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2010-07-06 15:43:35
I wasn't trying to say that you made that up about it being posted before, Connie. If it appeared that way, then I apologize to you. I just was thinking that even though someone else had posted this before, at least Jujuba did the right thing and asked permission to post this beautiful photo. I still think that this is the most important matter in posting photos here... :)
2010-07-06 15:05:29
PG - Like you, I couldn't understand why this photo got -1 (see above). I thought perhaps it might be a re-post, so I searched. As I indicated before, it showed up under "Poppy Field" posted by Landscapist...I didn't make this up. I think that's why it originally such a low vote for such a beautiful photo.
2010-07-06 15:03:42
:-)
2010-07-06 13:08:45
You´re welcome :-)
2010-07-06 12:38:07
Many thanks for the link to the other post, Jujuba. That was very kind of the photographer to give you permission and to have that kind of attitude towards you posting his/her photo. And yes, sometimes accidental posts will happen. I've done that a few times myself....
2010-07-06 12:26:12
It has been posted before yeah PG: But accidental reposts are inevitable... Anyways, this photographer was extra nice, he/she knew that there were other photos of her/him already uploaded here, so he/she didnt mind at all :-)
2010-07-06 12:03:12
Jujuba, I'm not sure if this photo has been posted before or what. Connie says that it has, but regardless of whether it has been posted before or not, the fact remains that you ASKED the photographer first if this can be posted here and to me, that is the most important thing.....
2010-07-06 05:31:13
Yeah, same here :-| But does anything make sense here? ;-) :P I wonder how many times does it take for us to tag photos with a certain word so it goes to the cloud...cause I believe it´s an automatic system, since I´ve noticed the tag 'poppy: do not delete' there. (they´d probably have removed it otherwise).
2010-07-06 05:12:50
Thank you sweet pea ;-) I wish that Pixdaus would have their Tag Clouds and Categories in alphabetical order - seems common sense to me.
2010-07-06 03:29:45
@ Connie: (tags cloud)
2010-07-06 03:14:37
@ Landscapist: I´m sorry if it came through that I was criticizing you or something. Yes, I know that photographers bring different nicknames or abbreviations in different websites. And that is exactly why some photos wont show in the search (in case we look for a different name). Tineye also has its flaws, it didnt return any results when I looked for this one. I apologize for having reposted the photo.
2010-07-06 02:50:38
I agree that photographers using more than one name; and it happens often. I also agree that one can only use words that are found under Pixdaus' Categories. I did not know that Pixdaus had a Tags cloud. Where can I find that?
2010-07-06 02:45:58
I meant to write "I did a search under that name and it did NOT come up".
2010-07-06 02:45:03
I did go to your uploads as you suggested I try one of yours. Of the 39 photos you posted, two photographers' names were shown under the caption, and one name was shown under the tag - kate obrien. I did a search under that name and it did come up.
2010-07-05 22:29:30
I have entered the photographer's name (a_ts) in exactly the same way as I found it on the site where I took the photo from, and my tags were entered by using commas. Many photographers post their photos on more than one site and often use different names in doing so. The Pixdaus search bar does not react to tags unless the word(s) you are looking for are listed in Categories and/or in Tags cloud.
2010-07-05 16:17:28
All that means is that LandScapist didn't enter the tags correctly by using commas. You can enter an almost endless number of tags in the tag category, but each search string must be separated from all others by commas (when you enter it as the commas won't show in the end result). Pixdaus is very lacking in giving instructions, but this is one place where they do, however, they don't explain them even here. The one word categories suggested by Pixdaus, are just that, suggestions. If a searchable string exists, you can do a search for it. Instead of trying this with a photo uploaded by LandScapist, try it with one of mine!
2010-07-05 14:57:57
I just did a search under the photographer's name LandScapist used 'a_ts'; the photo didn't show up. My understanding is that the only words under tags that will show up are the ones under Pixdaus' Categories. So, a photographer's name needs to be put under the caption.
2010-07-05 11:17:40
My understanding was that the only words that come up under the tag are the ones listing under Pixdaus' Categories.
2010-07-05 11:09:19
Yes Connie, Tineye is an add-on for Firefox, you simply need to download it and start making good use of it :-) Ardycejean: yeah, you might be right - but it will be useless if the uploader abbreaviates the name of the photographer...
2010-07-05 10:51:51
Hi Connie, Hope this helps with your questions about tineye....
2010-07-05 10:09:39
Putting the photographer's name under the tag will work very well in a search if that name is separated from other tag words by comma's. Those commas will not show in the printout. Any word in the tag can be searchable, on it's own, if it is separated by commas when typed in.
2010-07-05 09:43:52
Landscapist, like others, put the photographer's name under the tag; that does not show up under a search. The name needs to go under the caption. I did the search under 'Poppy Field'. I've never used tineye. Is it a program or...?
2010-07-05 07:45:36
Landscapist did not tag his photo properly - he/she abbreviated the photographer´s name and that´s why I didn't find it... Also, tineye didnt come up with any results.
2010-07-04 15:42:44
I've seen bits and pieces of White Christmas. I wrote to an actor that was in Titanic. He was the one that played Officer Murdoch, the guy that was on the watch when the ship hit the iceberg. His name is Ewan Stewart. He wrote me back, which I was very pleased about. That is very sad about the woman that was the aunt of the guy you once dated. James Cameron did a very realistic job of the factual parts of the disaster, especially the sinking of the ship, so maybe it's a good thing that you didn't see the movie. It was very moving, to say the least... :(
2010-07-04 15:34:29
You've never seen the movie The Sound of Music?!&! It's a classic, starring Julie Andrews. It's like saying you've never seen the movie White Christmas. I've never seen Titanic. A guy I dated in the 1960s, had an aunt who died on the Titanic; she was only 16 years old. I remember how members of his family were still heartbroken after all those years. I figured I would find the movie too sad.
2010-07-04 15:24:08
I've never seen that movie. Mind you, I've seen Titanic around 37 times. I don't think I could ever watch that right through ever again. The Jack and Rose saga is just too much now. I prefer to watch the scenes that really happnened that night....
2010-07-04 15:18:07
I wondered about that too; so I did a search; it was originally posted by LandScapist. It's a very beautiful photo of a poppy field. It makes me want to run down the hill singing "the hills are alive with the Sound of Music...". I saw that movie three times.
2010-07-04 12:18:43
I'm so sorry that this has -1 against it, Jujuba. It doesn't deserve it. It's a beautiful photo...
2010-07-04 12:15:56
Copied from: My heartfelt thanks to the photographer :-)