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What Method Do You Use To Post Pics Onto The Web?

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I have an iMac and I usually export photos from iPhoto to Photoshop. Then, in Photoshop I "save them for the web" and put the pics on my Desktop / in a folder and upload them from there. It's kind of a pain. What methods do you use to get your pics onto the web? I can't imagine everyone has Photoshop so there must be different / possibly better ways...
post #2 of 10
I transfer them from my camera to the my photos folder on my computer, then use resize2mail.com to get them the right size.
post #3 of 10
Connect camera to computer.
Drag image files into a local folder.
Resize if necessary, otherwise...
Upload via tinypic or imageshack.

The end.
post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
I transfer them from my camera to the my photos folder on my computer, then use photobucket to get them the right size and host them.

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post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
So when I get some kind of error saying that the pic is too big, that means that it's borders are to big? I always thought that I needed to reduce the pic by pixels to transfer it to the interwebz.

In other words, I took a pic of a flowering plant which has a lot of definition. If I want to put it on the web, I don't need to make the pics "size" (pixels?) smaller, I just need to reduce its border size if it's too big?
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post
So when I get some kind of error saying that the pic is too big, that means that it's borders are to big? I always thought that I needed to reduce the pic by pixels to transfer it to the interwebz.

In other words, I took a pic of a flowering plant which has a lot of definition. If I want to put it on the web, I don't need to make the pics "size" (pixels?) smaller, I just need to reduce its border size if it's too big?

Some uploading sites have a limit, others do not. It generally tells you if it is a size or dimension issue when you get the error.
post #7 of 10
Camera to Thumbs Plus where they are cropped and resized and touched up if necessary -- then uploaded to Photobucket.
post #8 of 10
Camera to Flickr, then post the medium size one
post #9 of 10
Camera to Iphoto, drag from Iphoto to temp folder on desktop, bulk upload to photobucket...

pretty good workflow using this method.
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
Camera to Thumbs Plus where they are cropped and resized and touched up if necessary -- then uploaded to Photobucket.

This is the secret to a jindabomb, so the student has become the master.
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