I don't understand very many web terms and I am so frustrated. It is a picture I took of a picture to share with my mother. If it's because you were tagged, just go to your photos and then click remove tag. But the point is, your unwanted pics is not seen on your profile photos, only if they go t … o the album of that person who made it. A few weeks ago, Facebook introduced the ability to sync photos taken on your iPhones, iPads, and Android phones to your Facebook account automatically. The first asks you who you want to see posts that you're tagged in. Facebook allows you to easily permanently delete individual photos or entire photo albums.
You must have a to do so. Beside your name, in parenthesis, click on remove tag. Untag yourself from a photo- go to the photo you were tagged in. Than once you find it click on it maybe double click than upload it. A lock icon now appears in the upper-right corner of the main Facebook screen. Click Create Album 4 On the next page, select your photos. Previously, the vision-impaired could only discover the number of people present in a photo, not their identities.
If that is not what you are looking for then there are many picture editing softwares available to buy; such as Macromedia Fireworks which has a wide variety of editing options. In The Corner Of The Picture There's An Arrow Pointing Down. If you want to do the latter, then follow these steps: 10. The next thing you know, you post another photo and Facebook will cheerfully identify your friends in the picture for you based on their algorithm, just in case you've forgotten their names because they're new friends you just met. If you mean take one then if you have a webcam next to the status it has a button that says Upload photo there you can upload a video or picture or use your webcam to take it on the spot.
If you want to put a caption, there should be a small pencil directly below the photo on the left hand side. Afterward, click Download and select a save location for the resulting file. Now, you have to make a decision. Below the photo, it says: In this photo: find your name. If this person has tagged you in a photo, you can always change the privacy settings, and hide it from your timeline. You can require your explicit approval before posts friends tag you in appear on your Timeline, but not before the posts appear elsewhere.
There is no way to do this directly on facebook, you have to right click the image and save it to your computer then upload it onto your account you can do it directly on face book by going to the persons profile. Click on thumbnails for full-size images. He has experience in all realms of tech, from software to hardware and even some game design. Go to the picture that you want to download. You cannot do it on paint since it will make a blank block with the text. The setting affects only your Timeline, not everyone else's. Next time you visit the page the picture should display in the same … place on the screen.
Then, once you get to your profile; look at your picture on the left hand side and if you put your mouse on it, it should say upload a pic. Go to , and click the Upload button. She is to have no contact with them, but has been stalking their guardians and is causing a lot of stress and grief. At this point, posting the image works just like adding a status update. Untagging Yourself From Photos Occasionally someone may tag you in a photo or other post on Facebook that you'd rather not be associated with.
Then where you mouse was on the previous screen top left and corner There will be little tabs, go to profile picture. In other words, they cast a wide net. I started this site as a technical guide for myself and it has grown into what I hope is a useful reference for all. The picture posting process starts by touching the Photo icon in the Facebook app. Right click the picture, select save picture as, choose where you want to save, and click save. The Facebook Help Center provides step-by-step instructions for from within the Facebook app itself.
Here is the instruction If you have new home page go to Edit My profile that should be upper left under your name then click on the Edit My Profile Got down to where it say Profile Picture. Finally figured it out on my own. I've been working in technology for over 20 years in a wide range of tech jobs from Tech Support to Software Testing. Neither Google nor Facebook makes this easy, and unless you have your entire photo collection on your computer, this is not an easy process. Once the net has been cast, Facebook's facial recognition software kicks in, using a proprietary algorithm that's been designed to create a template or number based on all this information.
Tap the image to optionally add a tag. Go to Facebook, click on the Account button in the top right corner, and click on the Account Settings menu option. Your Facebook profile's Photos page displays all your albums along with a separate section displaying all photos featuring your tag. You will need to email the person who posted the photo to ask them to … take it down. Scroll through your News Feed until you find the photo that you want to download, or go to the profile of the person who posted the photo to find it. Dealing With Unwanted Photos If someone posts a photo of you on Facebook and you'd rather it not be there, your first recourse is generally to ask them to take it down.
A box will appear from which you can choose the Album you want to move the picture to. Maybe they're inappropriate, or maybe you simply don't want them posted anymore. Or you can ask that person to delete that photo on the album. Select the picture you want to delete. You can hover over each picture, and select to rotate the picture, or add a caption. You cannot delete a Facebook account, but Facebook lets you deactivate your account. Use the Rotate button to reorient the image, if necessary.