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Russian Folk Dancer 1

 

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Russian Folk Dancer 2                                                                      

 

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Russian Folk Dancers 3

 

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Happy Holidays from Long Island - Ann

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an-abstract-image-of-an-illuminated-caro

 

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a-train-speeding-through-a-train-station

Edited by Simon Evans

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Ann

You should be able to post your Russian dancers. You can post from any other website to here, but you can't post from  a photo that is on your hard drive. Go to your website and on the photo you want right click and there will be an option Copy Image Address or Copy Image URL. Click that and then paste it into a forum reply here as usual.

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Ann

You should be able to post your Russian dancers. You can post from any other website to here, but you can't post from  a photo that is on your hard drive. Go to your website and on the photo you want right click and there will be an option Copy Image Address or Copy Image URL. Click that and then paste it into a forum reply here as usual.

You can normally just drag and drop from your own web site into the "Reply to this topic" box.

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Geoff I think they are blooming good images and well worth entering.

 

Allan

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carnival-rides-at-night-bright-colourful

 

valhalla-ny-3-july-2013-brightly-colored

 

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Here are mine. 

 

1 - Circus performance with hula hoops. 

 

aircraft-circus-presents-twilight-circus

 

 

 

2. Kinetic art 

 

kinetica-art-fair-2014-at-the-old-truman

 

3. Motion/less

 

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Edited by vpics

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Ann

You should be able to post your Russian dancers. You can post from any other website to here, but you can't post from a photo that is on your hard drive. Go to your website and on the photo you want right click and there will be an option Copy Image Address or Copy Image URL. Click that and then paste it into a forum reply here as usual.

 

You can normally just drag and drop from your own web site into the "Reply to this topic" box.
Dear Colin and TokyoM1ke - thank you for kindly taking time to share info. My site's settings include placing transparent layer over photo.

 

Quite awhile ago, a computer wiz told me how to figure out the URL of actual photo, but if it were crucial to post photo from my site, I'd probably write a blog post that displays that (strongly watermarked) photo in a way that makes reposting possible.

 

smiles - ann

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Ann

You should be able to post your Russian dancers. You can post from any other website to here, but you can't post from a photo that is on your hard drive. Go to your website and on the photo you want right click and there will be an option Copy Image Address or Copy Image URL. Click that and then paste it into a forum reply here as usual.

You can normally just drag and drop from your own web site into the "Reply to this topic" box.
Dear Colin and TokyoM1ke - thank you for kindly taking time to share info. My site's settings include placing transparent layer over photo.

 

Quite awhile ago, a computer wiz told me how to figure out the URL of actual photo, but if it were crucial to post photo from my site, I'd probably write a blog post that displays that (strongly watermarked) photo in a way that makes reposting possible.

 

smiles - ann

 

It can be done with a bit of fiddling (I just extracted one of your images and dragged it in here - of course I would not actually post one of your images.

 

Easiest way is to look at the source code (normally right click on the page and select "view page source". Then search the source for ".jpg" until you find the one you are looking for. Copy the full address (in the case of my example it was "http://cdn.c.pho[other stuff].jpg". Paste that full address into the address bar of the browser window. Then you can drag and drop the image.  

 

Ultimately the transparent layers and other tricks stop very casual copying but with a modicum of technical know how you can easily circumvent them.  If you display it on the web it can be copied. If someone wanted to steal your images they could always save the entire web page and look for the image on their computer.  

 

Not sure if I get a thumbs up or multiple thumbs downs for showing how to get around copy protection...

 

Best wishes,

 

Michael

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Ann

You should be able to post your Russian dancers. You can post from any other website to here, but you can't post from a photo that is on your hard drive. Go to your website and on the photo you want right click and there will be an option Copy Image Address or Copy Image URL. Click that and then paste it into a forum reply here as usual.

You can normally just drag and drop from your own web site into the "Reply to this topic" box.
Dear Colin and TokyoM1ke - thank you for kindly taking time to share info. My site's settings include placing transparent layer over photo.

 

Quite awhile ago, a computer wiz told me how to figure out the URL of actual photo, but if it were crucial to post photo from my site, I'd probably write a blog post that displays that (strongly watermarked) photo in a way that makes reposting possible.

 

smiles - ann

 

It can be done with a bit of fiddling (I just extracted one of your images and dragged it in here - of course I would not actually post one of your images.

 

Easiest way is to look at the source code (normally right click on the page and select "view page source". Then search the source for ".jpg" until you find the one you are looking for. Copy the full address (in the case of my example it was "http://cdn.c.pho[other stuff].jpg". Paste that full address into the address bar of the browser window. Then you can drag and drop the image.  

 

Ultimately the transparent layers and other tricks stop very casual copying but with a modicum of technical know how you can easily circumvent them.  If you display it on the web it can be copied. If someone wanted to steal your images they could always save the entire web page and look for the image on their computer.  

 

Not sure if I get a thumbs up or multiple thumbs downs for showing how to get around copy protection...

 

Best wishes,

 

Michael

 

 

 

Absolutely right, or they just do a screen grab and crop out the extraneous stuff.

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Have you guys heard of a programme called "Jing"? It lets you take screenshots, but you can define the area etc. It can be very useful, but I think it could also be used to lift pictures off websites. 

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I don't have many images showing motion - guess I should start taking some more!   Here's one, with a bit of motion atop Grouse Mountain in Vancouver.

 

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A lot of motion here, I snapped this just a couple weeks ago...

 

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Edited by Lynn Palmer

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Here are 3 "oldies" from me!

 

 

My pet terrier "Teddy" being chased by a (friendly!) german shepherd.

 

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Tourist transport on the Luenberg Heath, Northern Germany.

 

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A copy of the first  steam Loco. in Germany on special run in 1985.

 

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Edited by David Davies

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Woman spinning rainbow hula hoops at World Pride in Toronto last year

 

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Fireworks ending at Canada Day last year

 

 

 

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People rushing to a train at Antwerpen train station

 

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