May 30 2014 – thisisknit
There's quite a buzz at the counter and online about the WWKiP Scavenger Hunt. A lot of you will be using smartphones to take your pictures, so a few hints on getting them from the phone to Ravelry might be useful.
You'll find the main Ravelry wiki page on uploading pictures at this link
. There's lots of different options, and back in this blog post
you can read the This Is Knit tutorial on posting pictures to a project page from a desktop or laptop and then linking to the images.
If you're using a smartphone, the process is a little different, though just as straightforward. There's very little difference between iPhone and Android devices here. Setting up a project page is the same simple process: clicking on "projects" in "my notebook" gives you the option of starting a new page. All the fields are simple to fill in (yarn, pattern used, hook or needles and so on).
When you've set your project page, go to town taking pictures of your lovely creation! When you're ready to upload your pictures, simply go to the Ravelry project page on the phone, and click on the white "add photos" tab near the top.
On the page that appears, select the "upload from iPhone camera roll" tab. If you're using an Android phone, the tab reads "upload from Android device" (and that's the only difference you'll encounter).
Then click on "choose photos", and you'll be brought straight to your photos folder on your phone.
Pick the images you want to upload and click "done". You'll be brought back to the upload page on Ravelry, where once you select "upload", your picture will appear beside your project notes. Tada!
Adding your picture to a forum thread from there is simple (and this blog post
walks you through it).
Being able to shoot in the field and post straight into the Scavenger Hunt thread makes the whole thing seamless (and round here, "seamless" is one of our favourite words!).
As we move into the Bank Holiday weekend, here's a reminder that we're open as normal on Saturday May 31st and closed on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. But there's plenty of time yet to avail of our 8th Birthday celebration offer