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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Hi,

    I am in the process of narrowing the online exposure of my imagery to only a few websites. My professional website is one. A marketing website, ArtsyHome is another.In large part this has been successful. Images have been removed from a number of sites such as Flicker leaving only a few.

    I have tried to remove a number of images from here on Large Format Photography. As directed by others, I went to Misc, then Attachments . . .and deleted all attachments. But there are still images on the pool to draw attachments from . . .nearly 44 of them.

    How may I remove most of these images and leave only the ones I want to stay?
    Drew Bedo
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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Normally, image management is accomplished by the member through the Settings->Miscellaneous->Attachments path, or through My Profile->Albums, depending on how the images were uploaded and referenced within individual posts.

    Moderators do not have "management" access to images uploaded by members.

    Tom Westbrook, our tech guru and system admin, is attempting to help you in the thread you started about this in the Feedback sub-forum. You can respond to Tom in that thread or via the PM (private message) system.

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    OP, don't know. but why the change in your online footprint? Did you have problems?

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    drew

    it seems to be a bug in the vbulletin software and a lot of people
    who post images to vb websites have this same problem ..

    john
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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Why do you want to remove all your images? How do you know where your images are ????

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Drew, there are many archived page contents in the world, so don't be surprised if you run across some things you thought you removed.

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Quote Originally Posted by C_Remington View Post
    Why do you want to remove all your images? How do you know where your images are ????
    I realize that once an imageis posted online, it can have a life of its own. I am simply trying to limite or narrow down the number of places these images may pop-ujp from. I understand that this effort will not be 100% successful. The goal is for most of my images that may be found on line to be sourced from my website or an art marketing website i post to.

    I post images to Flicker at times and revove them later, whis has worked out so far. I would like to have that ability here on LFP. If this cannot be done, I will stop posting images to this website.
    Drew Bedo
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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    Drew, there are many archived page contents in the world, so don't be surprised if you run across some things you thought you removed.
    Understood: Just want to attempt tolimit the number of sources. We should all be able to remove images from LFP. How may this be accomplished?
    Drew Bedo
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    There are only three types of mounting flanges; too big, too small and wrong thread!

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Strategically then you I would think you should only post them on one online site and then only link to that URL on all other sites. Then you only have to actually remove it from the single posted site to remove them from all sites.
    Thanks,
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    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: limiting on-line exposure.

    Thanks Kirk: That sounds good. So I don't have to load a picture to LFP for it to appear in a thread posting?

    Now then, how may I get images removed from this website?
    Drew Bedo
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    There are only three types of mounting flanges; too big, too small and wrong thread!

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