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Eurofurence Community => General Discussion => Topic started by: Oddball on 02.09.2009, 00:26:58

Title: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Oddball on 02.09.2009, 00:26:58
I was asked to upload this photo to furcon but I do not know where that is or who these fursuiters were. I know. I know I should have asked for more details and made a note of their names. Anyone know them and know where they mean? Hopefully they will see this message and grab the image from this thread.

(http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/3084/img2264v.th.jpg) (http://img297.imageshack.us/i/img2264v.jpg/)
Title: Re: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Whitefang on 02.09.2009, 00:58:21
It's right here:
http://media.furcon.de/Eurofurence/ef15/tn
:)
Title: Re: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Oddball on 02.09.2009, 01:15:18
Ta! But I have no idea how to add photos to that site even after registering (The registration is the only part that has an English option)
Title: Re: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Tsanawo on 02.09.2009, 02:25:55
I know the guy on the left is Helios Inferno's brother and that he's from the Netherlands, I just can't recall his name at the moment. Will check tomorrow.
Title: Re: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Schakaline on 02.09.2009, 02:45:52
Ta! But I have no idea how to add photos to that site even after registering (The registration is the only part that has an English option)


ftp://furhome.net/upload/EF15/

It's a bit counter-intuitive.  ::)
Title: Re: Asked to upload photo to furcon?
Post by: Bigwig on 03.09.2009, 02:14:29
Whispers - that was Galdor and me as Shadowhunter... staying there until it got dark...

Hugs - many MANY thanks for posting it here - please send them to bigwig@tigress.com
in case you lack enthusiasm or simply fail to upload them to furcon for whatever reason
(can be a bit tricky to select passive ftp, try by browser). The higher resolution the bet-
ter, best not heavily postprocessed yet - however better don't exceed 12 Mbyte attach-
ments per single email to prevent it bouncing back).