mcarnyforlife
Thursday, November 5, 2009 3:31:38 PM
So, I have prbably a thousand carnival pictures, but only a few of them are on disc. I'm not too computer savvy, so any help I can get on how to get some of them online would be appreciated I just don't have the know how to get them off the disc onto the web
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Thursday, November 5, 2009 5:30:03 PM
Get a scanner.
I have done so much,with so little,for so long,I am now qualified to do anything with nothing!
Skywheelrider
Thursday, November 5, 2009 6:21:06 PM
Yeah, a scanner would be a good idea. Time consuming, but a good idea. Do you have the original negatives? If so, you can take the negatives and have prints made right to a disc.
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mcarnyforlife
Thursday, November 5, 2009 7:06:32 PM
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Originally posted by Skywheelrider

Yeah, a scanner would be a good idea. Time consuming, but a good idea. Do you have the original negatives? If so, you can take the negatives and have prints made right to a disc.

yea,so I understand how to get them on disc with a scanner, I just don't understand how to actually get them on the internet, I actually hve three rolls on disc from of Butler from the jackson county fair that I took this year, just dont have the know how to actually get them online
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Benjibear
Thursday, November 5, 2009 7:09:36 PM
I have one of these and it works pretty quick. It is alot less time consuming then a flat bed. About as fast as you feed pictures in, it will scan. I scanned 100s of pictures at my parents in an afternoon.
http://www.amazon.com/Pa...B002B3YDDE/ref=pd_cp_e_0 
There is also one that will do slides and negatives.
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Mamatiger
Thursday, November 5, 2009 7:45:08 PM
1. Go to www.photobucket.com  and open an account.
2. Click on "My Account".
3. Click on "Albums & Upload".
4. When you see "Add Photos From:", click on "Computer".
5. Navigate to the drive where the disc is located, choose the photos, and click "Upload".
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Mamatiger
Thursday, November 5, 2009 7:49:46 PM
cont`d
6. Right-click to copy the [IMG] link below each pic.
7. Paste the link into a post.

Hope this helps! 🙂
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mcarnyforlife
Thursday, November 5, 2009 7:50:40 PM
Quote:

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Originally posted by Mamatiger

1. Go to www.photobucket.com  and open an account.
2. Click on "My Account".
3. Click on "Albums & Upload".
4. When you see "Add Photos From:", click on "Computer".
5. Navigate to the drive where the disc is located, choose the photos, and click "Upload".

thank you much, bro, I'll give it a whirl monday when I can get access to high speed internet
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