|paul johnson 2||02/01/2011 11:48:55|
197 forum posts
May I start by saying happy newyear to you all, Help required well Iv'e just completed a few projects ie ring holder, light pulls, 2 nut bowls, acorns and a bird house iv'e tried to upload the pics with no sucess it keeps saying jpeg pics only
553 forum posts
Hi Paul, Happy New Year to you.
Your pics will have to be in jpeg (.jpg) form and of a small size for uploading to the internet, I find that about 350Kb is ok for viewing on the screen. If you have a look at the bottom of the home page you will find that Sparky has put together an excellent tutorial of how to go about it. resizing and converting to .jpg can be done using the software that came with your camera. Most manufactures will have their own format for RAW images that will need converting. The normal thing to do is set the camera to upload in the jpg format. it saves a lot of hassle for this king of thing.
I look forward to seeing your pics.
Best of luck
|dennis wake||02/01/2011 14:29:14|
2044 forum posts
it looks like you have cracked it mate. just have a look in the album section you will find that your photos are there.
Edited By dennis wake on 02/01/2011 14:34:01
|Ron Davis||02/01/2011 14:59:39|
1619 forum posts
I resize using resizer as recommended by Ben Plewes, easy to use and works with the site
|paul johnson 2||02/01/2011 15:05:20|
197 forum posts
Thanks for your reply's, I followed Julian's advice and read Sparky's tutorial and got their in the end thank you.
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