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Thread started 27 Apr 2006 (Thursday) 11:52
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Apr 27, 2006 11:52 |  #1

Where to host my photos:
Tutorial: Where to host my photos

Other useful links:
Image Rules


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May 18, 2010 08:43 |  #2

EDIT: Photobucket has changed it's Terms of Service & free hosting will no longer allow you to link images.
More info here:
Photobucket Goes Rogue
Plus Subscription Pricing & Info (external link)
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Embedding - How to link to an image.

For one way, see the paragraph in the first post starting with, "Now You need to link to it from a post here and Photobucket makes that really easy for You because they provide the entire link including the IMG tags required."
Tutorial: Where to host my photos?

Sometimes seeing it spelled out in more than one way helps, so more on using IMG tags:

1/ Upload the images.

2/ View the 'full size" image. I use Photobucket & they allow two image sizes. If there's a (+) in your mouse pointer, click the image again so it's at full size. (Max 1024 pixels on either side.)

3/ Rt-click on it & select "Copy Image Location". Come back to your thread, click in the post & paste the link into it. You'll get something like this:
[IMG]Your image URL[/IMG]

If you're link doesn't have the [IMG] tags, you'll have to type them in. Don't forget the / in the 2nd tag [/IMG].

How to post images from pbase
http://photography-on-the.net ...php?p=8433717&postc​ount=7

Remember, in the "Share" areas IMAGE POSTING RULES only allow 2 attachments by the OP per thread, OR 8 embedded (linked) images, OR a combination of both totaling 8 per thread. (Maximum 1280px pixels on any side.) You can always just post a link to more, though, or better yet, post a link to a gallery so we don't have to click on each image link.
Some exceptions are group threads, like "Show Me...", "Post your best...", equipment reviews, Tutorials, etc.
You may add a few additional photos if requested, but only in a reply to other member's post and request.


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May 18, 2010 09:00 |  #3

A note on PhotoBucket
In light of recent events, please read the thread in this link before using Photobucket.
http://photography-on-the.net ...read.php?t=1482950&​page=1

Sometimes your image might not look as sharp as you remember seeing it on your computer. It could be that PhotoBucket has resized? From their support:

Before uploading your images to your Photobucket account, choose either a
display or file size that is equal to or larger than that of your images. You
can do this by clicking on the 'Uploading Options' link in your upload panel
and then on the radio button next to your preferred size. If an option is
grayed out, this means the option is not available for your Photobucket
account type. Selecting a size larger than your images will prevent further
resizing upon upload and help expedite the upload process. To make the changes
permanent, you must upload at least one image from the upload panel. This is
important for Pro users using FTP or anyone using the Windows XP Publisher. If
you choose to use the file size options, the file size of the original image
will take precedence over the the display size and any display size is
accepted as long as the file size is less than your choice in the 'Uploading
Options'.


I always click on the image to get the 100% size that I've uploaded, L-click for "Copy Image Location, & then use that URL for display. See #2 in the above post & the following steps.


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Classic Carz, Racing, Air Show, Flowers.
Find the light... A few Car Lighting Tips, and MOVE YOUR FEET!
Have you thought about making your own book? // Need an exposure crutch?
New Image Size Limits: Image must not exceed 1280 pixels on any side.

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