Help & FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to our FAQ page. Please find a list of frequently asked questions about both submitting to our site and information that you may be looking for concerning how to use the shocaseme.com website. We will add to this page as more questions come in.
What format should I upload my pictures in?
Your pictures should be in jpg between 605pixels and 800pixels (not smaller or bigger) 72 dpi.
How many pictures should I submit?
You can submit up to twenty pictures provided they are in the format that we provided.
What format should I upload my videos in?
Upload your videos to youtube.com and send in the embedded code.
Should I send a photograph of myself?
Please send in a photograph of yourself in jpg between 605pixels and 800pixels (not smaller or bigger) 72 dpi.
Should I include a link to my personal website?
Absolutely include a link to your personal website so that are viewers will be able to reach you and order/commission work from you.
We would love to personally travel across the globe to interview each artist, photographer, crafter or jewelry designer in person but presently this is impossible. Since shocaseme.com is an international website, open to people from all countries, we have developed a list of questions for you to use as a guideline that will tell us both about yourself and the work that you create. We invite you to select from our list of interview questions what best reflects your profile as an artist, and send in your personal data to go along with your work. This will enable our viewers to have an insight to the person behind your fabulous creations. We welcome you to add your own description of your profile. The guideline questions are provided in the PDF file.
For further help with our website or questions that are not on our list please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
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