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Forum topic by Maclegno posted 1643 days ago 725 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Maclegno

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1643 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: posting photos uploading posting new projects

When I want to post a new project I have to Upload the photos from my Computer (I already have most of my photos on the Internet in FLICKR ), apart from being slow there is a limit on photo size which mine seem to exceed.
Any suggestions please Buddies?

PS when posting a new project does it have to be completed in one session or can I go back to edit it?

-- Maclegno,Scotsman in Italy


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Peter Oxley

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#1 posted 1643 days ago

I’m not much help on the photo question. There are some photo management programs that will re-size photos for you that should get them down to the right size – maybe Picasa?

You can go back to edit a project later.

-- http://www.peteroxley.com -- http://north40studios.etsy.com --

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Maclegno

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#2 posted 1643 days ago

thank you peter

-- Maclegno,Scotsman in Italy

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#3 posted 1643 days ago

I use photobucket and you can re-size, flickr sould have he same.

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Tim Dahn

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#4 posted 1643 days ago

Maclengno, Yes you can go back and edit the original post. Oops, I see you already have the answer. I always open my pics in microsoft paint, click on image, resize, then change from 100% to 99% then the pics are small enough for LJ’s

-- Good judgement comes from experience and experience comes from poor judgement.

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stefang

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#5 posted 1643 days ago

I second GMan’s solution. Photobucket is real easy to use, but I would suggest you use their bulk uploader to upload your photos even if only one. Your computers photo files are displayed in a better way for you to select which photos you want uploaded. The bulk uploader is just an option to click on. Good luck!

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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lew

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#6 posted 1643 days ago

You do not have to upload photos, to the web, if you are going to use them for posting a project. They can be uploaded directly from your computer’s hard drive. Unfortunately, large pictures can take a long time. Here is a web site that has a FREE picture re-sizer program. It is very easy to use and will reduce the size (Mega Bytes) of a picture so it will upload much faster.

http://bluefive.pair.com/downloads.htm

The program is called PIXresizer and it’s about half way down the list on the web page.

-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.

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Maclegno

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#7 posted 1643 days ago

many thanks to all as usual, but espescially to LEW.
I tries PIXresizer and it was EXACTLY what I wanted it resized the Photo on the hard disk and then I uploaded it using Lumberjocks

-- Maclegno,Scotsman in Italy

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