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Visit Google Takeout. It’s a service by Google where you can download "all" your data of any Google service. Choose "Google+ Photos". This should contain all your uploaded images.


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No. You can't "replace" a picture in Facebook. You'll have to delete the wrong one and upload the correct one.


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Paradroid is on the right track. If you look at the feed of new submissions, you'll see a mix of synths and panoramas being uploaded. On that same page, you can filter to only view photosynths or only view panoramas. Ever since photosynth.net was launched in August of 2008, people who were new to Photosynth almost universally always started out by ...


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You have to do it manually....


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Picasa Web Albums has the same Name Tags and Facial Recognition that Picasa Desktop does.


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Go to Account > Privacy Settings Choose "Custom" and then "Customise Settings" Under "Things Others Share", next to "Suggest photos of me to friends", click "Edit Settings" Next to "Suggest photos of me to friends", choose "Disabled"


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You can’t delete that particular album. Even if is empty, the album is still present, being automatically generated by Facebook. To delete a picture from this album, go to the album → open the respective picture → click on Options at the bottom of the picture → click Delete This Photo


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Go to the Groups Facebook App, create a new group, (fill out the info, etc), on the screen after you fill out your group info, you'll see a lot of permissions. One which enables Photos and allows you to control who uploads photos to it. Click the box which says something like "Only allow Admins to edit photos". Finish your group, add your friend as an admin ...


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I use Dropbox which gives you 2Gb free. You can get up to 8Gb free space by introducing friends. They also offer a paid service: 50 Gb $9.99 / month or $99.00 / year 100 Gb $19.99 / month or $199.00 / year You can share folders out and anything put in the dropbox folders gets synced automatically. There are Mobile Apps for iPhone, Android, Blackberry ...


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One way to do this would be to utilize the GoogleCL tool. GoogleCL is a command-line interface (utilizing Python scripts, but the Windows version includes a wrapper so you don't have to manually install and set up Python) to various Google services, including Picasa. (I'm assuming you're on the Windows platform for these commands, but equivalents exist on ...


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Try Picasa Every album in Picasa Web Albums is potentially collaborative. This means you can open up your online albums so other people can contribute photos and videos. Adding contributors Make an album collaborative by adding contributors - individuals or entire Google contact groups - in either Picasa or Picasa Web Albums. ...


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SeeYouThen is made specifically for this. Great a an exchange for collecting photos, your friends are free to join. Most of our couples collect between 700 to over 1000 photos. Here's a unique twist about SeeYouThen it's not only for weddings, so if you like the concept you can do this for every party, reunion, family event, sports team, etc. Let us ...


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For photos please stick to JPEG, it's the best format for those out there. Graphics should be in PNG format. There are many converters available, here are some of the best: ConvertHub Go2Convert Online Image Converter If you have graphics in PNG format you can smush them afterwards which saves a few extra kilobytes.


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You can download public web albums but there are a couple of caveats: Although the album is public the owner of the album has to manually allow downloads of the album. Settings > Privacy & Permissions > Allow any visitor to: > Check "Download my Photos" You can only only download albums using the Desktop application - it can't be done using the web ...


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There is nothing you can do besides making them private. If the browser sees the picture the browser can store the picture. This is true for any picture on the internet with the exception of pictures embedded in some sort of flash application but still with a hi res monitor you can get a very nice quality screen shot. By checking no printing and no ...


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Yes there is. Visit your profile page, click on the Change Cover link at the bottom left of your cover image, then Choose from Photos....


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Whoever tagged you in the photo has their privacy set to only be visable to those who are tagged, NOT the tagged person's friends. It's a "custom" visability setting. They'd have to go in and change it to where the checkbox in the privacy setting area next to "friends of those who are tagged" is checked, not unchecked.


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Actually, Google's PicasaWeb and Google+ are always in sync. So if you have any image in Google+, you'll find it in PicasaWeb. From there you can get the code to embed the image and more. Here is a sample code to embed one of the photos - <table style="width:auto;"> <tr> <td> <a ...


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To finish of the thread: According to Al Everett: In this answer you can find a way to select all photos in Instant Upload. Instead of Deleting them you can add them to an album and afterwards download the entire album.


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Open the album then click "Edit Photos", then click "Edit Info". This will allow you to edit the album name, location, and description.


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Go to album and click on Edit Photos, you can find Edit Info in there. In 'Edit Photos', click on "Untitled Album' and change it to whatever you wish.


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I know two websites that try to match the image you supply with others that are found in the web, then you can visit the results' sites and find more info. TinEye GazoPa Good luck!


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http://min.us/ Just drop your images in , super easy ? Right ? No registration required


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Instagre.at is a great new web app that shows you what’s currently popular on Instagram. Beautiful minimal design and animation blends perfectly with the Instagram theme. http://instagre.at/ To download your photos from Instagreat sign in with Instagram (bottom-left button) click your name to see your own timeline. Right-click > Save Image to ...


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From seeing the swathe of cartoons, bikes, other people, group shots, landscapes and whatever else, it looks like pretty much anything goes. Just so long as you abide by the Facebook Terms of Service and that you have the right to distribute the photo (i.e. you own the photo) you're fine to use whatever photo or image you want. Though even the latter ...


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Pictarine.com Pictarine is a photo website that allows you to manage and share all your photos from Facebook, Flickr, Picasa


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Im guessing you found the answer by now but I will explain anyway by quoting Google's Denise Ho In the weeks and months ahead, we'll also be enhancing and awesome'ing the photos you've already uploaded to Google+ -- it just takes a while to process billions and billions of pictures :-) In the meantime you can either apply Auto Enhance to existing ...


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I'd just ask people to email you the photos. Everyone has email, not everyone uses Flickr or another photo-management system.


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face.com works with photos in Facebook.



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