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  1. #11
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Bengan View Post
    OK, none of the above. EXIF is still there after PP, just not showing up with a mouse over after uploading. And it doesn't help waiting. I've yet to see it on photos uploaded days ago

    Just noticed that EXIF is with the picture on my computer, but gets striped on upload. Obviously I'm doing something wrong uploading. Is there something I need to do in order for EXIF data to be uploaded?
    I just looked through a few of your posts. Your images are uploading as attachments, not inline. Position your cursor where you want your photo to show up. Upload the image. Double click it then select whatever size option you want. But it has to do with how you are uploading.

    If you go back and edit one of your posts, delete one image in the advanced area (not the Quick Reply). Position your cursor where you wanted the image to display. Go below your post to where it says Manage Attachments. Drag the image to the bottom and put an 'X' in the box. Click on Insert Inline. Then click Done.

    Go back to your post. Double click the image to select its size. That should allow the image to display properly. It took me a few tries to get it right when I was new so you're not alone.


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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Bengan View Post
    ...(...or maybe there is one and I just haven't found it)

    ...
    Here's the link. See post #4.
    https://nikonites.com/new-member-int...ur-post-2.html
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Thanks. I've got it now. Posting inline was the trick regardless of photo size.
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Hi, am I doing something wrong uploading photos , when uploaded to the site then give them the two finger zoom on iPad the quality is awful
    ive looked at other members shots and they seem to be a lot sharper when zoom in
    I use medium size on the options in download
    very frustrated because the shots are very sharp but zoom in just a little to look at a part of the shot and quality disappears
    an suggestions

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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Hi, am I doing something wrong uploading photos , when uploaded to the site then give them the two finger zoom on iPad the quality is awful
    ive looked at other members shots and they seem to be a lot sharper when zoom in
    I use medium size on the options in download
    very frustrated because the shots are very sharp but zoom in just a little to look at a part of the shot and quality disappears
    an suggestions
    What are your pixel dimensions before you upload the images?
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Hi, am I doing something wrong uploading photos , when uploaded to the site then give them the two finger zoom on iPad the quality is awful
    ive looked at other members shots and they seem to be a lot sharper when zoom in
    I use medium size on the options in download
    very frustrated because the shots are very sharp but zoom in just a little to look at a part of the shot and quality disappears
    an suggestions
    hi , if you mean image size , on pc it says5661 x 3701 , then download to iPad ,(maybe thatís where itís going wrong ) then just choose medium on the size option for the site

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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    hi , if you mean image size , on pc it says5661 x 3701 , then download to iPad ,(maybe that’s where it’s going wrong ) then just choose medium on the size option for the site
    If
    your images be to big they will be resized automatically. Use 1000 or 1024 pixels on the long side.
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    hi , if you mean image size , on pc it says5661 x 3701 , then download to iPad ,(maybe thatís where itís going wrong ) then just choose medium on the size option for the site
    I have an idea of what might be happening. If an image is too large, the forum will reject it. And the size you posted is much too big. One of the problems when posting from iPhones and iPads is that they will compress images to keep storage space on the devices.

    So I downloaded your pic from this post: https://nikonites.com/landscape/7794...tml#post722919

    Its file properties list it as 600x400 with a resolution of 72dpi. So most likely that is the cause.

    The reason I know this is I used to photograph the local high school's drama productions. One of the kids took a pic while they were away at a competition. He allowed me to have the full size which I then edited. I sent it to one of the teachers who forwarded it to some of the kids' parents. Keep in mind this was a huge photo - at least 11x14. One of the parents tried getting it printed, but it wound up coming out pixelated.

    After a little back and forth with the parent, I asked for the pixel dimensions. It was far too small. That's when I found out about iPhones and iPads compressing images. Not sure about other smart phone manufacturers.

    Post from a PC or Mac if possible and see if that makes a difference.
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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

    Thanks Hark for your help , that explanation makes a lot of sense now , will put Nikonites on pc and try a download from there
    thanks again

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    Re: Tutorial - How to post images inside your post

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