2. Enter at your own risk. If you think screenshots are inherently spoilery it's on you to decide how you use this thread.
3. One frame per Chewer per day. Let's let this thing breathe and have each entry be special instead of flooding the thing. Quality over quantity.
4. Include name of movie at the top of the post so the thread isn't cluttered with peeps having to ask which movie it's from. Because (3a) it works as a kind of spoiler warning, and (3b) if it's not expressly a contest/game then mystery isn't cute. Neither is pretending everyone should already know which movie it comes from without you saying and you're shocked that isn't so.
5. A frame doesn't have to be "pretty" to be compelling. Sunsets are nice, but people are better. Generally I mean. I'm not saying don't post sunsets, just saying do remember movies are about characters. And sometimes the setting is a character? Sometimes.
6. Sorry if #5 doesn't make complete sense. You get my drift though.
To find out if your screenshot (or one close to it) has already been posted in the thread, use the Search This Thread function:
eta: To have your image display larger using the auto-uploader, when you've selected "large" and hit "submit" you should see an http created something like: "http://www.chud.com/community/content/type/61/id/123456/width/500/height/1000". Just manually change the width from 500 to 1000 (the max allowable I think).
Or, using The Art Decade Method, "You can also manually grab a corner of an image & stretch it out to a desirable size."
Alternatively, using a little thing I like to call The Mangy Method, "Right-click on the photo, select Image Properties, and make the pic larger that way."
Nooj also said something about being able to drag images directly from other hosting sites into the upload box, but I can't remember the details.
Edited by Bucho - 2/1/14 at 10:09pm