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Ok girls I am trying to figure the easiest way for our guests to share their photos. 

 

I really like the idea of thumb drive for two reasons.

1. We will have the electronic copy of pictures so we can print, edit and put into photobooks

2. People to do not have upload pictures

 

COncerns:

1. I will never get the thumb drive with pictures.. any tips on this???

 

 

Photosharing site

Like

1. Easy for people to upload

 

COncerns

1. We can't download it

2. we have to print them using that site

3. will people ever upload them

 

 

Any help, tips and advice on this matter would be great!! i don't know what I am going to do yet. Thanks for your help.

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Some photosharing sites do allow you to download the images, but I think most of the quality will be the same on all the sites.  Where would you print them normally?

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do you know what sites let you download the pictures?  I print them at Costco, and I like to make photobooks through mpix. I can't do this if I can't download them. =(   I also would like to have them to be able to slide shows using movie makes to display on a TV. Thanks so much for your help.

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I am using yogile.com.  You can set up an account and each album you create has its own URL and password.  Anyone that you give this info. to can upload and download pictures.  The pictures that you upload are full resolution and you can send them anywhere to get printed.  We went with this photoshare site because it is very basic and easy to use.  Great for our non computer savvy guests!!  There is a free account, or you can upgrade by paying $24.95 for a year of unlimited downloads.  I figure a year will be plenty of time for everyone to get their pictures uploaded and download any that they want.

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We are using kodakgallery.ca  Not sure if it's similar for the US. But it's quite easy to use, and you can order prints, make photobooks directly from the site. Also they will ship photos, or you can pick them up locally at Futureshop or Best Buy.

But I'm not sure if you can download the shots your guests add.

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Zelda,  THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I love this site and this is exactly what I was looking for!! I appreciate it so much! did you make postcards with URL! I think I am going to the use the same URL whole trip so people don't get confused....thanks again!!!! =) so happy you told me about this site  

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I am using yogile.com.  You can set up an account and each album you create has its own URL and password.  Anyone that you give this info. to can upload and download pictures.  The pictures that you upload are full resolution and you can send them anywhere to get printed.  We went with this photoshare site because it is very basic and easy to use.  Great for our non computer savvy guests!!  There is a free account, or you can upgrade by paying $24.95 for a year of unlimited downloads.  I figure a year will be plenty of time for everyone to get their pictures uploaded and download any that they want.



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Yes, I am making postcards that we will put in our OOT bags.  The front of the card says:

 

A picture is worth a thousand words...

Please share yours with us!

 

We have set up an online account with Yogile to make sharing digital photos with everyone as easy as possible!  Please take this card home with you and use the instructions on the back; we would love to see the moments you have captured!

 

Then I have put instructions on the back of the card.  I made them on vistaprint.com
 

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Zelda,  THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I love this site and this is exactly what I was looking for!! I appreciate it so much! did you make postcards with URL! I think I am going to the use the same URL whole trip so people don't get confused....thanks again!!!! =) so happy you told me about this site  

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Originally Posted by zelda062 View Post

I am using yogile.com.  You can set up an account and each album you create has its own URL and password.  Anyone that you give this info. to can upload and download pictures.  The pictures that you upload are full resolution and you can send them anywhere to get printed.  We went with this photoshare site because it is very basic and easy to use.  Great for our non computer savvy guests!!  There is a free account, or you can upgrade by paying $24.95 for a year of unlimited downloads.  I figure a year will be plenty of time for everyone to get their pictures uploaded and download any that they want.


 


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