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Seen some of the guys posting pictures,some come out with the photo bucket logo,which I can't bring up and some come out crystal clear and great looking.Whats the procedure for posting good pictures,as I would like to post from time to time.
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Old 09-01-2017, 07:53 PM
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I use a free hosting service called imgur.

imgur has the easiest user interface I've seen. Just drag and drop your pics. When you want to post a pic here just click on your imgur photo for the link. Select BBcode. Done. Then just paste the link into your post.





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Imgur would not let me create an account, so I used this forum's way of loading a photo.

Under the reply box (what you are typing in to reply to a comment) click Go Advanced. Next, Scroll down and click Manage Attachments, a window will pop up. Next, click Choose File. Find the photo on your computer and select it. Then, click Upload (right next to Choose File). Give it a few seconds (about 15 or 20 on my computer) and it will show under the Current Attachments section in the new window, as well as right above the Manage Attachments button that you previously selected. Now, you can just type whatever you want along with the photo and click Submit. You should be good to go.

I hope that was clear enough...
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I use flickr, the trick I do is that after I copy the link from their site I just paste it below my comments.

I don't use the little piture icon. Works for me.

Here is their medium pic:

IMG_8903 by hd_rolling, on Flickr

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