25 Easy To Use Photo Sharing Websites Online

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Title-webdesign-photo-sharing-sitePeople are always looking for new ways to upload, organize, and share their photos online. With the popularity of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, people want to be able to manage their photos in one centralized location, while being able to update family and friends who use these social networks on their latest photos.

You will find a great list of photo sharing sites all with similar features, however each are unique in their own way. Explore the different options to see what fits your photo sharing needs.

Learn more: Check out this list of 28 Photo Editing Sites if you want to learn how to get the most out of your photos.

1. 23 Photo Sharing

With 23, you can keep all of your photos in one central place. Organize, share and even order real prints from your account. With great features like bulk uploading, email photos in batch, and customized album colors, allows you to manage your photo collection. Browse the community albums to see what people have recently uploaded, make a comment on photos you like, and even post photos to your Facebook account.

23 will allow you to upload up to 25 photos a month for free. For $25/month you can upload unlimited photos to your account. Sign up for a free account.

23-photo-sharing-site

2. Flickr

One of the most popular photo sharing sites, Flickr, allows you to upload, edit, organize, and share your photos. Organizing your photos has never been easier with the “collections”, “sets”, and “tags” features. If you want to only share photos with certain people, Flickr has privacy features that allow you to pick who can see which photos, along with a usage license for copyright protection.

Make uploading photos easier with the Flickr desktop application. This app is a stand alone desktop tool that lets you connect to your Flickr account and easily upload photos directly from your desktop.

flickr-photo-sharing-site

3. Photobucket

Photobucket will allow you to upload all of your photos and videos to your account to share with everyone. Family and friends can view your photos without having to sign up for an account. You can share photos by email, IM and mobile links. It also comes with a built in organizer, editor, and searching tool to help you find your photos quickly.

With the scrapbook builder, you can build online and printed scrapbooks by a simple drag and drop feature. You can also create slideshows with their slideshow builder, and post it on your website, blog or profile.

photobucket-photo-sharing-site

4. Webshots

Along with being able to upload, organize and share your photo collection, you can buy professional prints, screensavers, and wallpapers. They also have a full ecommerce site that lets you buy calendars, cards, mugs, office gifts…all customized using your photos.

If you are looking to do more than just have a place to upload your photos, this is a great option. With the e-store and the ability to order prints you can do a lot more with your pictures than most other photo sharing sites. There are two different accounts, free and premium. See an account comparison to see which account type is right for you.

webshots-photo-sharing-site

5. Picasa

Google acquired the photo sharing site, Picasa in 2004. Since then, Google has improved the service by offering excellent usability, updated uploading, sharing, and editing features to touch up your photos.

Similar to Flickr, Picasa also has a desktop feature that will allow you to connect to your account and organize your photos on your hard drive. You can easily pick which photos on your computer that you would like to add to your web-based account.

picasa-photo-sharing-site

6. SmugMug

Upload unlimited photos without the worries of spam or advertisements within your account. Customize your account by changing the colors, layout, fonts and graphics. Purchase professional prints and gifts like photo books, posters, framed prints, and holiday cards…all at great prices. If you are worried about your photos getting deleted, SmugMug has that solved. SmugMug uses Amazon.com to safely backup your photos with their network of datacenters. If you would like to retrieve your photos you can do so by downloading them or put them on a DVD.

You can try SmugMug for free, however their are 3 different price points for premium accounts. Premium accounts start from $39.95.

smugmug-photo-sharing-site

7. Zoom

Create a free account and have no limits on uploading, storing and archiving photos. The free account does however come with advertisements, but can be removed by purchasing a premium account. There is a social community aspect that allows you to see who “Faved” and commented on your photos with a featured called “Social Stream”.

zoomr-photo-sharing-site

8. eSnips

Get up to 5GB of free space on eSnips so you can upload and share not only photos, but files, videos and music. If you like to share things other than just photos, this is probably a site you should sign-up for. eSnips can act like a mobile hard drive that can be accessed from any computer. You can also connect with the community and people who share similar interests as you. There is now a new feature that will allow you to upload and publish your photos to eSnips via Twitter.

Sign-up for an eSnips account

esnips-photo-sharing-site

9. Photie

Photie is a free photo sharing site that allows you to upload photos with no file size restrictions and unlimited storage. Easily post your photos to your own website, social network profile, and photie community. You can also keep track of where people are looking at your photos across the web. Access your photos from anywhere, share your photos publicly with your family and friends, and back up your photos by gaining unlimited storage space.

photie-photo-sharing-site

10. Shutterfly

Upload and share your photos with your friends right from your email. Members of Shutterfly will be able to get printed photos delivered directly to your home. Shutterfly comes with uploading options for PC, Mac, and Mobile users. You can also mail in a CD of photos, use software like Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 or Picasa desktop software to send directly to your Shutterfly account.

Shutterfly also comes with a photo store that allows you to turn your pictures into a wonderful product. Create customized photo books, cards, stationery, calendars, and gifts.

shutterfly-photo-sharing-site

11. Fotki

Fotki is known as a photo sharing, photo printing, photo selling and blogging site. What makes Fotki unique is the social community aspect. Interact with other Fotki users to comment, share and make friends in a fun community environment. Fotki also holds weekly contests where you can showcase your latest photos and gain recognition within the community.

fotki-photo-sharing-site

12. PBase

A great place to host and share photos with your friends and family. Pbase allows you to create a profile, upload your photos and share with other base members.

You can get a yearly membership for only $23, which includes 500 MB of photo storage or for $60 you can get 1500 MB of storage. If you want to try before you by, they offer a free account that allows you to see the features before you commit to a premium membership.

pbase-photo-sharing-site

13. Blue Melon

Get up to 1GB of free photo storage with a Blue Melon account. Install their desktop application and upload existing photos from Flickr, Picasa, SmugMug or Facebook. With an easy drag and drop system you can move photos into albums, then organize each album into categories. You can personalize your albums with customized themes and layouts, as well as create slideshows and embed your slideshow into your website or blog. Once your photos are uploaded, feel free to print them using various sizes and layouts.

bluemelon-photo-sharing-site

14. Shozam

Shozam allows you to create a website for your photos, making it easy for users to navigate your photo album. Packages start at $24.95, which include creating a website in just minutes, upload your photos to any website, and the ability to make money from your photo galleries.

shozam-photo-sharing-site

15. Pikeo

Store, organize, and share 1GB of free photos with your friends and family. Pikeo has built a community around people who love to travel and take pictures from around the world. You can create your own group and publish photos, allowing other fans to comment and connect with you. Invite friends to your group to join in the fun!

pikeo-photo-sharing-site

16. LifeSnapz

Have you ever wanted an easy way to keep in touch with family and friends? Well now you can with LifeSnapz. Capture life events with photo sharing, videos, timelines, and maps and share them with your family. Create a digital scrapbook or diary with your family of memorable events that happen. Keep your photos and videos private by only sharing your content with people you know.

lifesnapz-photo-sharing-site

17. ComBoost

Share your photos, visit photo albums, and create slideshows for your blog or website. ComBoost comes with neat features like full screen slideshows, PDF printing and the ability to download photos in 5 different formats. If you are looking to create a slideshow of your photos, you can customize it with colors, titles, and comments. Visit a public gallery to see other peoples photos, or receive an invitation from one of your friends.

comboost-photo-sharing-site

18. Jalbum

Jalbum has published over 28 million photos and over 5.5 million app downloads. In order to create an account you must create your own personal url on the jalbum.net website…and best of all, it’s free. Once you have uploaded your photos you can customized the look of your albums with skins and themes. There have social widgets you can use to paste into your blog or website.

jalbum-photo-sharing-site

19. Ipernity

Feel free to publish your photos, video, and audio to anything like your blog or website. There is also a powerful feature that can let you search through all of your content to find what you are looking for.

Search through the different groups to find photographs that interest you. Join groups, leave comments, view other photos by the group owner and download photos you like.

ipernity-photo-sharing-site

20. Kodak Gallery

The Kodak Gallery allows you to do much more than just upload your favorite photos. Have the ability to create photo products like calendars, prints, frames, cards, photo books and more. Unlike many of the photo sharing sites, this is probably the most flexible site in terms of creating unique products that incorporate your photos. To make things easier, you can use the Kodak editing software that will make it easier for you to upload, organize and share your photos.

kodek-gallery-photo-sharing-site

21. iPhoto

The iPhoto software will do wonders for editing your photos. Crop, retouch, remove red-eye, then share on the web with places like Facebook, mobile me, and Flickr. Design custom photos, books, cards, and calendars. Apple also leverages the latest face recognition technology that will be able to recognize peoples faces and tag them properly.

You can also purchase iLife, which lets you get the most out of your photos, movies and music. Organize photos, makes a movie, and publish photos on a website.

iphoto-photo-sharing-site

22. Panoramio

Are you an avid traveler? Panoramio allows you to upload your photos and tag them with places you have been from around the world. Panoramio uses the Google Maps API to give users the ability to browse photos with the ease of clicking on a spot on the world map. This is a great resource or anyone looking to travel to different parts of the world, and want to see what pictures others have already taken.

panoramio-photo-sharing-site

23. Phanfare

Phanfare comes with unlimited storage for all of your photos and HD videos, create your own photo website, a customized url, high quality 720p HD video, slideshow creation, and safeguard disaster to backup all of your digital photos and videos.

Phanfare comes with a 14 day free trial, to let you enjoy the unlimited storage, beautiful web albums, and other great features, before you purchase a subscription. If you are looking for a package to purchase, you can buy a premium or pro package that give you different options and the flexiblity based on your needs.

phanfare-photo-sharing-site

24. Snapfish

Snapfish by HP has over 70 million members in over 20 countries and over 2 billion photos stored online! There are over 100 customizable photo gifts, free photo editing tools, mobile uploading, subscription video uploading, and the ability to share with only family and friends.

Receive a free account with online digital photo printing, free online photo albums, digital photo sharing services and fun photo gifts. Sign up now and get unlimited storage and 50 free 4×6 prints with your first upload. Get great discounts on printing your photos, with 35% off all calendars and 9 cents for 4×6 photos.

snapfish-photo-sharing-site

25. Woophy

Woophy is looking for the help of amateur photographers to upload their photos and cover ever inch of the world with images that represent the world’s beauty. Users can upload their photos and browse the community photos to see recent and top rated photos of the day.

woophy-photo-sharing-site

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33 Comments Best Comments First
  • Lily Marinho

    Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 00:34

    31

    Very nice article. For professional use I won’t think about anything but Flickr.

    I started using Flickr few years ago and I am extremely happy with it. About wikialbums, it was more than two years ago when I read something about it on a website. Back then, I was looking for something easy to use and secure enough to share my family pictures with my parents back in Brazil. At the same time I wanted my parents to be comfortable with the website so they could share their pictures with me and my brother too. So, I gave wikialbums a try and I must say it was exactly what I was looking for! I now have more than 300 albums on it and my parents has “successfully” created over 20 albums :)

    Anyway, thanks again for the very useful information and hope my information helps as well.

    +5
    • Huest

      Saturday, March 24th, 2012 00:25

      33

      Lily; When I read your post, I told myself “Here we go! Another school project!!!” but then I clicked on the link and next thing I know I have 3-4 groups and more than 20 albums created! I am a huge fan now and highly recommend wiki albums too.

      +1
    • Johnathan

      Friday, January 20th, 2012 22:38

      32

      Lily – is exactly the website I was looking for! Now my family and I have a WikiAlbums group too thanks to you and we are so much enjoying it :)

      +2
  • Jane

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 07:52

    14

    Whoaa… thanks for sharing! This is what i’ve been looking for. Thank you

    +1
  • New York Web Design

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 23:11

    4

    Hey! This is a great compilation.
    Thank you for this Superb Post

    +1
  • pakaworld

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 16:05

    15

    I have been in eSnips and it was not quiet good as you my think, but i will try the rest and see whether they are better.

    0
  • Mark Thompson

    Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 00:32

    12

    Thanks for the suggestion and the coupon code :-)

    0
  • pustefisk

    Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 19:41

    13

    I find the best photosharing site to http://www.mejuba.com – by far!. Unlimited storage for both video and photos.

    0
  • dan

    Sunday, January 31st, 2010 23:39

    10

    If you want to share postcard like photos or photos from travels, , it’s free and you can make your own profile

    0
  • Enrico

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 21:59

    7

    Hey, you missed http://www.dphoto.com!
    One of the best designed solutions.
    And the paid version let you upload Adobe DNGs and HD video files too, all included in the fee.
    Don’t miss it!

    0
  • Simon

    Saturday, January 30th, 2010 17:28

    8

    Thanks! You’ve missed sharing photos directly on Twitter, try TwittLoad.com

    0
  • John Mullinax

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 22:58

    2

    I know it’s impossible to cover everything and please everyone :), but i’m surprised you didn’t include Windows Live for photos… they have a great desktop tool for editing and uploading photos, creating albums, etc, and it connects to not only windows live, but also flickr, facebook, etc. You can order snapfish and KodakGallery stuff right out of the desktop tool, too. It even integrates with the movied editing software, Windows Live Movie Maker. You can share photos via email from online or from the desktop app. The online experience has does really nice looking slide shows, you can drag and drop and re-arrange photos in an album, pic posts and comments on pics can optionally be set to show up in twitter and facebook if you link the accounts, and you get up to 25 GB of storage – and it’s all free.

    0
    • Mark Thompson

      Monday, February 1st, 2010 17:16

      11

      Sorry, I knew I would probably leave a few out since there are some many available options out there. I personally have never used Windows Live for photos, I will def check it out. It seems like it has some really nice features and good usability.

      Thanks for your feedback.

      0
  • Will Jennings

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 00:41

    3

    http://www.photoswarm.com is another good one.

    0
  • henri

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 18:39

    5

    thank you for these great list.Very useful.

    0
  • quinnhigurashi

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 15:01

    16

    Thanks for sharing. Please fix your typo on number 7. It’s Zooomr.

    0
  • Robert

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 11:15

    6

    Thanks for posting this – it’s very helpful.

    0
  • Peter Thomsen

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 11:16

    17

    I just signed up with http://www.mejuba.com. Unlimited storage for both videos and pictures and it’s completly free. No monthly limits or qoutas.
    Photos and videos are stored in their original formats and sizes and are kept unmodified for backup.
    I also like that you can geo-tag your stuff so it shows up on a map. And you can search for stuff on the map – that’s cool!.
    As the only site i know of it uses a Windows Explorer like navigation with folders – super eacy to use – even has drag and drop!.
    I can highly recommend it.

    0
  • Francois

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 22:08

    1

    I would add imageshack.com

    0
  • Timothy

    Thursday, October 7th, 2010 01:19

    26

    Nice collections of websites. It’s funny I’ve used quite a few of them, but have narrowed myself down to flickr and my website now.

    0
  • louise Hanson

    Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 10:51

    25

    I simply love Mejuba! It’s so much better than both Flickr and Photobucket. There are actuall TWO way to upload – via an applet and an ActiveX (for IExplorer). You can even drag and drop entire folders to be uploaded – AND the folder structures are copied too. You must have missed the email-importer – you can import from nearly all existing email accounts! Neat.

    0
  • Niels Madsen

    Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 19:09

    27

    I think Mejuba is the worlds best!
    Mejuba has unlimited storage for both videos and pictures and
    it’s completly free. No monthly limits or quotas. You can upload a whooping 1GB PER upload!
    Photos and videos are stored in their original formats and sizes and are kept unmodified for backup.
    I also like that you can geo-tag your stuff so it shows up on a map. And you can search for stuff on
    the map – that’s cool!. Even Google Street View is now implemented – eat that Flickr and Photobucket!!! Already geotagged photos are automatically mapped when uploading.
    As the only site i know of it uses a Windows Explorer like navigation with folders – super easy to
    use – even has drag and drop!.
    It’s free, fast, nice design as SO much better than Flickr and Photobucket.

    0
  • Roger

    Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 16:25

    28

    Good news, but nothing about .
    A very good website to share photos with facebook import, Iphone access, Blog insertion, totaly free and no-limited.
    The best for me !!!

    0
  • Joshna Rani

    Saturday, November 19th, 2011 06:31

    30

    It is great to have the photo sharing information to read a good quality article with useful information about this.
    Thanks
    Joshna Rani
    “Best Online Storage”

    0
  • Esteban

    Sunday, October 9th, 2011 13:09

    29

    As we all know facebook.com is the most popular destination to share / show off the photos for everyone.

    0
  • michael snapes

    Tuesday, August 17th, 2010 17:34

    24

    I’ll use http://ezprints.com for my personalized products once I have my photos.

    0
  • Liat

    Friday, June 18th, 2010 01:10

    19
    0
  • courage

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 11:56

    18

    Jalbum is not entirely free… you have to upgrade to pro to be able to appreciate more their services.

    0
  • Flinn

    Saturday, June 19th, 2010 11:39

    21

    that is some really nice list ,never heard of some of them.thnx a lot

    0
  • Gary Schotel

    Saturday, August 7th, 2010 21:50

    22

    A while ago I found a photo sharing website similar as Flickr.
    I forgot the name and can’t find it anymore.
    Anyone familiar with it please post the link.
    Thanks!

    0
  • Thomas Salinas

    Monday, August 9th, 2010 18:42

    23

    Hello,

    I have been told that I take pictures that look like they should be in magazines.

    I very much enjoy taking photographs.

    I was wanting to know how I could go about sending some of my work with the possibility of having them published.

    0
  • mark

    Friday, June 18th, 2010 18:31

    20

    I’ll use http://www.factini.com from my iphone

    -1
  • zarabianie w internecie

    Sunday, January 31st, 2010 02:14

    9

    You may share fotos on http://www.iv.pl, good image hosting.

    -1
  • Lily Marinho

    Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 00:34

    31

    Very nice article. For professional use I won’t think about anything but Flickr.

    I started using Flickr few years ago and I am extremely happy with it. About wikialbums, it was more than two years ago when I read something about it on a website. Back then, I was looking for something easy to use and secure enough to share my family pictures with my parents back in Brazil. At the same time I wanted my parents to be comfortable with the website so they could share their pictures with me and my brother too. So, I gave wikialbums a try and I must say it was exactly what I was looking for! I now have more than 300 albums on it and my parents has “successfully” created over 20 albums :)

    Anyway, thanks again for the very useful information and hope my information helps as well.

    +5
    • Johnathan

      Friday, January 20th, 2012 22:38

      32

      Lily – is exactly the website I was looking for! Now my family and I have a WikiAlbums group too thanks to you and we are so much enjoying it :)

      +2
    • Huest

      Saturday, March 24th, 2012 00:25

      33

      Lily; When I read your post, I told myself “Here we go! Another school project!!!” but then I clicked on the link and next thing I know I have 3-4 groups and more than 20 albums created! I am a huge fan now and highly recommend wiki albums too.

      +1
  • Joshna Rani

    Saturday, November 19th, 2011 06:31

    30

    It is great to have the photo sharing information to read a good quality article with useful information about this.
    Thanks
    Joshna Rani
    “Best Online Storage”

    0
  • Esteban

    Sunday, October 9th, 2011 13:09

    29

    As we all know facebook.com is the most popular destination to share / show off the photos for everyone.

    0
  • Roger

    Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 16:25

    28

    Good news, but nothing about .
    A very good website to share photos with facebook import, Iphone access, Blog insertion, totaly free and no-limited.
    The best for me !!!

    0
  • Niels Madsen

    Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 19:09

    27

    I think Mejuba is the worlds best!
    Mejuba has unlimited storage for both videos and pictures and
    it’s completly free. No monthly limits or quotas. You can upload a whooping 1GB PER upload!
    Photos and videos are stored in their original formats and sizes and are kept unmodified for backup.
    I also like that you can geo-tag your stuff so it shows up on a map. And you can search for stuff on
    the map – that’s cool!. Even Google Street View is now implemented – eat that Flickr and Photobucket!!! Already geotagged photos are automatically mapped when uploading.
    As the only site i know of it uses a Windows Explorer like navigation with folders – super easy to
    use – even has drag and drop!.
    It’s free, fast, nice design as SO much better than Flickr and Photobucket.

    0
  • Timothy

    Thursday, October 7th, 2010 01:19

    26

    Nice collections of websites. It’s funny I’ve used quite a few of them, but have narrowed myself down to flickr and my website now.

    0
  • louise Hanson

    Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 10:51

    25

    I simply love Mejuba! It’s so much better than both Flickr and Photobucket. There are actuall TWO way to upload – via an applet and an ActiveX (for IExplorer). You can even drag and drop entire folders to be uploaded – AND the folder structures are copied too. You must have missed the email-importer – you can import from nearly all existing email accounts! Neat.

    0
  • michael snapes

    Tuesday, August 17th, 2010 17:34

    24

    I’ll use http://ezprints.com for my personalized products once I have my photos.

    0
  • Thomas Salinas

    Monday, August 9th, 2010 18:42

    23

    Hello,

    I have been told that I take pictures that look like they should be in magazines.

    I very much enjoy taking photographs.

    I was wanting to know how I could go about sending some of my work with the possibility of having them published.

    0
  • Gary Schotel

    Saturday, August 7th, 2010 21:50

    22

    A while ago I found a photo sharing website similar as Flickr.
    I forgot the name and can’t find it anymore.
    Anyone familiar with it please post the link.
    Thanks!

    0
  • Flinn

    Saturday, June 19th, 2010 11:39

    21

    that is some really nice list ,never heard of some of them.thnx a lot

    0
  • mark

    Friday, June 18th, 2010 18:31

    20

    I’ll use http://www.factini.com from my iphone

    -1
  • Liat

    Friday, June 18th, 2010 01:10

    19
    0
  • courage

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 11:56

    18

    Jalbum is not entirely free… you have to upgrade to pro to be able to appreciate more their services.

    0
  • Peter Thomsen

    Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 11:16

    17

    I just signed up with http://www.mejuba.com. Unlimited storage for both videos and pictures and it’s completly free. No monthly limits or qoutas.
    Photos and videos are stored in their original formats and sizes and are kept unmodified for backup.
    I also like that you can geo-tag your stuff so it shows up on a map. And you can search for stuff on the map – that’s cool!.
    As the only site i know of it uses a Windows Explorer like navigation with folders – super eacy to use – even has drag and drop!.
    I can highly recommend it.

    0
  • quinnhigurashi

    Saturday, February 6th, 2010 15:01

    16

    Thanks for sharing. Please fix your typo on number 7. It’s Zooomr.

    0
  • pakaworld

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 16:05

    15

    I have been in eSnips and it was not quiet good as you my think, but i will try the rest and see whether they are better.

    0
  • Jane

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 07:52

    14

    Whoaa… thanks for sharing! This is what i’ve been looking for. Thank you

    +1
  • pustefisk

    Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 19:41

    13

    I find the best photosharing site to http://www.mejuba.com – by far!. Unlimited storage for both video and photos.

    0
  • Mark Thompson

    Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 00:32

    12

    Thanks for the suggestion and the coupon code :-)

    0
  • dan

    Sunday, January 31st, 2010 23:39

    10

    If you want to share postcard like photos or photos from travels, , it’s free and you can make your own profile

    0
  • zarabianie w internecie

    Sunday, January 31st, 2010 02:14

    9

    You may share fotos on http://www.iv.pl, good image hosting.

    -1
  • Simon

    Saturday, January 30th, 2010 17:28

    8

    Thanks! You’ve missed sharing photos directly on Twitter, try TwittLoad.com

    0
  • Enrico

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 21:59

    7

    Hey, you missed http://www.dphoto.com!
    One of the best designed solutions.
    And the paid version let you upload Adobe DNGs and HD video files too, all included in the fee.
    Don’t miss it!

    0
  • Robert

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 11:15

    6

    Thanks for posting this – it’s very helpful.

    0
  • henri

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 18:39

    5

    thank you for these great list.Very useful.

    0
  • New York Web Design

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 23:11

    4

    Hey! This is a great compilation.
    Thank you for this Superb Post

    +1
  • Will Jennings

    Friday, January 29th, 2010 00:41

    3

    http://www.photoswarm.com is another good one.

    0
  • John Mullinax

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 22:58

    2

    I know it’s impossible to cover everything and please everyone :), but i’m surprised you didn’t include Windows Live for photos… they have a great desktop tool for editing and uploading photos, creating albums, etc, and it connects to not only windows live, but also flickr, facebook, etc. You can order snapfish and KodakGallery stuff right out of the desktop tool, too. It even integrates with the movied editing software, Windows Live Movie Maker. You can share photos via email from online or from the desktop app. The online experience has does really nice looking slide shows, you can drag and drop and re-arrange photos in an album, pic posts and comments on pics can optionally be set to show up in twitter and facebook if you link the accounts, and you get up to 25 GB of storage – and it’s all free.

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    • Mark Thompson

      Monday, February 1st, 2010 17:16

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      Sorry, I knew I would probably leave a few out since there are some many available options out there. I personally have never used Windows Live for photos, I will def check it out. It seems like it has some really nice features and good usability.

      Thanks for your feedback.

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  • Francois

    Thursday, January 28th, 2010 22:08

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    I would add imageshack.com

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