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Think I'll be avoiding this one. In fact, I notice a lot of this type of publication purporting artist visibility (invariably unquantifiable) for cash. They're all starting to look and get bunched the same - ways to try and get cash out of vulnerable artists. My view :)
and yeah, i sure can't find the terms. like what happens to the image if i don't win? the last guy to post contest here had terms that let them use the image any way they wanted whether you won or lost. they would remove anything with a watermark. they just wanted the stock image. the only prize here is to be in some magazine i never heard of.
What is 300 DPI in a digital file? So, say I have a 6000x4000 pixel digital file, is that 300 DPI? Well, it is if you print it at 20 inches. What if I sent a 600x400 pixel image? I suppose that would be 300 DPI if you printed it at 2 inches. Or, can I just tell my editing software to label said file to call whatever file it saves is 300 DPI even if it is 900 pixels wide.
There is no such thing as DPI until you give the digital file the context of an actual size it will be printed or displayed. (Which, technically, on a computer it would then be PPI and not DPI.)
it's funny how no one ever comes back to these intro's to a contest. i guess she could be at work or something. but so far no one has ever come back to answer these things. i guess i could mail them, but, i'm not all that interested.
SCAM. I've been published in four hardcover books that have all been registered with the library of congress. The publisher contacted me and asked me to submit my works and not once asked for money The only thing I had to do was purchase the book if I wanted a copy.