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ghosthunters

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Finally got some cams out. The pictures are from FS7 and an FS3. The night picture had a remote baby slave paired with it to get that flash. The FS3 is set up at an old scrape from last year and the FS7 is set up at a well used trail through the bush. These mule deer will do some growing yet. Daryl

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That is one beautiful area you got there even if there weren't deer there!  Nice bucks, good luck this year.
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Nice pics Daryl
I've been getting some nice velvet pics lately too but not sure how to post since photobucket went down ?
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Nice round of pics Daryl!!
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Nice pics Daryl
I've been getting some nice velvet pics lately too but not sure how to post since photobucket went down ?


What I do is save them to my computer from the camera card. Copy the files I want to post up here into a separate file named DIY or whatever. Right click on the individual pictures to shrink ithem down so they upload easier. I use paint to shrink the file down. Go to the site and upload the pictures from this newly named file. And that's it. I have never used photobucket. Perhaps there is a reason so many of you used photobucket and don't do it the way I do it. Hopefully others chimed in here as well as yourself as I am curious. I may also learn something here. 😊
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I use PhotoScape to compress the photos and make any necessary adjustments to exposure or color rendition, put them in a separate file and then upload them to the post like ghosthunters does. Never used Photobucket either.
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I do it like Ghosthunters.  I actually have an old laptop dedicated to just camera pics when I download to it I keep teh ones like and if I want to post here I just stick it on a USB drive and bring it over.  The old laptop never sees the interweb so I don't need to worry about latest greatest version of Microsoft. 
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