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Offline Ertew

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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2940 on: May 24, 2017, 04:08:53 pm »
After trip with friends we share share photos between each other. Days later I got question:
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Friend: Can I photomanipulate You at photos?
Me: Sure, but please share modifies photos with me.
Friend: OK.


And recently I received this photo:


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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2941 on: May 24, 2017, 08:38:19 pm »
After trip with friends we share share photos between each other. Days later I got question:
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Friend: Can I photomanipulate You at photos?
Me: Sure, but please share modifies photos with me.
Friend: OK.


And recently I received this photo:


Barefoot, sunu oer :)

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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2942 on: May 25, 2017, 12:02:10 pm »
Barefoot, sunu oer :)
Irayo. Sadly my family have different opinion about that.
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2943 on: April 17, 2019, 11:29:32 am »
The first is me with my wife and two daughters at our first meal cooked in our new house a year and a half ago.

The second is me working as a railroad train engineer, so people call us train drivers. It was a fun job, but, had to change professions back to a machinist. Being a machinist lets me have a more normal life, for family, than the unpredictable railroad job.
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2944 on: April 17, 2019, 11:49:37 am »
The first is me with my wife and two daughters at our first meal cooked in our new house a year and a half ago.

The second is me working as a railroad train engineer, so people call us train drivers. It was a fun job, but, had to change professions back to a machinist. Being a machinist lets me have a more normal life, for family, than the unpredictable railroad job.
Awesome! :D
Nice family! ;)
Can you tell me, how can i put a real life picture here?
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2945 on: April 17, 2019, 02:05:10 pm »
The first is me with my wife and two daughters at our first meal cooked in our new house a year and a half ago.

The second is me working as a railroad train engineer, so people call us train drivers. It was a fun job, but, had to change professions back to a machinist. Being a machinist lets me have a more normal life, for family, than the unpredictable railroad job.
Awesome! :D
Nice family! ;)
Can you tell me, how can i put a real life picture here?

Irayo!

When you do a reply or orginal post, below the text box, you have "Attachments and other options". You click on that. And, under "Attach:" you click on "Choose File", and it will take you to your files. You find what picture you want to use, you click on it, and hit Attach, and the pic should show up below your text box for your post or reply. It took me a few mins to figure it out, as it had been a while since I was on a forum on a regular basis. I took some screen shots to help you. The first shows you where the "Attachments and other options" link is. The second one shows what you have after you click on the link. The last one shows the picture uploaded, so you can see how it's supposed to look. Afterthat, just type your post or reply, and hit "Post".

Hope this helps you!!
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2946 on: April 17, 2019, 02:14:07 pm »
The first is me with my wife and two daughters at our first meal cooked in our new house a year and a half ago.

The second is me working as a railroad train engineer, so people call us train drivers. It was a fun job, but, had to change professions back to a machinist. Being a machinist lets me have a more normal life, for family, than the unpredictable railroad job.
Awesome! :D
Nice family! ;)
Can you tell me, how can i put a real life picture here?

Irayo!

When you do a reply or orginal post, below the text box, you have "Attachments and other options". You click on that. And, under "Attach:" you click on "Choose File", and it will take you to your files. You find what picture you want to use, you click on it, and hit Attach, and the pic should show up below your text box for your post or reply. It took me a few mins to figure it out, as it had been a while since I was on a forum on a regular basis. I took some screen shots to help you. The first shows you where the "Attachments and other options" link is. The second one shows what you have after you click on the link. The last one shows the picture uploaded, so you can see how it's supposed to look. Afterthat, just type your post or reply, and hit "Post".

Hope this helps you!!
Yep, this will help me! :D
But, If i want to put an old picture...how to do it?
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2947 on: April 17, 2019, 02:20:27 pm »
I assume you are talking about a picture that hasn't been scanned? You could take your phone, and take a picture of your picture, then, you can upload it from your phone.
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2948 on: April 17, 2019, 02:31:39 pm »
I assume you are talking about a picture that hasn't been scanned? You could take your phone, and take a picture of your picture, then, you can upload it from your phone.
Yes! A picture of a picture?!
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2949 on: April 17, 2019, 02:57:47 pm »
That would be the easiest to do, unless you have a scanner to scan the picture, which would be the best.
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2950 on: April 17, 2019, 02:59:53 pm »
That would be the easiest to do, unless you have a scanner to scan the picture, which would be the best.
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2951 on: May 02, 2019, 01:26:07 pm »
Thought I would share a couple pics from this past weekend's trip to Jeep Beach 2019 at Daytona Beach, FL. The first pic is of me (on the right) and a couple of my Jeep bros with our Jeeps at the campground we stayed. The second is a couple of our Jeeps by the defunct Sand Blaster roller coaster on the beach. The coaster was involved in an accident last year, and is slated to be demolished next year. I took tons of pics of it, LOL!
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Re: Real life picture thread
« Reply #2952 on: May 02, 2019, 02:08:36 pm »
Thought I would share a couple pics from this past weekend's trip to Jeep Beach 2019 at Daytona Beach, FL. The first pic is of me (on the right) and a couple of my Jeep bros with our Jeeps at the campground we stayed. The second is a couple of our Jeeps by the defunct Sand Blaster roller coaster on the beach. The coaster was involved in an accident last year, and is slated to be demolished next year. I took tons of pics of it, LOL!
Whou! :D this is awesome and beautiful! Irayo nìtxan ma Rogue Aw! :D
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