Demo for highschool students today

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by cape chef, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. cape chef

    cape chef

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    Not great pics, but I had a lot of fun. I had 40 highschool students in today for a demo and lunch. Many of them expressed interest in attending after they graduate.

    Now, Can someone PM me or post how I can posts images from my programs instead of using that site.
    Thanks
     
  2. greg

    greg

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    CC, what do you mean by "images from my programs"?
     
  3. cape chef

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    Greg,

    I have a few photo programs for my digital photos.

    Nikon 6
    Photo smart
    Microsoft
    HP
    Arc soft
    etc.

    All of these programs allow me to save and touch up photos and print them and/or email them. I thought there was a way to upload them onto a website.
     
  4. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Try attaching them cc. Scroll down the page a little and click on "manage attachments." You can the browse your computer for the image you want to upload. Make them nice and small. I don't know the maximum size this site will take but if it's too big either one of two things will happen. It'll tell you that the attachment is too big or you just won't see your image.
     
  5. chrose

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    Beautiful plates Brad, they are lucky students.
     
  6. greg

    greg

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    I just tried to upload a picture directly to cheftalk; the file size limit is 12kb as opposed to 1.5mb at imagevenue.
    You can more than likely save pictures that you run through your image processing software into a folder of your choice (you can use the "my pictures" folder that's already in "my documents", or create your own) instead of the default folder the program wants to use. When you go to imagevenue, browse to that folder and upload them from there. For pictures that you've already saved in the programs default folder, just cut (or copy) and paste them into the new folder.
     
  7. keeperofthegood

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    Hey oh

    Ok, I did not notice that there was an attachments button :eek:

    So, here is the original pic (its one of my fractals):

    <edit> this is the pics URL http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...d/pipefull.jpg. For some reason my 11K pic file gets a responce that it exceedes the fourum quota by 1.09 megs!

    I will again try the attacment here.

    D!mn still get the message about forum quotas!!!! PLEASE

    PM me and let me know :(
     
  8. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    That pic is 107k!
     
  9. keeperofthegood

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    LOL

    Yes, and my appologies. That is the original pic. I should also have put a link to the down sized pic http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...eGood/pipe.jpg

    That is only 11K, and that is the pic that I tried to attach. I do not understand how I am past my forum quota by 1.09 MEGS.
     
  10. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Huh I get the same message also. Gotta ask Nicko.