Change Your Camera Settings: If your only goal with your photos is to post them online, then it's probably easiest to just go into your cameras settings and reduce the size that your camera is shooting pictures at. Keep in mind, if you reduce this setting, your photos won't be good enough quality to print. My suggestion is to learn how to change it quickly and easily, and if you run into a moment out in the field that you plan to frame, you can switch it back to high resolution and take pictures that way too.
So to change photo size, check out your camera's manual and find out how to reduce the size to something more like 1024x768 or 640x480. Here are a few pictures of what that setting screen might look like on your camera:
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OR.... your other option is....
Download the photos to your computer, and resize them there: This is obviously going to be the harder option, but if you're good with the computer you could download the photos into a photo editing program and change their size. For posting online, a good size is 640x480 or 1024x768
Once you have good sized photos, uploading them to PredatorTalk is really easy. Just checkout this thread:
Here is another good thread that talks about the benefit of uploading them here: