Asked by chuck1932 5 months ago
I really need help am so confused.I need step by step instructions on how to put a photo from my digital camera to a website.I want to sell something on craigslist and I need to know how to put a picture on the site.I put the photo I want to use on photo bucket but am so confused on how to transfer from photo bucket to craigslist.I need to know if thre is a simple way to put photos on websites from my computer.People do it all the time so someone please help.PS Also need to know how to downsize my photo to fit a website.
Asked by Hclassic57 8 years ago
I have often on tv seen taking a photo and slicing it then able to rotate the slices to see a side view .did I lose you? I would like this tenique to take a photo of my head then use slices for a template for using planks of wood to lamate up .none of the photo programs I have have anything like this , so I am lost . As not even sure what the process is called . anyone with ideas for this?please help me with the photo and would gladly split the instructable credits for the bust .
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Asked by ali31 5 years ago
hello guys! am about to open a photo studio but my capital is too limited. Then could you help me in any way? Answered
Your help can be opinions about how to handle and manage studio business, how to get cheap accessories (home made) like studio lights, backdrops, soft box etc. Also you can help by giving some kind of direction, where to get more skills or if you got some you can share with me. Also i would be much grad if you could give some retouching software URL`s or even just mention thr names. Hoping from you.
Asked by pilo9609 7 years ago
I am a newly starting artist in need of some critique and views. I have had trouble spreading my work around and would highly appreciate if you guys could send this link or maybe put it on your blogs, or even just look at the pictures yourselves, again this is just a favor but if you do i would very much appreciate it thanks guys D http://www.flickr.com/photos/51435971@N05/
Asked by davidglinski 8 years ago
When adding photos to an Instructable the photo has a "view/edit" link on the imported photo. Clicking it used to take you to a photo editor to crop, adjust, color correct annotate, etc. Now the link only lets you view the photo. Has the photo editor gone away or is it located somewhere else. It was so nice to be able to edit photos via the Instructable website as needed. Thanks,
Asked by wannabemadsci 8 months ago
I have many pretty photos of animals and scenes, as these are my own photos I would like to incorporate them into the home decor. I already have many framed and think tiles would be a good option. The end result being a washable surface. I am open to new suggestions of ways to display my photos.
Asked by apricotnun 7 years ago
Asked by patanddave 9 years ago
I need a basic circuit that will operate 12v solenoids via IR laser and photo reciever. There will be 1 photo/IR per solenoid. Thanks
Asked by twistedhickey 7 years ago
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Asked by emmartz 7 years ago
I have uploaded some photos to my photo library and i want them to be viewed by other members. But there is no tab on my profile page for others to click on my photo library. I do not have an instructable. I just wanted to show the original poster of the project to see my project. Is there a way to add a tab to my profile page with the link to my photo library?
Posted by hconfer 5 years ago
As the title implies, does anyone know what the max size of an Instructable's cover photo is?(in pixels). I'm trying to make an awesome cover photo but i need to know what the max size is, to do it right.
Posted by Team Dogoman RC 2 years ago
Hi! I recently posted my instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-Stamp-With-Brass-Inlay/ it got put on the homepage and has tons of views but no likes, this may be because i made the 'ible quite long by adding photos directly into the html, making it harder to see the whole thing, should i remove the photos?
Posted by MakerBox 1 year ago
The main photo of an Instructable is being cropped by a few percent at the edges on the 'explore' pages. The images are fine when the Instructable is clicked to view it, but for myself and others who take photos to fill the whole frame it is annoying to have the edges of the 'content' chopped off. (I always intend to take a more loosely framed photo as the title image but never seem to remember.) Is this a bug in the image handling or is it done by intent? Edit : I've just realised what's happening - It's cropping to make a square aspect ratio for the thumbnails. Looks like I'll have to compose the photo accordingly.
Posted by AndyGadget 6 years ago
On many instructables photos, there are one or more rectangles embedded in the image. When mousing over the rectangle, text appears that explains that part of the overall image. How can I create this effect on my images?
Asked by banjobilly 8 years ago
Whenever I try to upload a Photo It fails, and ERROR 10 shows up. I do not have any problem with uploading Photo in Face Book, or Google then why the problem on this site?
Asked by Dipankar 6 years ago
I usually put my logo and url in nearly all my photos and shrink them down to 640 X 480.When I upload the bigger pics, should I remove the logo and url for the sake of the editors?Just wondering.It's for this instructable:IKEA lamp hack
Posted by corinna.anni.roc 10 years ago
Hi I had published an instructable before. Now I would like to change the main/cover image of it. How do I do it in the new editor? Once before I changed the main photo going to publish and I lost the comments I got. I did it the wrong way. Is there any other way in the new editor? Thanks in advance
Posted by Passion Make 3 years ago
I just happen to notice my photo being used on the explore menu labeling the woodworking section. Feels pretty good!
Posted by SlickSqueegie 3 years ago
I came across this instructable. https://www.instructables.com/id/Watermelon-on-Grill/ The images are copied. I doubt if the author has really done this recipe. Found the same photos in the link below. http://www.polywoodinc.com/blog/food/bizarre-b-q-grill-recipes-that-are-surprisingly-delicious/ I am not sure how it got featured. I feel original 'ibles should be found and given more importance.
Posted by mile stone 3 years ago
Hello, I know that this sounds unlikely but if I re-orientate a photograph in Preview on my Mac and then put it in an Instructable, it reverts to the original orientation. This has only been the case on my current Instructable. Has anyone else found this to be so ? Also I still cannot reply to comments left on my current Instructable. Thank you.
Posted by FriendOfHumanity 6 years ago
I created an Instructable for the photo contest... but there's no way to submit it... what am I doing wrong?
Asked by livingdog 8 years ago
I just do not know what to do with my 40gb ipod photo color. whenever i tried to open my ipod...an apple logo appears for about 10 seconds then little by little fades until it's gone. sometimes after the apple logo a battery icon appears... sometimes a folder icon...and sometimes a sad face icon. im confused about what is really wrong with my ipod. is there hope that it will rise again? could someone please help me with my ipod. thank you.
Asked by ihatemyipod 8 years ago
I think it would be really nice if You could send images to other people via PM. This would be useful if you want to show a project to one or 2 people, and dont want others to see until its posted. There has been many a time where a lot didnt get done for us because we couldnt PM images. Also, looking in the community blog forum, it would really many people.
Posted by DJ Radio 9 years ago
Hi folks. I have made some alterations & additions to my workshop I want to add either to my "My Little Workshop/Utility Room/Cathouse." 'ible or my "Using recycled or salvaged timber" 'ible, possibly both. Is there an easy way to change it from a photo 'ible to a step by step? I did want to add it in last night but life got in the way as usual & by the time I got started it was quite late & to tell the truth I was too tired to really search around the options, I thought I would try to save a bit of time & ask here before I try again this evening.
Posted by Nostalgic Guy 5 years ago
Hi! I'm slightly obsessed with this giant photo frame (see attached). I'm pretty sure it's just a concept / one-off, and it's not something I'd be able to afford anyways, so I'm considering how to DIY it. I've got some good ideas for the outer frame rim, but I can't come up with a way to make the huge back plate and matt that would look nice and not be too heavy. For the backplate I could probably use posterboard or 3mm MDF, but I'm not sure of how to join two or more sheets together that won't significantly add to the weight. At this size there will also be some serious stability issues - it'll need some sort of cross bracing. For the matt, I think I could maybe just use nice cardboard and cut the picture holes by hand, carefully lining up adjacent sheets. Proper matt material I think would be way too expensive for something that size. Any ideas? Thanks Alex
Posted by trialex 6 years ago
I'd like to be able to save all my pictures into a desktop folder but it seems I have to open each picture, right click and save one at a time. Is there a better way?
Asked by Mrballeng 6 years ago
How do I enlarge a picture to a door size from an 8x10 size How do I make a door size picture from an 8x10?
I am redoing my sliding glass doors. I use Gallery Glass paint to make images on them
Asked by Elaineevelyn 2 years ago
Greetings, I would like to know what qualifies as an Instructable? What is the definition of an Instructable? I has assumed that an Instructable had to be instructive and not just a picture of something already completed. Regardless of people voicing opposition in the comments that it is not an Instructable, the following post has remained: https://www.instructables.com/id/Nebula-Jewelry/ In response to an email I sent Eric J. Wilhelm replied saying "We have been specifically encouraging authors to share items they have made but did not document the full step-by-step process in our Photo Instructables." I have not seen that. Could you please link where you encourage that? Where you say pictures showing only a completed object qualify as an Instructable? Must an Instructable be intructive or not? If not, then I will be posting a only just pictures of completed objects as Instuctables to be sure special treatment is not being given. Thanks
Posted by NeuroPulse 7 years ago
I am currently in the Advanced Photography class at my high school. One of the assigned projects is simply titled "Alternative Photographic Technique." Basically, we have to create an image without using 35mm film (not digital, either). The specific techniques that he recommends are:Photogram-arranging objects directly on the photo paper, without using a camera at allHolga- The teacher has a few Holga cameras with 120 film for class use to take artistically lousy imagesPinhole Camera- If you don't know what this is, you probably can't answer my question anyway.Cyanotype- a special emulsion is painted on watercolor paper, then exposed in sunlight under a large transparency. Search "cyanotype" to see what it is.Polaroid image transfer- an image taken with a Polaroid Two-Step camera is transferred from the film to watercolor paper-looks cool, but expensiveCan anyone suggest other interesting ideas? I'd like to keep it simple and inexpensive, and I have to have 8"x10" total printed image.Weissensteinburg? Are you there?Edit 5-12-08: I have printed some 5x7s with my cool new technique. I matted them today, and I turn them in on Thursday.
Posted by CameronSS 10 years ago