If using windows any version it is very very easy to do.
Right click on the picture and scroll down to send to then choose mail recipient...
This should open your default email application. and just fill out the to address and send.
If that doesn't work it will depend on what your default email application is.
For Outlook you would just open New Email : and you have 2 options..Insert Picture or attach file..both of which will open a search box looking for where the picture (file is stored).
Google mail is a tad different but also same choices compose new email insert file or insert photo. Both of which you must direct to where the (picture, file is located)).
Or you can just drag and drop the photo into the body of your email and send.
Almost every email app has the same options...Insert Photo (image) or attach file.
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If you can tell me the make and model I can get a more precise answer for you - but, if you check your camera - see if it's set to a really high resolution image - basically; you can set a lot of digital cameras up to take a 4-7mb JPEG photo - small, easily transferable - but not the greatest resolution - you could maybe get say - 5mb x 15 pics =75mb full - whereas if your camera is set to take a HIGH resolution photo - NEF/RAW, etc. - those images can range from 25 - 50mb each - google limit for email attachments is 25mb I believe - you couldn't even send one picture with an email. If you took one pic and it jammed up say 40mb - well, the camera may have another 30mb of space - but based on the conditions and settings - not enough space for another 40mb picture - sending you the message. All the best and good luck -
After downloading the photos to your computer then click on Date created at the top of the your picture folder. The photos will the sort by the date the photos were taken starting from the earliest date. If you click on Date created again it will sort by the latest date the photos were taken.
Take no more pics until you've recovered your photos, take the card out of the camera. This is to reduce the chance of you overwriting some of your "lost" photos. There are many good freeware photo recovery software options that may help you recover your photos. This article reviews and outlines several of the better ones:
if you do not have a scanner at hand just use a digital camera or your phone camera.
- Take a picture of your picture with your digital camera (try not to use flash or have light pointing directly into the picture to avoid reflections).
- Copy it into your computer (use the cable provided with your camera).
- In your facebook account go to your home page and click on the Photo icon on top. It's right next to "Share:"
If you took the picture with your phone look in the sending options for email and send it to your email. After you have it on your computer upload it to facebook as described above
Unfortunately the T2i does not have Wi-Fi built into the camera, so you'll need to connect the camera to your computer or remove the SD card from the camera and insert it into your computer's SD slot/reader (if equipped in your computer). From there, you can manipulate the photos on your computer and e-mail them as you like. Tip: If the photos are too large (exceed the maximum MB limit) to email, you'll need to shrink/compress them. This can be done a variety of ways depending on your operating system.
This sounds like the same problem I had. I could not find a solution without losing the photos that I had already taken. Try reseting the camera. In the menu clear all the photos out of memory. If the picture counter doesn't reset you may need to physically kill power to the camera (by pulling out the batteries) this will delete any photos in memory and reset the photo counter. Once you are sure that the memory is empty. Try taking some test photos and reconecting to the computer to see if the software sees the new photos. You may want to delete and reload the camera drivers before you connecting the camera.
I had a Camedia 560 and it had this problem. Take a picture and then look at your memory card or camera from the computer. I think you will see that there is a complicated structure of folders - the pictures are in one folder and there is some kind of index file in another folder. The camera cannot display pictures restored from the computer unless you restore the index files as well as the picture files. Sorry I can't remember the details, but one way to do it would be to copy every last thing on the memory card. Not very convenient.
This is a design flaw - my new camera doesn't have the problem and will display any picture I copy to it provided it was taken on the camera and not rotated or cropped. It doesn't mind other editing like putting a caption in the photo with a paint program. Panasonic Limix.