Using Photobucket on IPad. December 2014
First take your photo, if you are taking the pic with an IPhone it is possible to Synch so that it magically appears on your IPad " it's a mystery, nobody understands The Cloud!"
I take most of my pics with a digital camera then get them on to my IPad ( mini ) using a card reader plugged into the lightning connection. Genuine IPad card readers are £25 or so but I got a copy one on line for about £6 and it works fine.
So now you have your photos on your IPad.
If you want to improve the pics by turning, zooming or enhancing colours etc do this now.
Then you need to load them on to a Photobucket account, I use the Photobucket App. This works smoother than when I used to log into Photobucket via a search engine but if you want to go that way I hear that Safari ( which I use) works whereas Google Chrome won't work with IPad ( if you know a dodge do tell us)
Hopefully the following pics show how I get the photo into a Photobucket Album, then obtain the image code and copy and paste that code into my draft report ( I draft it on IPad notepad)
Once I've done the draft I copy and paste the whole report into Sunny Rhyl in one go.
I'm no IT geek so if anyone has some additional tips do please add them eg about making your album secure
Choose your Photobucket Album ( you may only have 1 album) by putting your finger on the drawing of a book and then the upward arrow symbol for where you want to upload FROM. Here I choose photo library ( this is the photo library on your IPad then which album in my IPads photo library
Put your finger on the pic(s) you want to go in your Photobucket album
As the image uploads to Photobucket the blue line gets longer until it's done, if you select more pics they queue up to load in turn so it helps if you know what order you want them in your report
Then put your finger on the code of the pic you want, it's the image code which begins [IMG. The drawing of a chain link gets you to the codes. If you go for the thumbnail code you will get a very small pic - sometimes useful but for reports choose the [IMG one
Paste it into your draft report