...so what happens in a years time when we all want to go and look back at the photos...if they are not on a reliable site or one that is gonna just shut up, then they ain't gonna be there.
Besides it gives a clear system of order to the whole thing, its simple enough to understand - copy the link for the medium size image link into the forum in the [img] tags, and put the large size image link into the [url=] tags. Plus Flickr can display the EXIF info in a click for people to check their on EXIF data if they don't use an image editing application.
I suppose it is the person fault for not using a good upload service, so I suppose it is a good point there. I don't like being force to use something I don't want to - so yeah you guys are right there
Can we however, "advise" people to go with a service like flickr since it is simple and easy to use, plus the site is pretty easy to use and understand.
As for 1st Nov - Sounds splendid
Water does indeed sound like a good idea, and I have loch less than 250m from me!
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