Uploading images to PhotoContestPro

If you are not registered with Photo Contest Pro (PCP), please contact Gerry Bishop at gbishop60@comcast.net and he will register you so you can log in.

Also, your image should be sized to 1080 pixels on the longest side and saved as a JPEG in the sRGB color space. See the instructions on downsizing images if you don't know how. If you don't downsize your image, PCP will do it for you, and you might not like the results!

One more thing: If you plan on adding a border around your image, it’s best to do so before you downsize your image. (See the instructions for adding a border (if you don’t know how.)

Ready to upload? Here’s how:

1.  Go to photocontestpro.com on the Web.

2.  Click on “login” in the upper right of the page.

3.  Enter your e-mail address and password.

4.  Select the Charlottesville Camera Club as your organization and log in.

5.  After logging in, click on the “Submit Pictures” tab at the top of the page. The methods of submitting (uploading) photos have been changed, so please read the instructions that appear. 

6.  After clicking on the appropriate upload method, another page will appear that lists the current competitions.

7.  Click on the correct competition for you.

8.  Click on the tab in the center panel that says “New Picture.” You can then select the image you want to upload from your computer. Choose a title for your image and add it to the appropriate space and then click on “Save Picture and Info.” Your image is now uploaded to the PCP server!

Note: You can confirm that the image has been successfully uploaded by clicking on the “Your pictures” option in the middle of the upload page. If you have used method 2, confirmation will be noted as "Your Uploaded Pictures"  on the right center of the window.

Also, if you change your mind about the image you've uploaded, you can delete it and upload a different one. Just select the image under “Your Pictures” and click on the “Replace Picture” tab. You can also delete the image outright by clicking on the appropriate option.