Visualise Freedom and Win a Wii
What does freedom mean to you? Contribute your vision of freedom to our digital photo exhibition which will be displayed at Webstock this year. This exhibition is open to anyone.
For you intelligent and beautiful people who are actually attending Webstock, you will also have a chance to win a Nintendo Wii! Yes, we will be giving away a Wii to the best image by a Webstock attendee.
Join the Flickr group and start submitting images!
The rules are simple:
- Contribute as many as you like
- The images should mean “freedom” to you
- JPG format please
- At least 1280 x 800ish (they will be displayed on a big monitor, so the bigger the better, really).
- Keep it clean (so we can show the kids 😉
The fine print:
The Nintendo Wii will be given to a Webstock attendee only. The award will be decided by a yet-to-be chosen judge and his/her decision will be final.
The Nintendo Wii will be demo’d in an exhibition area of the conference prior to be given away as a prize.
Webstock committee members are not eligible for the Nintendo Wii (with great regret as we really want one).
I am so excited about this…but no mention about the Photo Walkabout?
Just to let you guys know, I tried to upload photos for the competition at larger than the pixel size you suggested, but the Flickr system seemed to reduce them to a maximum display size of 1024 x 844 anyway. If you need them emailed directly in a larger size, please let me know. Thanks!
not quite sure why this is – what size are you uploading them at? There seem to be other photos which have a larger size than that in the “all sizes” view…we may have to check what is going on.
I uploaded photos to flickr in original size (over 2MB). No matter what size I uploaded in, when I view “all sizes”, it shows the large at 1078 x whatever. I see other photos there in larger sizes too – I wonder if the type of camera is an issue?
Hi Kalena, I’ll try and contact you through Flickr so we can sort this out – assuming you’re Kalena or similar there? 🙂
Looks like it is an issue related to the Flickr uploader. I didn’t use the new Flickr uploader to upload, just their web-based upload form. Seems the settings are restricted on that one. Let me know if you want me to upload larger versions using the uploader, thanks!
Hi Amanda, yes my profile at Flickr is “kalena_”. Thanks