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    Default Posting picture guide.

    If anybody is wondering about how to post pictures, check out the guide here, and it should help.

    http://www.gunsite.co.za/forum/index...29.msg31#msg31
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    Default Re: Posting picture guide.

    Craig, is there any major difference between using flickr as apposed to photobucket? I am told by those that know more about this shit than I do that comparing photobucket to flickr is like comparing myspace (photobucket) to facebook (flickr)?!

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    Default Re: Posting picture guide.

    Not sure Deon, I'll check, if its easier I'll post a guide. I just used what I knew, but never looked around to be honest.
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    Default Re: Posting picture guide.

    To me taking a good shot of your trophy and the hunt with your camera is the second most important "shot" that you'll take on a hunt. Here's a very good article on how to take better trophy photos by The Man himself:

    http://www.bowhuntingmag.com/photos/betterpix_0521/

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    Default Re: Posting picture guide.

    Quote Originally Posted by deonh
    Craig, is there any major difference between using flickr as apposed to photobucket? I am told by those that know more about this shit than I do that comparing photobucket to flickr is like comparing myspace (photobucket) to facebook (flickr)?!
    I looked into this, and maybe it's just me, but Photobucket seemed to be an easier option if you just want to host pic's, but Flickr has the similar sharing options that you get with Facebook.

    Maybe I'm just used to photobucket, but I find it a little easier.
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