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    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2009 edited
     

    I tried using the browse to my files. I tried uploading them from Photo Bucket but nothing seems to work. What is the best method please?

    • CommentAuthormalvin
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2009
     

    You can now upload screenshots to the forum of what you have captured on USeeWildlife. Simply create a new discussion and use the "attachments" box below and click browse to locate your picture. When you click Start Discussion or Add Your Comments, it will upload your picture. One note is that you must have something in the comment field for the picture to load.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2009
     

    thank youSmile

    • CommentAuthorbobby
    • CommentTimeFeb 10th 2009
     

    hi my name is bobby.so i can take pics of the animals i see on here.if so how would i do this.

    • CommentAuthormalvin
    • CommentTimeFeb 10th 2009
     

    We are working to post some generic instructions. There are many screen capture applications out there that will allow you to capture an image. We will try to identify one or two that is easy to learn and use.

     

    Other members - if you have suggestions or recommendations, please feel free to jump in.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeFeb 19th 2009
     

    Is there any way that there could be more then 1 pic per post? Say maybe up to 4 pics per post. Since there has to be something written with each attachements it gets a little tedious.. Just an idea

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeFeb 19th 2009 edited
     

    Feb 18   for screenscaping

    For those of you who use the video link default page

    these are good programs to use, free also if you want

    ScreenHunter    http://www.wisdom-soft.com/downloads/downloadfiles.htm

    MWSnap  http://www.tucows.com/preview/222629

    or you can surf the net & find others. For photo editing I prefer Photoscape

    http://download.cnet.com/PhotoScape/3000-2192_4-10703122.html

    or  Photofilter

    http://photofiltre.en.softonic.com/

    For those of you that use WMP you can use FRAPS

    http://www.fraps.com/

    Before you post you may have to save the pic as jpeg because the free fraps saves it a bitmap & most attachments don't work with bitmap

    I'm sure there are others. The links I gave I found were the easiest for me to learn.  When you finally want to post pick which area you want to post in, Cam specific, animal specific. Malvin mentions how in a few posts before this one. Happy scaping

     

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2009
     

    Bumping this up

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2009 edited
     

    June 3 You should also have a destination folder to send your pics to, either in C disk or in D disk. Hope this helps

      whole.jpg
      Noname.jpg
    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2009
     

    go to start=all programs=look for wisdom-soft ScreeHunter 5 free (or whatever number you got) then hit screenhunter  help file. That Will do the trick

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2009
     

    July 29 for TR.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2010
     
    Pushing up higher on page for newbies
    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    Does it work like this?  If so - it is my backyard.  The photo was taken looking out my livingroom window. Just beyond the first grove of trees, is a small lake of maybe 5 acres

     

    I took a walk in it yesterday, to see if I could track the coyotes to the den, but there were not enough tracks to help me.  

    God bless,

    T.R.

     

     

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    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    I use MWSnap 3. It is a FREE download at http://www.snapfiles.com/get/mwsnap.html. and the directions on how to use it are easy and self explanatory.

     

    Once you have taken a photo, save it as a .jpg file extension. You can use your Microsoft Photo Editor (available with most Windows 98, NT, XP or Vista packages), or Photoshop or other photo editing applications.

     

    If you want to use a photo on the internet, save it at no bigger than 72ppi. The largest size you can probably post is 8 inches wide, but that is large. 4 inches wide is a good size. Save it in your My Photos or My Pictures folder, using a descriptive name, and the number assigned to the photo on your camara device. The photo above was saved as "12-24-09Backyard".

     

    When you use a number as part of the photo name, it makes it easy to locate when you are looiknig for it later. All you have to do is open your "My Photos" folder, and type the name and number of the photo in the "Find" box of your pop up menu - and it will appear. If you use Windows Explorer to find photo files, all you have to do is use the number, not necessarilly the name.

     

    As has already been mentioned here, to upload your photo to any internet site, you click on the "Browse" Photo button, or for this site the "Browse" Attachment button, locate the file (using either the name and/or the number, or the  "Thumbnail" viewer and click on the photo you want to upload.

     

    And - walla - you're done!!!

     

    Hope that explained it.

     

    God bless,

     

    T.R.

        

    Me with a mounted 10 point rack, that scored 168.5 inches

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    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    You can upload multiple photos, but you may not be able to get text between them. So you'll have to type, "photo #1 is", "photo #2 is", etc., etc.

    If you look closely at photo #3, you'll see that the deer in the foreground is a buck that has lost its antlers, with nothing left, but large circles where the pedicels (stubs) of the antlers were.

     

     

    God bless,

     

    T.R.

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      BlackBear002.jpg
      BuckwLostAntlers12-27-09.jpg
      SwansEaglesFeeding.jpg
    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010
     

    Well done TR

    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    Well, with over 2500  photos on my website, and a ton of text, plus supposedly being a professional outdoor writer and author, I might just about have it (posting photos and writing) figured out.

     

    T.R. Michels

     

     

    Bugling Elk

     

     

    Bull Elk at Sunset

    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    I used the "Insert Image" (little green tree) icon to upload the first elk photo.

    And, if you put in at least 3 spaces (the "enter" key on your keyboard) after each photo, you can get text or spaces beween the photos.  

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    I learned about that insert & making the pics large from hitting properties on one of Yomamas pics & then cluing in with a lightbulb over my head. I didn't like my pics small. It took something away from them I thought. So now i do them 600-700.That elk is awesome. I have yet to see one up north

    You should start your own page in Members photography, REALLY

    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010
     

    With trying to keep up with my own 400 page website, writing articles for 50+ other websites, sending article queries to the 30 or so print hunting publications, sending queries to hunting and Christian book publishers, and analyzing the data from the study here. I just don't have time  to start another project.

     

    Besides, my photography is mainly with my camera, not the scapes - and I don't have time to downsize the photos, edit them and then upload them here. I just noticed some screwed up links on one of my photography pages, which will probably take the rest of the day to fix.  

     

    God bless, and good photo - ing,

    T.R.

    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeJan 15th 2010 edited
     

    Great Blue Heron

     

     

     

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    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeMay 27th 2010
     

    Bumping this up

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2010
     

    For photo editing

    http://www.photoscape.org/ps/main/index.php

    one of the best & easiest

    • CommentAuthorChicago
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2010
     

    YEA!  I did it!  Took me forever to figure it out.  So this is me CHICAGO :-) with a bull in Michigan at the Double J Ranch

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeNov 20th 2010
     
    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010
     
    • CommentAuthorTRMichels
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2010
     

    Does anyone have a good  video capture program that is free, that we csn capture video from here???

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeDec 13th 2010
     

    TR I have it mentioned right above. Cam Studio it's FREE

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2011
     

    How to delete a mistaken post in wrong thread

     All you have to do is go to you're post you want to delete, hit edit, go down under attachements, go to right side of it, delete will show, hit delete, Hightlight post, hit cut or delete & just say moved & submit again

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    deleted!!

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJun 1st 2011 edited
     

    Footballs post moved to  HOW TO CAPTURE & POST PICS & OTHER USEFULL INFO

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