Post storm photo impressive,no point fighting nature, Educated guess ,a few hours later all was back to normal,no planning meetings,or costing excersise ,that normally cause delay in simplest of tasks in UK. Forgot to add,risk assessment and method statement
Actually Dave, the photo was taken on 23rd September 2015 and everywhere was gradually shutting down, bit by bit. We had already seen several beach umbrellas and beds disappearing along roads to their winter quarters, so I don't believe these would have been put up again - indeed, I think some were already down and the storm sort of stirred them around a bit.
No, Woody - once I'd signed up with photobucket & uploaded a few photos I just followed the instructions on here ...... and voila! The only hassle now will be working out how to get my most recent pics - which are on my phone & ipad - onto photobucket!
Congratulations Kate. I had the same problem at first, as all my photos are on my iPhone, since it is such a good camera I do all my photos with it. With that quality, who wants to carry around a great big two foot long 5 kilo lump which only takes photos and you can't call your granny on it? (unless it's a status thing, showing what a magnificent enormous camera you've got - I've seen them in Skiathos and wondered what they weigh when taken in cabin baggage, never mind the strain on the neck).
I found several solutions. First, I used to simply email the photos to myself from the iPhone and answer/pickup the emails from my desktop. Next I tried Bluetooth filesharing, which again was successful, so I had two methods of using my desktop to upload to Photobucket. Then I discovered AirDrop on the Apple things, which is unbelievably easy once you discover it, to pass files from one device to anoither.
But I eventually learned how to upload direct to Photobucket from my iPhone and/or iPad. Simply, sign into Photobucket on the iPhone/iPad, then tap the upload button in Photobucket and select a photo to upload. I believe it's possible to select more than one to upload, but I haven't really tried that yet (because I didn't have more that I wanted to share at the time).