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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:56 AM

I did a post in both our Beginner's group and the regular jpeg2RAW group on Facebook.  Here is the link to the Facebook post - https://www.facebook...51442288254746/

 

 

From time to time, I get asked “How do I enter the jpeg2RAW Monthly Photo Contest?” or “What is the theme of this month’s contest?”.  Hopefully this post will help answer those questions.
 
There are 2 ways to enter the contest.  Through our website (http://www.jpeg2raw....hoto-challenge/) and through the Facebook group.  This post explains the Facebook Group method of entering.
 
The screen shot below is of the jpeg2RAW Facebook Group.  In the Red circle, you can see the “Pinned Post” name and then directly below that is the post.
Pinned Post.png
 
 
 
Below is the mobile view of the Facebook Group.  Note that the Pinned post is closed and you need to click on the "View Pinned Post" link to reveal it.
Pinned Post - Mobile.png
 
 
Let’s take a closer look at the Contest Post.
Contest Post.png
 
 
 
There are 3 main things to note about the post, other than the images of course.
  1. This is the link to the Contest Album.  Click here to go to the next screen where you can upload your image.
  2. This is the Theme of the Contest.  In this case, it was “Best of 2016”, which was the best image you took in 2016.
  3. Link to the contest rules.
After you click on the Contest Album link (#1 above), you will see a screen like this one:

Contest Album.png

 

 

Note the 3 numbered items above:
  1. Theme of the Contest
  2. Contest Rules
  3. Click the “Add Photos” link to add your image.
To add your image, click the Add Photos link (#3 above) and you will see a screen asking you to upload your image.  Find the image you want to add (should be no less than 2048px on the long end) and upload it.  Once it has been uploaded, you will see a screen like this one:
Image Add.png
 
 
On the screen above is where you add some information about your image.  You can include the technical info, which can be very helpful to others, but also remember to include something about why you took the image, what it means to you and/or what you where trying to achieve with the image.
Ok, so now you have your image posted and you decide that you want to replace it with another image.  
 
Click the link to go back into the album, find your image and then click the little pencil icon in the upper right of the image.  A dropdown menu will appear (see below), click on the “Remove This Photo” link to remove your image.
Remove Image.png
 

 


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