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Wonderful work Allan. Keep it up.



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Seeing the problems experienced by Alan may I suggest an alternative?

For the past 7 years I have been paying approximately £17.00/annum for the possibility of having up to 1500 images stored on yet another American site.

It serves me well and it might be useful for others, all my pictures are linked back to this site?

The site is http://imageevent.com/

It has hosted my business images as a sales outlet too @  http://imageevent.com/petersplatters/petersplatterswoodturning/gallery1 (Merely an example, I am NOT spamming!)

As for Alan's images, they are varied and interesting especially the trackwork.

Regards, Peter.



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Thanks Peter.

I went there but  (and as expected)  they wouldn't let me register over and over again which seems to be typical of most American hosted sites but thanks all the same.

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Glad you got it sorted Allan,the funny thing is i've never had a problem with Photobucket,he says touching wood.



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There's another paid one called Smug Mug.  A couple of guys I know use it.



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I use one called Viewbug. It's free and pictures cannot be downloaded so they are safe. You can also enter competitions and have members feedback and awards. Initially you get a 14 day trial on Premium which gives you unlimited uploads which unless you then start paying $6.99 a month it goes down to 10 pics a week upload. Worth checking out. Check out my gallery below and make up your own mind.

http://www.viewbug.com/member/60019bittern



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Lots of nice shots there, Mick.  :thumbs



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Thanks Max. Keep looking in there will be more later. Just waiting for the steam special season to satrt agin to get some more locos.



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Did I see a shot of the High Street in Rickmansworth?



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No mate, Sorry. It was the Barbican at Plymouth. Never been to Rickmansworth.



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My late Mrs was from there.  I took her ashes back in 2001, and got to have a look around.

Sparky lives nearby.  I ask him to look in on the grave from time to time, poor lad.



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Sorry to hear of your loss Max.



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Thanks, Mick.



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allan downes wrote:PS: Does anyone know how to upload a slide show from ones personal files then upload it onto the forum ?
A program called PicturesToExe is used by professional photographers and camera clubs to create stunning slideshows on their own computer, before uploading them to forums or YouTube. There's a free demo, the standard version costs about £45 from:

 http://www.wnsoft.com/picturestoexe/

Here's a sample slideshow:



 

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Hullo Yahoo_Sender, very odd handle for a railway enthusiast exclam:



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I think I've seen that "Picturestoexe" presentation before ..................:roll::roll:

It certainly seems a powerful tool and, at £45, not over priced.

I wonder how difficult it is to master ...............:hmm:hmm



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allan downes wrote: Thanks Peter.

I went there but  (and as expected)  they wouldn't let me register over and over again which seems to be typical of most American hosted sites but thanks all the same.

Allan.

Allan, I'm unsure of what you mean?

I used my browser without login and my site worked perfectly, what suspect happened is that I gave the link whilst I was logged on so therefore it was trying to recognise you!

Either way it could be what others need for storage.

Warmest regards, Peter.



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