View Full Version : Picasa fail ...

17-09-2011, 6:45pm
Ignore the crappy happy snap, but I had to laugh when this picture was downloaded onto my computer, and Picasa had a quick look at it to identify the people in it.

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i140/Ezookiel/Odds and Ends/Whoisthis001.jpg

It asked me to identify who this person is

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i140/Ezookiel/Odds and Ends/Whoisthis002.jpg

17-09-2011, 6:58pm

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17-09-2011, 11:52pm
I can't stop laughing looking at that "face"

Ms Monny
18-09-2011, 12:02am
OMG! That is hilarious. :lol:

18-09-2011, 8:54am
Can we make up names for your new 'friend'?

18-09-2011, 9:10am
Can we make up names for your new 'friend'?

I know that guy, he is also a friend of my wife. Mr H. And Bagstrap.

Thought he looked familiar.

18-09-2011, 9:38am
Definately a "strapping" young man:th3:

18-09-2011, 11:05am
I think I'm going to buckle under all these puns

18-09-2011, 12:27pm
Ah I believe 'Straps' is the bag man, hangs around with the ladies. Obviously the flash caught him by surprise? :lol:

18-09-2011, 12:44pm
For those that use "iPhoto" on the Mac it does the exact same thing. I've got all my "social photos" (pre-DSLR) stored in it and there sure are some funny "faces" in those pictures!

18-09-2011, 1:33pm
I have something like 26000 photos dating back to 1990 that I've either taken on a digital, or scanned into jpg from the original photographs, and I've only worked my way back to 2004 with the tagging, geotagging, and categorizing them with Picasa. It's a huge job. But it will sure be worth the effort when it comes to putting up a photo of an X for some competition and you know you have a great one somewhere, but forgot that it is in the "Christmas Day 2004" folder. Being able to just search for X and have it come up will make a big difference. Would love to have a Mac or the like, but I'm too broke from buying camera equipment to afford one ;)

18-09-2011, 7:43pm
Now that really IS funny :D