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It's fairly easy to convert and or resize your digital files into JPG format of the proper size.

You can use Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
  • If you don't have Photoshop, download a free trial version on Adobe.com.
  • Open your images in Photoshop.
  • Resize your images to be equal to or less than 1,280 pixels by 1,280 pixels.
    • Resizing is found under the "Image" menu, then click "Image Size".
  • Save your file by selecting the "File" menu then "Save for Web & Devices"
  • On "Save for Web" Window Select"JPG Maximum Compression Quality".
  • Click "Save" and write a simple file name with no spaces or special characters (e.g. vpsg1.jpg, etc.)

You can use the Online Image Converter.
  • Click the link above to go to the online converter.
  • On that page, click "Browse" to upload your file to convert.
  • Be sure the "Output Format" is set to JPG.
  • Click "Process and Send Result"
  • Enter Your E-mail Address and click Start.
  • Repeat with all files requiring JPG conversion.
  • After a few minutes, you will get an e-mail with your converted files for download.

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Deadline October 7th, 2015

Juror: Oliver Wasow 

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