There are certain settings which are very important as there is a good possibility that if these are not correct your image may not be projected to its best advantage.
The three settings are – file type, image size and colour space.
All images must be formatted as JPEG’s. Other image formats such as tiffs or raw cannot be accepted.
The maximum image size that can be projected is 1400 wide x 1050 high. This corresponds to the SLF (South London Federation) competition size.
When you export from Lightroom or Photoshop you are given opportunity to select the size of the exported image. Choose Width and Height and enter in 1400 x 1050. Your image will automatically be sized accordingly to these rules. An image that is squarer will be displayed as 1050 high by whatever the width is up to 1400. Similarly a letterbox image will be 1400 wide by whatever its height is up to 1050. Ratio of the original image is not changed.
Different display methods have different abilities to display colours. Print is usually the best, with monitors and projectors having a more restricted colour space.
Adobe will therefore produce the best results for print and should be what your camera is set to and your image editing software too.
If you are outputting images for display on the internet or by electronic means i.e. monitors or projectors, the sRGB colour space is much more accurate.
PLEASE THEREFORE SUBMIT YOUR IMAGES IN THE sRGB COLOR SPACE.
This can be dealt with on export from your Image Software.