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Step 1 You have your photos on your computer.
Step 2 Really the next step is to size your pictures, to a size that the internet likes to use, usually direct off your camera the photos are very big and difficult to handle.
So in any Photo editing Software (Paint, Paintshop Pro, Photoshop there are loads of different ones) they need to be sized:
for Landscape I'd recommend 800 pixels wide
for portrait I'd go for 600 pixels wide
Step 3 Now re-save them on your computer, while doing this ensure they are in a format the internet recognises the most popular being JPEG.
Step 4 Now you need to get your photos on to the internet somewhere, to do this you need to host your pictures, there a loads of free packages to do this: Flicker, Photobucket, imageshack and more. I happen to use Photobucket
Upload you pictures onto your hosting site.
Step 5 Once you have your picture on the hosting site it will be given it's own unique address this is know as a URL, Copy this, it will start with and close with [\img]
Completely out of subject, but which cars are those in the photo that you posted ?
1/24 scale ? Or is it the track that is narrow ?
Some bodies makers seem unknown, as Lolas 163, Ferraris 512m, Chevron b19 (if it is not from Fly).
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