Hi everyone

Discussion in 'Welcomes and Introductions' started by Medusa, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. Medusa

    Medusa TPF Noob!

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    Hahaha! Thanks, PJcam!
    My problem is that I have to wait for my husband to figure out how to make it possible for me to give acces to others to see/ edit photos from / or through his server. I tried posting a photo from my iPad, but that didn't work.
    Guess I'll have to be patient....


     
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  2. PJcam

    PJcam No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You could possibly use a free online website for posting your images, there are a few I believe, Flickr is one, the guys on here can maybe suggest others for you to consider. But meanwhile don't let it stop you playing with your camera, try different things, anything, the good thing is that you can delete them or format your card in seconds. I do. :biglaugh:
     
  3. Medusa

    Medusa TPF Noob!

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    I appreciate your advice!
    So far, in the last year I'm taking pictures with (don't laugh) my iPhone.
    We got a Canon 20D from a friend, my husband has been playing with that since Christmas.
    Now we have a Canon 40D on order, as soon as that arrives I'll take possession of the 20D. Right now I can't pry it out of his hands.
    Today I'm pretty sure we'll get the issue with server access resolved.
     
  4. Cortian

    Cortian No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    /me starts looking for another "all-around" lens...

    I may have to install, or even write, some non-tech-y-friendly software.
     

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