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Merco_61

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Adam, how about posting an illustrated sticky about posting photos direct, using the Gallery space and using BBCode. With a sticky in the Post your photos subforum, there is somewhere to point people who have trouble posting. If you want, you have my permission to use the material from my blog post



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I agree.

I rarely post photos, because I have to remember how to do it each time!

A photo that has been edited on my iPad has to be uploaded to Flickr, then I have to open the forum on a different PC, find the Flickr photo, then relearn how to post it :-(

I don't consider myself to be that old!

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Great idea!  I've posted a quick guide:

 

How to Post Photos on the Forum - Post Your Photos - NikonForums.com



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"Alternatively, you can simply manually wrap the image URL in IMG BBCode tags."

 

The above is written in a language that I do not understand. I'd love to post photos I've taken of the Beatles or Elvis (I have been around a long time) but verbiage like the above puzzles me. Ask me how to operate a Speed Graphic or a classic rangefinder Nikon, I'm your guy. But stuff like the above doesn't do it for me.