So... you're officially a Dropper, and you wanna start posting all kinds of cool threads, and wish a Happy Birthday to your fellow droppers? But you don't know how to post that perfect birthday picture you've picked out? Well let's work that out for you!
First of all, you'll need to find that perfect picture. When you do, go save it to your Photobucket
I'm sort of a beginner to photo editing and was wondering when I use the option to flatten layers or items in Photoshop or Snag-It will the final image size be smaller when I save it, or does it not make any difference at all? I'm trying to reduce my images as much as possible without losing any noticeable image quality.
I have like a million pictures on Photobucket and am worried that maybe they'll arbitrarily delete some, or something will happen and I'll lose them all somehow. Does anyone know if there's a way to download them all to my computer all at once automatically? A download link on Photobucket, or some software or something? Thanks!
Can anyone tell me how to download all of my Photobucket pictures straight to my computer without having to do them one-by-one? Including the sub albums? Does Photobucket make a tool to do this? TIA
One of my all-time favorite programs is Snag-It. But one feature it lacks, (and I've seen requests on their forums for it, which Techsmith keeps ignoring for some reason ), is the ability to directly send a captured (and edited if you choose) screenshot directly to Imageshack.us, the popular free image Hosting place, from within the program, the same way you can send captures to other programs or email, and so on.
Ok now there is a handy iPhone App to upload images from you iPhone to ImageShack: Clicky
So, I'm sure you've heard someone say "Upload it to Photobucket", which sounds so easy. But what if you don't know what Photobucket is, nonetheless how to use it? Well I'm gonna give ya all the basics right here. I know, I know... "Critter, you're the BEST... now I won't feel so lost in the sauce"
Well there are a number of different programs out there to morph photographs but for this I'm going to show you one I use called Abrosoft FantaMorph (I use the Deluxe one). If you want to check it out they have a 30 day trial offer.
So what is the difference between a animated gif and a Morph. Well a animated gif is generally just a flash like slide show in a pic where as a morph is where the one picture turns into the other.