Shadowy Daisy

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Voted and Favourited. From reading the 3rd comment. This is a 500px notation/abbreviation, not a photography term. Nice pics, BTW.


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From their relevant Support page: width 880px for photos in landscape orientation, height 900px for images in portrait orientation. Even when you submit your images in that size, they will still get resized for display in thumbnails, and on iOS devices. Oh, and your carefully prepared originals in correct size are still recompressed into smaller files. The ...


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Photos are displayed at 2048px on their longest edge. Have a read on 500px support page for more details.


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V+F or V/F or V&F is just "Voted Favorited" which means, of course, that your picture was voted and favorited by the user :) Cheers"


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in manage page, there is a menu in the left side of the webpage. You can see 3 items: All Photos Public MarketPlace When you are in All Photos, you can see the private uploaded photos which are in your library. For moving these photos to your profile or Public, you can simply select them, then drag and drop at Public link at your left side menu.


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I will provide all who visit this page with a working answer, having in mind that this is now 2015: Of course you can have you images uploaded to a Google+ album and still have you originals on your computer. Supposing you have uploaded the images with Picasa 3 and you still have the connection in Picasa with both the local and online album. What you need ...


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Ok. I am not sure what you are asking, but I can try to guess. If a photo is already uploaded, it is rather difficult to modify, as that copy is no longer on your computer. I suggest downloading the photo, applying the watermark in photoshop/gimp (A free, open source version of photoshop), and re-uploading. I am not sure if this will preserve the metadata ...


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Facebook is sort of a pain to work with for images, IME. The most reliable way to throw them clues seems to be the use of their open-graph meta tags. This post on wordpress.stackexchange.com is a pretty good place to start. I'm not positive I'm looking at the right 500px portfolio for you (the link in your profile is broken, I believe), but I'm not seeing ...



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