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Updated Photo Posting Tutorial

Started by Jeff, February 17, 2018, 11:50:55 AM

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Jeff

Here is a short video to show how to post photos. Please read rules for sharing photos on The Forestry Forum beneath this video link. It's not as hard as you think. 8)

Posting a photo on The Forestry Forum - YouTube

1. Offsite Photos and links to offsite photos are not allowed on the Forestry Forum.
2. If you want to share your photo, it MUST be placed in the Forestry Forum gallery and then placed in a post.
3. Directing people to your gallery is also not allowed. The gallery's only purpose is to archive photos used in posts.
4. Photos not used in posts are not to be uploaded.

5. Deleting photos used in posts is not allowed and considered destruction of forum property and is grounds for being permanently banned from the Forestry Forum
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doc henderson

Jeff, got the photo thing down.  How do I post a vidio like from my phone.  I tried to email to myself and download it to my pc  then upload it to a post.  It seems to not like the format.  also thanks for the gifts for the Christmas contest.  Do I need to do anything else to get my jam?  I. e. do you need a street adress?  Thanks
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thecfarm

@doc henderson.The jam is my fault. Address has been shared on Christmas day. I have been into Dollar Tree at least twice and each time I have forgot the bubble wrap. ::) The jam is coming direct from thecfarm. Don't worry I have not ate your prize. :D 
I will try again tommorrow on lunch.
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doc henderson

No worries.  I just wanted to make sure you did'nt need something else from me.  I want you to know this made my day, hard to do on a holiday like Christmas.  All the nurses at work are so excited.  Thanks again.  I will try to donate something for next years contest as prev. stated so will pay it forward thanks to you! :new_year:
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thecfarm

That would be a very nice gesture.
The nurses at work will love you. Both men and women. ;)  That's how good The C Farm jam and jelly is. ;D I am the taste tester.
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Jeff

Videos need to be uploaded to youtube. By posting the youtube address the forum will auto embed the video
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LeeB

Quote from: thecfarm on December 30, 2018, 07:18:59 PM
That would be a very nice gesture.
The nurses at work will love you. Both men and women. ;)  That's how good The C Farm jam and jelly is. ;D I am the taste tester.
I heard you even like it on grits.  :D
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thecfarm

Your source of knowledge on grits is way off involving the person you quoted. :)
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doc henderson

we have queso. and are ordering sushi for lunch.  Everyone here is looking forward to J & J.  Happy new year to all :new_year:
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caveman

This is for Jeff or anyone who can advise me.  Occasionally, I will screen shot a picture that has been texted to me and try to add it to my gallery.  The gallery informs me that this type of file cannot be uploaded (extensions).  Is there a way that I can post these pictures?  

Today, a guy we were going to saw up a large oak log for sent me a picture of his log.  I advised him that it was going to be a major expenditure of money and effort for what he was likely to get out of the log but that I would post some pictures and ask some of the folks on the  FF who have been down this path for their suggestions based on the measurements and pictures.

Thanks,
Kyle
Caveman

btulloh

You should save the photo in the text to your photos on the phone. Then you can do anything you want, including uploading to the ff.

Edit:  save the photo directly from the text. No need to screen shot it
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Ianab

What phone? Just tried with my Samsung and it saved as a .jpg in my picture gallery, and uploaded fine.

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caveman

Its an IPhone 5c.  I'll see what I can do.  Thanks, Kyle
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caveman

Thanks, fellows.  I think it went through.
Caveman

Jeff

I think some phones render screenshots as png. We dont allow png due to huge file sizes.
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Tramp Bushler

 This is stupid. I have to basically agree to give you my pics. I don't remember it being like this years ago on this forum. 
 Oh well. Plenty of other forestry , logging and arborist forums on the web . 
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thecfarm

Alway been that way since I've been here. Better than seeing a red X.
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WDH

Quote from: Tramp Bushler on June 26, 2019, 12:31:56 AM
This is stupid. I have to basically agree to give you my pics. I don't remember it being like this years ago on this forum.
Oh well. Plenty of other forestry , logging and arborist forums on the web .
You have always had to load pics to your gallery before posting them.  Nothing has changed but your memory.  If you think that the picture posting rules are stupid, then you can create your own Forum and make your own rules, go somewhere else where you don't think the rules are stupid, or get over it and load pics that you want to post into your Forestry Forum gallery. 
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lxskllr

Sometimes I get a little irritated with the picture policy/upload procedure, but it really is a good policy. Just about everywhere else on the web, you find posts missing pics cause the hosting service changed it's policy, had server issues, or simply went out of business. If the pics disappear here, so will everything else, and it won't matter.

ENTS

Ques: on photo size.  Coming off an i-phone I down load to my p.c.  I then resize either to .25 mp (thumbnail), 2mp (emails & msg.), 4 (best for viewing), and custom ????   What should I resize to?

Thanks and have a great day.


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Jeff

The forum server will do final resize on anything that is under the max upload size which is around 20mb.
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hidn45

I seem to be having an issue trying to upload a photo for my avatar/ icon.  I tried it directly & through my gallery, but it ends up rotated 90 degrees.  I looked around for a solution, but no joy.  What am I doing wrong?

Thanks from an admitted Luddite....

WDH

Go to the pic in your gallery and just below the picture is a rotate function.  
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