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Old 09-25-2005, 11:00 AM
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that's how i've posted all of my images--by copy and pasting the <img> tag into my message. as you guys discovered, photobucket's whole intent is to do precisely this---host pictures online, and make it easy for the user to insert the code to use them. however, this leaves james with no archive of pizza oven photos if photobucket ever disappears.

it seems like marcel's is a good idea: leave a link to your album with all of your pictures in it, and save the good ones as an attachment in the photos section or wherever is relevant. i always thought my photos were a bit too many for one thread, but then again, several people said they appreciated the detail.
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Old 09-26-2005, 08:21 AM
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I just posted a photo essay on the "chimney" forum using the [IMG]...[/IMG] format. The only other thing to note is that there is a limit of 4 images per page, even if they are externally hosted.

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Old 09-26-2005, 08:36 AM
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(M) David wrote:

"I just posted a photo essay on the "chimney" forum using the [IMG]...[/IMG] format. The only other thing to note is that there is a limit of 4 images per page, even if they are externally hosted.

David"

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(M) I like this way of sharing the existance of either photos or text which may not fit on a given Forum, or fit on several. In this case his Chimney photos could fit on either this Brick Oven Photos Forum, or on the "Chimney" (& vent?) forum. Presumably not wanting to duplicate images but still wanting to share them, he posted the above notice.

(M) Despite some low light difficulties, his images of Dublin chimneys have caused me to consider a far more ornamental approach to my oven's chimney; but first, .... let's get the dome finished!

Ciao,

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Old 09-30-2005, 05:02 PM
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This is a .gif test. Les was having trouble with a gif, so I am giving it a try. Both .gif and .jpg are accepted up to 100K.

This is a 77KB .gif of our new trailer oven.

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Old 02-06-2006, 11:24 AM
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Hello Forum Members,

Finally, I bought a digital camera, my first, so don't laugh at the attachments. They're deliberately low res, but you can still tell I'm figuring out how the camera actually works. It's a dull, snowy day here, and I should have used the flash. Anyway, you'll see I'm not quite finished with the trim or portico enclosure. I'll post some better pics when I get better at it.

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Old 04-08-2006, 09:47 PM
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Smile Pictures of 3 innovations

I have visited photobucket and uploaded 12 images of my oven under construction. The photos attempt to show 3 innovations that I have made during the construction of my 42" oven. The first is the hearth construction where I have a 4" layer of concrete in rebar on the bottom with 2.5" layer of vermicrete on top of the concrete, then a 57" diameter circle of concrete 2.5" thick on which the oven hearth bricks will sit surrounded by an insulating layer of vermicrete. Time will tell if it works. Another innovation is that of setting the correct angle on each course of bricks without the use of wedges. I found using wedges a very tedious chore so tried just laying down a trowel full of mortar on which to put the bricks. Initially I used the gadget seen in the "measuring angle" photo, but disbanded that idea after a while and just used my eye. The third innovation was to use the 34" ball within the oven as support. So far it has worked very well. After finishing a course I deflate the ball to the right size and lay the next course. The photos can be seen in my next posting. I put up only 4 images because the system couldn't handle 12 of them.
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Old 04-09-2006, 07:25 AM
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Hi, Davy,

(M) I clicked on the URL you provided but when I got to PhotoBucket I was asked for your Password. Could it be that you didn't make PhotoBucket "public"?

(M) Your Photobucket URL, below, is followed by mine. There seems to be an indication that your URL may be a s secure site judging by the s74 which precedes the rest of that address. Note that mine has no s.

http://s74.photobucket.com/albums/i242/abpo/

http://photobucket.com/albums/a318/marceld/

(M) I think that those settings for PhotoBucket may be stored under your "Profile" ??

(M) I look forward to seeing how you used the ball. It seems like a far better solution than the ballons I used. I found a source for a beach ball that offers even a larger ball than 34", but not a full 42".

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Old 04-09-2006, 08:56 AM
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Sorry, it looks like I messed up again. I'll try one more time to get it right with the photobucket images later.
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:08 AM
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Here's another attempt to post some images. Just 4 this time.
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:37 AM
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Default WAY KOOL, Davy !

(M) Wow, Davy, that sure looks like you're havin' a BALL ! I think that's an important innovation but perhaps I should reserve judgement until the last course is laid and hear back from you if there were any unforseen problems.

(M) In your 2nd image it shows the angle iron supported bricks. That's where I had some trouble. My angle was far more off than yours. I'm not sure how to work around that; it seems to be unavoidable because the angle iron is straight and you're trying to navigate a needed curve. Not that it really matters since you'll likely be covering the igloo with Perlcrete &/or a "house". It will get more difficult, even with the ball since the gaps between bricks get larger. Take your time; you have all spring.

(M) Keep up the good work and congratulations. I'm impressed!

Ciao,

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