I added an instructions post to the top of each forum for those who have questions on how to add images, links, etc. to their posts. These instructions are also for your blog. I hope this answers some of the questions the Moderators get and hopefully makes it a bit clearer on how to do these things. You can read them for yourself...
Thanks WebDude. This will be very helpful to me in the future.Now I just need to get a camera.Is there any way to get pictures I have taken over the years scanned and put on a disc or something? I assume I could then send them to photobucket right.
By the way, I think there is a limit on the number of pics, or at least the amount of space the pics take up. One user here had a lot of videos he had uploaded and his account got suspended. I think you could probably do a thousand or so pics if they are scaled down for the web. You are going to have to go to their website and check it out.
I guess what I meant to ask was is there a place where I can get my paper pics. scanned and put on a disc so I can load them into my computer.Then I can send them to photo bucket right.Sorry I wasn't more specific.
Your best bet would be to get a cheap 3 in 1 printer. It will come with a scanner. You can then scan your pics to your computer yourself. You can usually find one for under $100.
However I think you'll be better off just going out and spending that $100 on a relatively in expensive digital camera and just start documenting your fishing trips from here on out. My digital camera doesn't get used for much besides my fishing trips these days. Its pretty old now though so if it gets wet or damaged I could still live with myself.
Once the pics are on the computer loading on Photobucket is really easy. Once you go check out the site you'll probably figure it out in just a few mintues. If not let me know and I can walk you through it.
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People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947