WELCOME TO THE GALLERY
You can display your work in the GALLERY in two ways. First, the SUBCLUB
can post your pictures on the web or you can setup your own webpage.
1. If you want to set up your own website/gallery, you have a couple of
a. Many internet providers also provides space for a home page of your own.
Since the SUBCLUB isn't providing any of the space, you can have as many
images as you would like. For example, if you are an AOL user, you can upload
your images to the AOL server, instead of the SUBCLUB. This service is free
and provides up to 10,000,000 bytes of space -- room for tons of images.
To find out more, type the KEYWORD "myplace" at the AOL main menu. If you
have a different internet provider, contact them for details. All you
need to do after you have uploaded your images is let the SUBCLUB know the
internet address (URL). If you don't have this type of service, but know
of someone who does, you could possibly upload material to their site.If
you want the SUBCLUB to post your picture(s) -- to be the host -- just
email your picture(s) in any standard
electronic format, such as JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, etc. to
email@example.com. It you have more
than one image, please send them attached to individual emails. If
they are all attached to one email, they are encoded which can oftentimes
lead to problems in decoding. If you have a print, slide or negative
that you would like to submit but do not have a means to electronically convert
it, just contact us; we will be glad to
convert it for free. All you will need to do is include a self-addressed,
stamped envelope so that we can return your work.
b. There are a variety of websites that will give you free space on the web
for your pictures, such as www.geocities.com,
crosswinds. Just visit their websites and take a look.
has a list of free photo-hosting websites.
2. If all else fails, you can list a few pictures on the SUBCLUB. Due to
space limitations, each photographer is limited to 100,000 bytes of total
space in the GALLERY (if the SUBCLUB provides the internet space). This will
allow everyone to have 1-2 large or high-quality images or 8-10 smaller or
lower-quality images. The decision is up to you which way to go. Before
submitting your work, please keep these limitations in mind. A large image
takes up more space and may not be able to appear on one screen. A super-high
quality image may not provide better results than a medium quality one, for
most computer screens. You will find that an image of about 25,000k (about
600x800 resolution) will work for most situations.
The SUBCLUB will include your email address in the GALLERY so that viewers
can contact you if they have questions or congratulations about your work.
If you do not want your email address listed, just
let us know and we will not include it.
When you submit a photograph, please include information about the type of
camera, camera setting, subject matter, processing and printing details and
any other items that you think are pertinent. You can use the existing
pictures as templates.
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