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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Weickert, Aug 7, 2005.
Let me see if I can get it right this time (posting a jpg)
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grrrrrrrrrrrrr... better do a bit more reading
Let's see if this works...
There's something odd about the way Flickr sets up the image. You don't have an actual gallery set up there yet - this might be one of the problems, but I don't use Flickr myself so I'm not certain.
Looking at your site, I called up the image. I did a right-click in Firefox on View Image, then copied the location from the URL title bar. That didn't work, but then I truncated an additional item after the url - note the ?v=0 here http://photos23.flickr.com/31809186_c42087d099.jpg?v=0 I removed that which then allowed me to imbed the image in my post to you.
Whew ! Lotta work to get this stuff to function. I hope this helps.
Sommer uses flickr. perhaps she can give you the secret to post from there.
Keep hollering for help.
We will get it worked out for you.
Jorge, I have sent you a PM that contains step by step instructions on how to post your images. I have verified that it works by posting your image on the Nikon Cafe.
I have known Jorge for quite some time from a PC Teck room on Paltalk, voice prog.
He bought a D100 and had it stolen in the first week I believe it was.
So had to save up almost a year now to get a D70.
I really appreciate you helping him.
He is a very experienced film photographer.
Will be a great addition to the forum.
Did you figure out how to post pics from Flickr? If not, I use FlickR also and can tell you how to do it. Just PM me.
...and I thought I'd have the sunday free to just seat around and read the D70 manual in my computer and fiddle with posting one or two pics in the cafe...not a chance!!! Now that I am here I have to thank you all guys for being so patient with me...also have to apologise for my poor English...but I'll get there one day :wink:
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