The Grid: Photo Rescue
WANT YOUR IMAGES TO BE PICKED? READ THIS BEFORE SUBMITTING:
The goal for Photo Rescue is for you to send in one (1) image that you feel is good, but could use a bit of post-process rescuing. We will attempt to add some quick fixes and techniques to make the image better. So keep that in mind when submitting.
- Make your 1 image easy for us to download. Turn off right-click protection. This is for only one image that you would like rescued. The easier you make it for us to get your images, and the more quickly we can do it, the more likely you are to get a rescue. If you're posting images on Flickr, 500px, Facebook, Google+, or other photo sharing site, log out of your account and try to download the pictures. If you can't see or download them when you're not logged in, then neither can we.
- Try to avoid watermarks... Pete will probably attack those with the Spot Healing brush. :D
- The larger the image the more work we can do on it... a 500 pixel image isn't going to be as easy to work with as a 2000 pixel one.