher res version and their details so that the proper acknowledgements can be given.
With regards to your own work, if the images are commissioned by your employer or done in the course of work, they may not be suitable for posting as the copyright may lie with your employer.