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How to post large image files on LPF

Unown (WILD)

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Hey guys I see people all the time saying they can't post large images on lpf. So this thread is to show you how.

1. Go to www.imgbb.com
2. Upload your photos following the instructions on the website
3. After image is uploaded do the following steps.
a. Click on the images little square shown here

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b. Then right click on the image and choose "copy image address"

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4. After that all you need to do is paste that url and you can click on the image to see the full size afterwards.

I hope this helps

Here's a few hi res examples

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Dundee

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Another option is to download and install one of the easiest free image viewer/editors there is:

Do a search for "faststone image viewer" and download/install it.

Simply open your image in the Faststone viewer (it should do it automatically when you double click your image - or choose to open it in Faststone) and move the mouse to the left side and choose "Quick Resize" then choose "1280x1024" (a good decent size) then "Save As" and save to your Desktop (or wherever). You can also choose to "Auto Adjust Colors" on the left down below a bit and it will do a nice brightness and color correction on the image. Once you play around with this simple viewer/editor and get to know it a little bit, it will open up a whole new world of convenience for you (for those who've never used and image viewer/Simply open your image in the Faststone viewer (should do it automatically when you double click your image - or choose to open it in Faststone) and move the mouse to the left side and choose "Quick Resize" then choose "1280x1024" (a good decent size) then "Save As" and save to your Desktop (or wherever). You can also choose to "Auto Adjust Colors" on the left down below a bit and it will do a nice brightness and color correction on the image. Once you play around with this simple viewer/editor and get to know it a little bit, it will open up a whole new world of convenience for you (for those who've never used an image viewer/editor before).Reduce 01.jpgReduce 02.jpgReduce 03.jpgReduce 04.jpg
 




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