North Shore Photographic Challenge rules
This a open theme competition.
There is no restriction in subject matter. However an image submitted to a previous North Shore Photographic Challenge is not eligible.
Set your working space to the sRGB standard. (This is the colour gamut that is specific to viewing on monitors and for projection to screen). If you are not using Photoshop then pick a gamut that works similar to sRGB.
For your digital image, set the size of your edited image as the last step. If using Photoshop or Elements, go to Image>image size>resize. Ensure that both the constrain proportions and resample boxes are checked.
a) For a horizontal image, set pixels dimensions to a maximum width of 1400.
Do not adjust the height as it will adjust automatically.
b) For a vertical or square image, set pixel dimensions to a maximum height of 1050.
Do not adjust the width as it will adjust automatically.
Click OK. (Do not be concerned about document size, resolution, or file size. Leave this information as is.)
Now you can sharpen your image for suitable digital projection.
Do not over sharpen.
Be sure your monitor is calibrated. We will not make colour corrections or other adjustments to the submitted digital files.