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Uploading Photographs

Guidelines for Photo of the Month Competition Submission

Photo of the Month Competitions are held 3 times per year at meetings in January, May, and September. Photos are  submitted in digital format via portable media for download onto the computer of the volunteer who will project the images onto a screen for viewing. Images are deleted from the volunteer’s computer immediately following the presentation for Photo of the Month. 4 photos will be chosen for display in the public library East Side Flagstaff Public LIbrary if elected by the photographer during the assigned month. The winners of the Photo of the Month Competition will be submitted for publication in the Arizona Daily Sun during the assigned month (it is the responsibility of the photographer to submit a digital file with a short narrative to the Competition Coordinator to submit to the Daily Sun for publication). Other competitions may be proposed based on the interest of the Club members.

Guidelines for uploading photographs

This page contains information for member photographs uploaded to the club email address The photographs and the following information should be provided via email upon request from a club officer.

Actual Pixel Size

Please provide photographs with a long dimension of 1280 pixels, which is the horizontal dimension for landscape or vertical dimension for portrait mode. Any larger size may be reduced to slightly less than 1280 pixels when displayed.  If a smaller dimension is used then the photograph may be stretched to fit the URL photo size or show up as a smaller photo.

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