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Good sites for posting pictures?
Hi, sorry searching just seems to be down all the time, but I was wondering whats a good site to post pictures on for sharing, and basically how do you post pictures within your thread?.

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Justin Teng wrote:.

Hi, sorry searching just seems to be down all the time, but I waswondering whats a good site to post pictures on for sharing, andbasically how do you post pictures within your thread?.

There are pay sites like pbase and smugmug but Flickr is a free account with limitations but you can upgrade for a nominal fee. To post a picture from Flickr you need to copy the pic's URL. See this related thread..........http://forums.dpreview.com/...forums/read.asp?forum=1002&message=25765245Regards,Hank.

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Zenfolio has a lot going for it:.

Http://www.zenfolio.com/zf/features.aspx.

From $25 p.a. It has the best/most professional interface and viewing experience for owner and visitor alike.Chris Elliott.

*Nikon* D Eighty + Fifty - Other equipment in Profile.

Http://PlacidoD.Zenfolio.com/..

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Webshots has a great international community (plus a pro section as well) and you can get either a free account or an inexpensive paid one, with huge storage space. I have over 6000 pics on there right now. There's a wide range of ability levels, and great interaction among members, plus weekly challenges and fun activities as well. Uploads with their software are very easy. You just compile albums and put the shots where you want them..

Http://www.webshots.com.

I also like PBase (www.pbase.com) which hosts challenges for some of the dpreview forums, and has many top-notch photographers posting galleries. You can get a free trial account, and then pay by storage space desired..

Brenda..

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For sharing with family members, I use picasaweb.com, which is now managed by google, so if you have google account, you can get picasaweb account. picasaweb is nice that it's free account has 1 GB storage, while flickr's free account has 200 picture viewing limitation. I shrink my pictures down to 640x426 using imagemagick before I upload to picasaweb, so 1 GB is plenty, and you can easily delete pictures to free up space. I use flickr when I post pictures here for comments...

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There's also picasa from Google. 1GB of space for free. If you use iPhoto on a Mac, there is a direct export from iPhoto to Picasa...

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