Photo Guide Lines
Photo Guide Lines

Pictures are important.

A photo can tell a story, a photo can tell a thousand words and a photo can be horribly revealing.

We’ve all taken a billion selfies and posted them on social media.
Cool and fun selfies have their time and place,
but it’s not what people are looking for when they’re looking to place
their vote with one of the delegates, and you want them to use their one vote on you!

First you must make sure your face is sharp and in focus!
Blurry might be a cool effect on social media,
not when you need those votes to have a chance to win.
Try to keep that background tidy and plain.
Unless you have a photographer, who knows what they’re doing and
know how to blur out the background while keeping you in focus,
find a background that doesn’t steal the attention away from you.
Keep your clothes on! A little bit of skin never hurt anyone,
but too much is off-putting and might send those votes to someone else.
If you are comfortable in your speedos that is totally ok,
just remember that those photos are the hardest to look classy.
Look into the camera.
Eye contact connects you with your voters.
Send in photos with different motives, one in some jeans and a nice t-shirt,
maybe in a suit, swimwear or whatever makes you feel comfortable.

The photos should be approximately 2000 pixels wide with a resolution
not less than 72 dpi and/or about 3-5 MB big.
Photos smaller than 1MB are rarely used.
There should be space around the motive to enable us to crop the image into different formats.