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PostSubject: posting pictures   March 21st 2014, 6:09 pm

Do I do something to my camera to make the file size right to post a picture. I have a Fuje Finepix S9000. I know I can change stuff on it but not sure if I can to post the right size pictures. That is the reason I don't post pictures on ARF.

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PostSubject: Re: posting pictures   March 21st 2014, 7:45 pm

Mine is also a Fuji, and I got a PhotoShop type prog at the hamfair for 5 bux a few yrs back.
Doesnt have to be real fancy or the latest version.
You can then crop, rotate, resize, etc.
Works better than the Microsnarf stuff.
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PostSubject: posting pics   March 21st 2014, 8:01 pm

I have a Photoshop Program I think it is # 7 or #8. I do not remember. I guess I need to find it and load it up. I am not real computer savey but seem to stomp through the muck some of the time. I am using my HP desk top now. My laptop, a Toshiba, is about to bite the dirt. The hard drive is giving me fits. I think next month I am going to buy an I Pad that my cousin in Dell City, VA recommends. He works for the Gov. at Quantico, VA.

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PostSubject: Re: posting pictures   March 22nd 2014, 2:10 am

1. You can reduce the size of your pictures by decreasing the quality setting on your camera.
2. You can also use a program like paint and scale down your picture then do a save as.

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PostSubject: picture setting   March 22nd 2014, 4:45 am

Thanks, Mr. Cliff. This puter stuff has eluded me since I never bought one until back when they had Doss. Then I got a desktop with windows. Did not have much help with it and still have trouble catching up. Only folks many miles away seem to be able to help. The people here either do not have time and patience or don't want to bother. I tried qa community college course, but I type with teo fingers and slowed everyone down. I am also hard of hearing so that does not help either.

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PostSubject: Pictures posting instruction   December 3rd 2016, 3:32 pm

You will find instructions on how to post your pictures by going up to the toolbar, then click on the word FAQ then look for Toptic How to post pictures.

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