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"Big News! Webshots is now Smile by Webshots"
Follow the instructions on ArchiveTeam Warrior to join in the fun using the warrior tool.
For manual archiving there is a script designed for Debian 6 and higher, but it should work on most distributions that use apt (such as Ubuntu), simply run the following as root:
wget http://cryto.net/projects/webshots/webshots_debian.sh chmod +x webshots_debian.sh ./webshots_debian.sh
in a terminal and enjoy (you may want to create a directory for this script first).
Want to talk about Warrior, or maybe the manual script isn't quite working right? Why not come check us out on IRC
Are you a Webshots user? You can request a zip file of all your photos at http://community.webshots.com/features/downloads
Joepie91 is making a list of users with this script
There are separate sections for Professional Photos and Member Photos.
Pictures are displayed in Flash, with http://p.webshots.com/flash/simpleImageLoader.swf or http://p.webshots.com/flash/fullsizeimageloader/FullSizeImageLoader_v1.swf
Picture pages have urls of the form http://<channel>.webshots.com/photo/<photo id>, with channel one of entertainment, family, home-and-garden, news, outdoors, pets, rides, sports, travel etc. (full list)
On a picture page, e.g.,
the image url is stored in a params tag:
<param name="flashvars" value="src=http://image85.webshots.com/175/0/78/14/2248078140105543869vCJpvs_ph.jpg">
but there is also a normal img tag:
<img width="584" height="389" alt="" title="" src="http://image85.webshots.com/175/0/78/14/2248078140105543869vCJpvs_ph.jpg"/>
The fullsize link from the image page leads to
http://community.webshots.com/photo/fullsize/2248078140105543869vCJpvs (always community),
The url of a fullsize image can be derived from the smaller url: replace _ph with _fs, e.g.,
has a fullsize version at
Photo pages show an "other sizes" link: http://community.webshots.com/inlinePhoto?photoId=2411911460010333512&src=c&referPage=http%3A%2F%2Fgood-times.webshots.com%2Fphoto%2F2411911460010333512RyETli