OUR PHOTO CENTRE
Owners of Digital Cameras and persons scanning
prints should note which folder on their computer hold the
If using one of the processing companies "Photographs on
CD" services, the CD will probably load its own viewing programme and create
In my experience these CD based photographs may need enhancing in
your own graphics programme.
PLEASE READ AND
There is a limit on the size of photos the
online storage site will accept. It is ESSENTIAL that the photographs be
reduced in size by either 'image reduction' or 'compression' or the web site
MAY NOT accept them. Aim for below 100 kb (which will still produce
excellent quality and also leave room fo other guests' photos). Save them to
JPG format. (This can be done in any photo editor or there are
now web-sites where it can be done online).
Uploads often fail
for this reason.
With some photos it is helpful to use
the Trim tool in your graphics programme to remove any unnecessary space from
your photo before reducing the resulting image size.
In case of
difficulty in resizing please send an email to:
but do NOT attach the photographs.
The procedure is very simple.
- You must know where your prepared photograph
is stored on your computer as a JPG file.
- Click on "Go to Photocentre"
- On the page you are taken to, click on "Photo
Uploader" which should open a small window which has the facility for you to
choose your photos from your computer.
- You will need to supply your email address
and obviously be able to find the name of the photographs on your
Initially the photographs will go into a
special album and will not be visible on the Internet. Once the photo has been
checked for "suitability" it will be appear on the Photocentre.
PS. As the automatic email notification to me
has failed occasionally can I ask you to also send an email direct to the same
address to avoid delays.
Go to Photocentre