How To Post (Upload) Photos

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Speedy, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    To post a photo:

    MAKE SURE YOU PHOTO IS A--bmp, doc, gif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, pdf, png, psd, txt, zip.

    You photos can be:

    250KB bytes
    (Zip files can only be 54.7KB)

    1)click on the "post reply" button,

    2)Scroll down past the text box and find the box entitled "Additional Features",

    3)Inside the "Additional Features" box click the button that says "Manage Attachments",

    4)In the box that pops up click "Browse",

    5)Find your photo on your computer and click on the "open" button,

    6)Click on the "upload" button and hope your file is not too large,

    7)If the file size is ok then your file will show up in the bottom of the box as a "current attacnment",

    8)Click the "close this window" button,

    9)Finally click on the submit reply button (DO NOT preview your post as that will delete the attachment).

    Ten images per post
     
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  3. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    Thanks to The Cave Troll...who typed out part of this!

    Speedy
     
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  4. noblepayne

    noblepayne New Member

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    Is There Some One I Can E-mail My Coin Pics To .it Seems My Dig-cam Is Too Big To Upload.
    I Would Appreciate It.
    Noble Payne
     
  5. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator


    Sure - email them to me. gdjmsp@qwest.net

    Or - you can re-size the pics using your camera software and then upload them yourself.
     
  6. wolf22t

    wolf22t Junior Member

    You can upload your pics to photobucket which i think resizes the picture automatically to a decent size. Makes life fairly easy when it comes to posting pics on the web. Photobucket.com is free by the way
     
  7. The_Cave_Troll

    The_Cave_Troll The Coin Troll

    be aware when you use photobucket that 1) you lose all rights to the image and it becomes the property of photobucket (you agree to this in their terms of service agreement), and 2) all photobucket images are available for anyone to view by clicking on the "recent" button in the upper right corner of the Photobucket home page and then scrolling through the list. This could be a serious privacy issue.
     
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  8. Coinlover

    Coinlover The Coin Collector

    How Do You Do It If You But It A On A Computer Scanner?
     
  9. satootoko

    satootoko Retired

    Save the scan with an appropriate extension (.jpg, .bmp, etc.), and handle it the same way as any other picture file.
     
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  10. rlm's cents

    rlm's cents Numismatist

    I would hate to see the adjective you use to describe me. I started using a computer in 1965 and the internet in 1985 (?) such as it was.
     
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  11. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Boy Howdy ! You really are old :D
     
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  12. rzage

    rzage What Goes Around Comes Around .

    Gosh rlm , in '65 wasn't that computer the size of a house , oh wait I was thinking of the one they called Brainiac at the University of Chicago , you could of used that one too:eek::bigeyes::hail:JK.
    Rusty:):hatch::hammer:
     
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  13. micheldura2

    micheldura2 Senior Member

    1974 error penny?

    I could barely see liberty until I took the picture. I have never seen one like this...anyone? And hi to ya'll. I just joined the group today. I still have to fill out my profile. I started collecting last year, and I especially have a thing for pennies. Thanks for any input

    Michelle:pencil:
     

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  14. TomCorona

    TomCorona New Member

    Grade please?

    I have a few these same year and condition. Appreciate any input.;)
     

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  15. TomCorona

    TomCorona New Member

    hmmm.I seem to have screwed that up...
     
  16. GARY LASPEA

    GARY LASPEA Junior Member

    Is this ok

    I tryed again
     

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  17. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    It worked like a champ Gary !
     
  18. weasle94

    weasle94 Junior Member

    all my photos are much larger than 250 KB most are 11 or 12 MB anyway to down size them.I will try again
     

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  19. weasle94

    weasle94 Junior Member

    Where can I send these photos to shrink them down to size that fits this forum ,Thanks Wesale94
     
  20. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    If you using a hosting site like Photobucket, as explained in the first post of this thread, there is no need to shrink them down.
     
  21. telemyz

    telemyz Junior Member

    Hi, What is the best way to take digital pictures of coins? I tried taking pics of silver bars on a black background but the silver was too shiny and the flash showed up on the pic.
     
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