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Any One Know How To Capture And Upload Picture? Capture pictures and upload.

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#1 liciuslee



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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:13 AM

Does any one know how to capture pictures on my desk, web, or other windows, with photoshop?

And how to upload pictures to web from my pc?

You help will be appreciated!

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 11:24 AM

Photoshop is not needed to caputre the images. You can simply caputure the active screen by pressing
Print Screen(on some keyboards PrtScn) button on your keyboard. Usually you can locate this key in the middle column of your keyboard(where you can see other buttons like Insert, Delete etc..). The image will be copied to your clipboard. Now open Paint and press Ctrl+V. You can see the captured image there. You can save it as bmp or jpg, gif etc... as per your need.

And about your second question, where and why do you want to upload your pictures? Because the answer changes as per your needs.... :) If you just want to upload images to post them on forums go to sites like imageshack.us and press "choose", you will see a dialog box to select the image to upload. Select your image and press Open. Your image will be uploaded to the site and you'll see some links. You can paste those links on forums or on other sites to link your image. If you want to upload your pictures to make an album online....go to sites like "http://photobucket.com" and create a new account. Then you can upload your images to create an online photo album. :)

Edited by xpress, 09 December 2008 - 11:37 AM.

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 12:25 PM

If you wish to only capture a certain window, you can hold alt while pressing Prt Sc, making the image copied to your clipboard just the active window. Paste it into something like Paint, and then save it - Don't save it as a .bmp as bmp extension files are quite large, but instead a jpg or a png - png is better quality but often larger size.

I personally use imageshack to upload screenshots, and then the links given below once uploaded will instruct you on how to paste the image into forums, and web pages.
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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:10 PM

Does any one know how to capture pictures on my desk, web, or other windows, with photoshop?

And how to upload pictures to web from my pc?

You help will be appreciated!


Well not sure of your first question?\

But here is what I can assist you with.

1. If you have images stored on your computer, then simply open up photoshop and open a document. Simply find where ever you have the picture saved and open it. Only do this if you want to make edits before you upload it to the web.

2. You can upload pictures directly to your pc from your camera.

3. you can also scan then to your pc if you have a actual photo.


Once you have the image you want saved on your pc. thenyou have a few hosting options.

you can use sites like Photobucket and Image Shack Flickr <<-- Google them.

They will ask you to simply upload image find the file on your pc and select ok upload and your are done. Most will give you some html code that you can later post into forums or direclty to sites.

Hope this helps if not please give moredetail to what you are needing.
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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:59 PM

if you are viewing image on web page then you have so many option to save in your system i give one of them simply right click on the image. you see so many option as per your desire you choose save image, copy image etc.click and proceed further where you want to save or paste in paint. you got the image on your system, so any where you can move it either on the web or in your system, as per your work, if you want to upload this image on the web use picasa software to upload your image on the web. or any free uplaod site of image just googling you find as per your convenient site. if you want to make change on the image you can use any image editor like paint, photoshop, photo image editor etc.
but keep the image format before saving image it must be in supported format or you can leave the default format. save it and use it.

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 02:38 PM

Two ways you caa capture screenshot this :

1) Use "PrintScrn" button and then open paint and then use paste option form menu, and paste the screensjot over there. Then save the image with "jpg", "gif" and "png" extention.

2) Use Shotgenius software from this page.
OR Screenshot captor from this page
Then use the shortcuts for that software to capture screenshots of desktop/activewindow etc.

Then upload it to Picoodle,Imagefilez sites. Hope this helps. :)
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