To enter competitions, you must be a paid-up member of the MPC club. And have a login to the Photo ContestPro site (www.photocontestpro.com). If you are a member and have forgotten your Photo ContestPro ID or password, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you the needed information.
For in-club competitions, please size your images to 1600 pixels on the long side for optimal display quality at the competition night. This can be done easily with Photoshop or Lightroom or other editing software. And this is the maximum allowed size. You may enter up to 2 photos for each assigned subject category (unless otherwise noted in the Competition/Program Schedule and on photocontestpro.com) and 2 photos for the open category for each in-club competition.
For NJFCC competitons, the maximum long side pixel count is 1050 pixels. Please size accordingly. For NJFCC competitions, you may enter up to 2 photos per competition. When there are multiple categories, such as for Nature competitions, you need to designate which category you photo belongs in and can still only enter up to 2 photos for the competition.
For PSA competitons, the maximum size is 1400 x 1050 pixels. Both limits must be adhered to. Please size accordingly. For PSA competitions, you may enter only 1 photo per competition, with the club allowed to enter a maximum of 6.
To get your photos to the correct pixel dimensions, you can use Lightroom, Photoshop (classic or Elements) and many other photo editing applications. And, if you do not have any photo editing applications, the simple Photos tool/app that is part of Window 10 lets you change the size of photos by pixel dimensions.
We suggest adding a thin white border (or stroke) on the outside edge of your photo if you wish it to separate from the black background.
Resolution (pixels per inch) is irrelevant. 100 ppi is fine.
Set your color space to sRGB.
Save your image as a JPEG.
Once you have prepared your images, go to photocontestpro.com to upload your entries. Login and read the instructions for the competition. We still recommend using Method 2 to submit your photos. It is the most reliable in our opinion. You must enter prior to the end of the submission day/date.