Hampton Class of 1957
 50th Reunion


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Submit Data/Photos

You may submit photos, videos, messages, biographies or anything else you want posted on the website through email to
Michael Stecker at:


Regarding our 1957 class photos
High resolution (almost 4000 pixels, long axis) images of our three 1957 class photos are now available from the
Download page.

Regarding photos of the reunion from digital cameras
Please send me the original full resolution images as email attachments at minimum size of 1800 pixels (long axis) or larger if possible.  Either high grade JPEG (8 - 10) or Tiff files are acceptable.  Please note that my email has a limit of 20 MB per message/photo.  You can also place the files on your website for download if you like.  If you would like to "snailmail" me a CD or DVD with the images instead, please email me for my mailing address.

Kindly identify who is in each photo, date, location and write any comments you would like printed in the caption.

Regarding photos of the reunion from film cameras
Please have your negatives or slides scanned in a film scanner and send the full resolution images to me.

Regarding photos from the past
Old photos of you, family (siblings, parents, children, grandchildren, family portrait), Hampton or Mumford Schools and neighborhood are encouraged and will be used on this website.  It is best to get as close to the original as possible.  This means digital film scans of the original negatives or slides.  However, most of us only have prints which should be scanned in a flatbed scanner.  You can use your own scanner (e.g. Canon, Microtek, Epson or BenQ usually cost about $90 - $300) or you can have a professional scan done from a digital service, camera store or Kinko's.

For 8 X 10 inch or larger prints I suggest flatbed scans at 300 - 400 dpi resolution, 24 bit RGB color and output as a TIFF file.  For smaller prints like snap-shots, I usually scan at a higher 600 dpi resolution.  Please do not make low resolution scans of these priceless photos!!  Also, if the photo is damaged it should still be scanned and sent in as I sometimes can repair them digitally with Adobe Photoshop.


Original 600 dpi flatbed scan of print with damage to top of photo.
circa 1945


Repair to top of photo with space added and enhanced


Photo-copy with digital SLR of the negative,
circa 1910


Film scan at 2700 ppi of sub-35 mm stereo slide in
raw mode, 1956


Regarding Videos

Videos are welcome in the AVI format.