I have a photo that I want to rotate a couple of degrees, but all I have on my computer is Paint which will only do it 90 or 180 degrees. I don't want to download a program because this is my work computer, but I don't want to wait till I get home, as I don't have internet access at the moment. Is there something online similar to Photobucket that will let me upload a photo and then edit it, and that is able to custom rotate images? I've tried googling but can't find anything. Any help greatly appreciated!
iPhone App: I want to upload EVERY photo I take, to Flickr, immediately after being taken. This means that I want the app to upload in the background, REGARDLESS of what I'm doing. I may hit the home button and go on to another app, or I may just throw the phone in my pocket. I want the new spiffy multitasking to work as promised and upload my photos. I want to use this as my main camera app. I use a 3GS, so multitasking does work fine. [more inside]
Are there any alternatives to PolyVision's Whiteboard Photo software? Perhaps something that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? [more inside]
I've been trying to re-discover two websites that I've found before but have now utterly lost. One was a photo gallery of people in drug-induced altered states, and the other was a repository of name pronunciations curated by librarians. [more inside]
what are good work safe photo blogs that work well on ancient browsers (so light on the ajax/flash/2.0 sort of stuff)? [more inside]
There was a quiz site, very similar to All Look Same, where one had to guess which European country someone was from by their photograph. Any idea what this was?
Where can I get a passport photo taken in Baltimore that fits the requirements for an Australian passport? [more inside]
How do I configure my WordPress gallery to look more like flickr, and less like a lightbox? [more inside]
What are your favorite (preferably free) lightroom presets? [more inside]
What shirt should a bigger guy wear for a casual engagement photo shoot? [more inside]
Help! Is it possible to increase the DPI of an image so that it can be printed? Currently, to be "print-acceptable" the image I love would need to be about .5x.75" but I need for it to print about 2x3. [more inside]
My company has posted my photo along with those of other employees on its website. I'm not comfortable with having my picture online, in any context, and would like to ask that it be removed. I'll ask politely, but if my boss insists that it stays, I'd like to know what my rights are. I wasn't asked for permission. I'm in BC, so I guess I'm wondering particularly about BC laws and/or precedents. Please advise, so I know where I stand!
Astronomers: how to best determine the exact time to take a photograph of the full moon where the moon is situated between two earthly objects? [more inside]
Sending images to the web via MMS (not email)? [more inside]
Digital photo frame that has a feature of 'touch to mark/save this photo'? [more inside]
Is it legal for me to post photos of people on our corporate Facebook fan page that were taken during an event of ours? [more inside]
Should I talk to a graphic artist about restoring an old campaign poster, or a different kind of artist? [more inside]
Do you have the book, "The Other End of the Leash (Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs)" by Patricia McConnell? Can you look in or on your book and see if there is a photo credit for the cover photograph? [more inside]
I bought this photo at a yard sale today. The woman who sold it to me had no idea who the people in it are. She said she'd had the photo since 1960. It's clearly a lot older than that. What, if anything, can you tell me about it?
Where can I buy very large, ink-jet printable, iron-on sheets? [more inside]
Help me back up my 25,000 photos in a safe, reliable, convenient way. [more inside]
The thing about the digital photography era is I no longer have hard copies of every single picture I take. This worries me. I'd like physical backups of the best of the billion or so pictures I've taken in the last five years. Is there a great and economical way to print several thousand DIFFERENT digital photos? Some online service? Some wonderful workflow? [more inside]
Can I legally reprint an ad from 1930, or an ad from 1990 for that matter, in a pamphlet that I will profit from? If not, how can I get rights to do so? [more inside]
I'm looking for software to create a themed photo slideshow from existing pictures. For example, I want a bunch of pics from a conference to have a "Wild West" theme (or "spy" or "beach", etc.) - frames/background and (ideally) background music. Prefer under $100, but I want to know regardless of price point. Anything out there?
Can you help me find a small, square format digital display that can play video or animated gifs? I found a bunch of digital photo keyframes that would be perfect but they don't seem to display animated gifs or videos. Any ideas? [more inside]
I need an awesome photo of either Paris or Buenos Aires that I can give as a gift. [more inside]
I would like to add video to a scrapbook/photoalbum. What device could best do this, cheaply? I have a Sansa Fuze mp3 player, which is small and can play video, but when turning it on, a reader would have to know how/where to navigate menus to find the videos. Is there anything small, battery powered, and cheap, that when activated, either automatically starts playing the video, or simply presents the reader with a list of videos to choose from? [more inside]
Picasa/Jpeg Questions: How can I export metadata from my massive photo collection? Also, is there any reasonable way to get the face recognition information into the pictures themselves? [more inside]
In search of a printer with fantastic photo-printing capability... for not so much money... [more inside]
So I'm looking for a place to take cool photos in DC this week, and I don't want any more photos of the national phallus. [more inside]
Stock Photo for beginners 2010 (re do) [more inside]
What is the best website for photo sharing that isn't Flickr? Alternatively, convince me that Flickr is great. [more inside]
I'm planning to digitize my family photos foregoing the scanner route and opting for the snap with a digicam route. I've done some tests and am satisfied with the quality, but before I start the assembly line I'm looking for photography tips to make this work nicely as I know little about photograpy. [more inside]
I lost a photo and now I am wracked with guilt. How do I get over it? [more inside]
Do newspapers/magazines specify 12x10 inch photo submissions ? [more inside]
I need to buy a sub-$350ish point-and-shoot camera in the next week. Any recommendations? I've had a few Canon Digital ELPHs in the past and have been pretty satisfied with them but I know there are other brands out there. [more inside]
how can I insert multiple photos into a Wordpress blog post? Right now it takes 5-6 clicks per photo, and it's driving me nuts. Note that I do not need a gallery, but rather I need to be able to select multiple images that would be inserted into the blog post one after another, so I could add text to each of them later. Thank you so much!!!!
I've been using Canon PowerShot models for years. My current one is the G10. I think with my experience in amateur photography, I can finally move on to something more advanced. Do you have any suggestions for an entry-level DSLR camera? [more inside]
What should we do with over 10,000 pictures of food? [more inside]
I want to set up a little "one picture a day" blog, using something like Tumblr, except I want the time of the post to be taken directly from the "Date Picture Taken" EXIF data. Is there a CMS (or even better, a Tumblr hack) that will allow me to do this? [more inside]
Help me take pretty pictures of food. [more inside]
PhotoRecognitionFilter: I'm looking for inexpensive (or ideally open source) image matching software that is relatively easy to build a website around (with some decent coding knowledge). [more inside]
I have an hour long video (at .avi format) that I want to sample at 5 second intervals. Is there a software with such functionality that can automatically export a picture of the video at certain time intervals?
Does anyone know where the Jörg Koopman photo on the cover of Fauna Flash's Confusion album was taken? [more inside]
looking for some html code for a decent presentation for photos-- specifically the kind where you mouse-over a thumbnail and it displays that one large, so you can look at all of them simply by mousing over each one. [more inside]
There was a photo in the "New Moon" ski catalog (about 10 years ago) of a xc skier, skiing down to a hut in what looked like the Alps, with a large acoustic bass strapped to his back. If someone knew a source for the photo, it'd mean a lot. (I love the photo in that it combines music, skiing, community...)
Crowd-sourcing photo info: Where was this photo taken? [more inside]
Where can I get hold of a high-resolution (300dpi or better), print-quality digital copy of a radiograph (ie., x-ray photo) of a complete cat's body? I'm looking for something like this one at Getty Images, although preferably one taken from the side, like this or this. I have found several decent detail photos via Flickr and Google Images, but what I'm looking for needs to be a complete image. Getty and other stock photo providers are hideously expensive, and this is for a personal pet project of sorts (no pun intended), and not something I am able to spend hundreds of dollars on.
How do I wirelessly sync hundreds of photos from my iPhone? Without hundreds of clicks. [more inside]
You have digital pictures that are cropped to various rectangular dimensions, but you want to print each of them on 4"x6" paper without losing any of the image. Of course any that are not a 4x6-ratio image - that's most of them - will need to have some white letterboxing. Can any of the standard consumer on-line photo printing services do this automatically, as a batch request? Just print whatever I upload, but fit each one entirely on 4"x6" paper? Shutterfly and Snapfish customer service (for example) said I'd have to go in and adjust the cropping for each picture individually.