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Unless the Camera has that option as a part of the original design, then you will need to upload the images from the camera to a computer to email them.

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How do I E-Mail Photos from my Olympus fe-290 on a dell laptop with winows vista. I do have the USB cord, thanks you


method 1 without photo management software:

To e-mail pictures from your camera with your laptop just hook up the camera to your laptop
and widows should come up with a menu asking you what you want to do with this device.
choose open folder to view files this should make the cameras media show up on the desktop.
You should also be able to see the media on the camera under my computer removable storage.
Or if it shows up here as a camera just right click and choose explore device. With most cameras
thier should be a folder called DCIM your pictures should be in this directory. Some cameras may
have subdirectories like video and thumnails in this directory also.

Once you've found the pictures, open you e-mail client or web mail and create a new e-mail. Open the attachment button. this should bring up a file manager that will allow you to find your pictures and select the ones you want to send. Some e-mail programs will have a white clipboard area beside the attachment button. If the e-mail client your using does, then you can just drag and drop
the pictures here to attach them to your e-mail

If your sending large picture files say 6.0mp and up then don't send more than one to 3 per e-mail
otherwise it can chog up your e-mail client for several minutes to hours.

If you want to send many pictures or video files to friends and family members you might consider
Dropbox. This is an online backup and storage program that will allow to share files online.

Method 2 with photo management:

Photo management software can take alot of the manual process of getting photos from your camera and storing them on your hard drive, fixing lighting, fixing red eye, fixing orientation,
tagging, organizing and other things you may want to do with your photos and automating the
process. Some of these have either the ability to create web albums or email pictures directly
from the photo management software. I personally like Picasa from Google

May 02, 2011 | Olympus FE-310 Digital Camera

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Why can't I email my pictures? I have a camera (Fujifilm finepix J20) and while trying to mail my pictures through their email menu, a box came up simply saying it could not send the email. Any ideas of...


Right-click on a picture file, choose e-mail and you will have a choice of sizes. Pick one and your e-mail will open with the picture attached. Your original will be untouched.

Jun 16, 2010 | Fuji Finepix J20 Digital Camera

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Once photos are downloaded from camera into Olympus software am unable to move them out of it as e-mail attachments or simply save them to "My Pictures" on hard drive.


Why don't you download them to a folder you create on your desktop instead of the software? Then, you can move or use them as you wish.

Mar 07, 2010 | Olympus Stylus 710 Digital Camera

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How do you send your picture to an email address?


That depends on the mail program you're using. Most of them have the capability to attach files to your message. Select that function, and you'll probably get a file browser which will let you select the picture(s) you want to send.

If this isn't enough, you might wish to repost this question in a computer/email area of FixYa and specify the mail program you're using.

Jan 29, 2010 | Kodak Easyshare C182 12MP Digital Camera

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THE PICTURES ARE TOO HIGH IN RESOLUTIONS FOR MY REAL ESTATE BROKER FOR THE E-MAIL


That's a rare complaint; it's more often that the pictures don't have enough resolution.

If the pictures have already been taken and transfered to your computer, you can shrink them using just about any photo editing software. On a Windows machine, for example, both Windows Photo Gallery and Windows Live Photo Gallery have the ability to resize pictures for e-mail.

In the future, if you know you're only going to e-mail the pictures, you might wish to consider setting your camera to shoot smaller pictures. You didn't specify the model of your camera, but most compact cameras have an e-mail setting that takes pictures 640x480 or thereabouts. Smaller pictures also download faster to your computer.

Jan 13, 2010 | Sony Cameras

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Cannot send pictures by e-mail


You need to change the size of the picture in your computer. Just right-click on the picture and choose e-mail. Choose more options and pick a size. Your e-mail will open with the picture attached and your original will not be touched.

Sep 24, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX55K Digital Camera

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I need to learn how to download my pictures from my nikon camera onto my computer and then be able to email them to some of my accounts via my email at yahoo. Everytime I plug my camera in it automatically...


Hi,
Try this..... connect your camera to your computer. When Snapfish comes up just close it but still leave the camera plugged into your computer. On your computer desktop click on start>>>>my computer. Once you click on my computer you should see your camera listed. It may show up as the name of your camera or something like mass storage device. Click on that and a list of your pictures should show up. highlight the ones that you want and right click on your mouse. Go to copy. Go back to your computer and go to the folder you want to save these pictures in. Right click again and hit save. You should be able to go into Yahoo mail and add the pictures you want as an attachment. Best wishes.....hope this helps.

Sep 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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E-mailing pictures


Try repairing the kodak easyshare software under the control panel

Oct 22, 2008 | Kodak EasyShare C613 Digital Camera

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Picture project woes


Setup a client application instead of using the web interface for your Yahoo email and set it as the default mail program on your Mac. I believe the Picture Project software emails to the system's default email program; whatever that is.

I personally recommend Thunderbird.

Jun 14, 2008 | Nikon Coolpix L11 Digital Camera

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Multiple shot


If the Camera is capable of Multishots then the manual will tell you how. Taking pictures of fast moving object depends on what sort of result you require. If you wish to 'stop' the object with a blurred background then with the camera of P setting simply pan [swing] with the object as it moves and press the shutter when in centre- So with lets say a fast car come from right moving to left[the the other way] point far right ans move with the car as it comes to your centre click but keep moving your swing. But there is no substitute for practice and experiment

May 07, 2007 | Olympus SP-500 UZ Digital Camera

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