Report: #10479

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  • Submitted: Thu, January 03, 2002
  • Updated: Thu, February 21, 2002
  • Reported By: Jamestown NY


Photopoint - We thought that this would be an inexpensive way to upload our pictures to our website but now were sunk!

*Consumer Suggestion: What might work

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We are in the first year of our new business venture and used Photopoint to link pictures to our web site. Now we don't know what to do. Our web site looks like crap and we can't show what we are tring to sell. Anybody have any ideas? I have most of my pictures saved. Luckily!!!

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

What might work

AUTHOR: Jim - ()

When you say that you have the pictures, do you mean in hard copy (what I put in photo albums, e.g., Kodak paper) or soft copy (a computer file, e.g., a JPG)?

If soft copy, you should be able to upload them to your web site provider; as for the administrator of the service provider.

If hard copy, you can either scan them in yourself (with an inexpensive [less than $200] color scanner) or take a picture (with a digital camera; I've seen them for around $300) of the picture or the actual item.

Hope this helps.
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