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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby bishop3006 » Sat Sep 04, 2010 10:53 pm

Click on it and you'll see "the big picture" :mrgreen:
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby DuQues » Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:19 pm

CuriousCanadian wrote::hmz: I think you would have to upload it thru a hosting site like Flickr or Tinypics to do that. :D

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Posting photos - How to

Unread postby rolee12 » Fri Nov 12, 2010 3:45 am

I saw somewhere that it said when a photo is posted you should give credit to those that saved it as a highlight where would i see this list thanks Carol

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Unread postby Rob C » Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:34 am

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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby shibabiba » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:41 am

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Ghostly Jackal........ :D or not?

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Unread postby JenB » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:05 am

Hi shibabiba,

Warm welcome to the forum!
I'm happy to see you posing pics! :clap:
I'm looking forward to you sharing your cam sightings with us. :D
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby DSouter » Sun Jul 31, 2011 6:36 am

Here is a a Hyena (I think) drinking at the Satara water hole this morning at 6.30am SA time

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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby Pala » Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:52 pm

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HELP! How do I make the photo smaller?
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby vinkie » Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:55 pm

Pala wrote:Image


HELP! How do I make the photo smaller?


Why...it''s beautiful :mrgreen:

You can make a picture smaller(or resize) by using the progs(and many others):

- Paint
- Photoshop
- Picassa

If you want to post it on the forum you can also use Imageshack or Photobucket and select the right size.

Hope this answers your question. :whistle:
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby Pala » Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:25 pm

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Reposting to check if I managed to change the size!
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby Pala » Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:30 pm

vinkie wrote:
Pala wrote:Image


HELP! How do I make the photo smaller?


Why...it''s beautiful :mrgreen:

You can make a picture smaller(or resize) by using the progs(and many others):

- Paint
- Photoshop
- Picassa



If you want to post it on the forum you can also use Imageshack or Photobucket and select the right size.

Hope this answers your question. :whistle:



Thanks Vinkie!

I uploaded the photo using Photobucket (went into to Tinypic and seemed to end up at Photobucket??) :wall: . I really am stupid when it comes to all this stuff! (Would help if hubby would stop watching rugby and help me!!) Everyone elses pics seem to be so much smaller so thought I'd better find a way to decrease the size too! I've now managed to delete the first pic I posted!! Not sure if the new one is any smaller though! Will keep trying!

Hope you're not freezing too much in the Netherlands!! London is a little chilly too :D
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby vinkie » Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:57 pm

Hi Pala,

It is freezing cold in the Netherlands, we even had a lot of snow Yesterday Image ...this morning they have measured
-22 degrees Celsius... Image

Tinypic and Photobucket are actually the same.....it seems....
Glad you managed to resize the picture :thumbs_up: ...where did you take it? :cam:

Have a nice weekend.
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby Pala » Sat Feb 04, 2012 8:25 pm

vinkie wrote:Hi Pala,

It is freezing cold in the Netherlands, we even had a lot of snow Yesterday Image ...this morning they have measured
-22 degrees Celsius... Image

Tinypic and Photobucket are actually the same.....it seems....
Glad you managed to resize the picture :thumbs_up: ...where did you take it? :cam:

Have a nice weekend.




Oh my word! I thought minus 5 last night was cold!! We're expecting a snowfall tonight :pray: You must be absolutely freezing your side!

I took the picture at the entrance to Berg-en-Dal camp. There were so many cars around but somehow we managed to stop in just the right place!! It was hubbies first sighting of a leopard and we had only been in the park for 4 hours! Turned out it was the first of 4 leopard sightings for us but it was by far the best! I have posted a few more under the thread 'Memorable road blocks (animal sightings)'


Enjoy your weekend too and don't get snowed under :D
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby H. erectus » Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:29 pm

Pala, your re-post seemed to have a
significant improvement in picture quality!!

Browsing through the thread there seems
to be a notable difference of the same pic.

Any comments from the boffs????

Sorry not to forget Pala, great shot right
by the gate!!!
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Re: Posting photos - How to

Unread postby Tom124 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:42 pm

Pala wrote:

Oh my word! I thought minus 5 last night was cold!! We're expecting a snowfall tonight



Hi Pala

The English snow has been a great source of amusement to us up in Scotland

The BBC gives so much coverage to ten cm of snow in London, and we had more or less 9 feet of the stuff last Winter, not to mention several separate snowfalls this Winter. Of course, with so many people in London and with such snow-intolerant infrastructure what we consider a dusting of snow must cause quite a fuss. Hope you're not too badly affected :D

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