| Originally Posted by maa413 |
I contated Kodak easy share & this is the info they gave me. It doesn't look like guests would be able to add their photos w/out creating their own easy share album.
Thank you for contacting the KODAK Gallery Customer Service Team. We appreciate your email to the Gallery regarding how to share photos with
others. Sharing photos from your web site is very simple. To share photos from
your web page, follow these steps:
1. You, the owner, upload pictures to your account at the Gallery.
2. Share the photo to yourself by putting your own email address in the
"To" section. Be sure to uncheck the box that requires your friends to sign in
from the invitation page.
3. You will receive an email notification of your shared album. The body of
the message will contain the URL of your album.
4. Place the URL on your site and it will link to your shared album.
Thank you for contacting the KODAK Gallery Customer Service Team.
We appreciate your email back to us in regards to your shared photos. If you
require your friends to sign in to view your albums, your album will be saved
under a "My Friends' Albums" link. This will basically save the shared album so
you are able to view that album at any time you would like. This will only apply
to people that you have shared that albums with; unless that person shares that
album to someone else.
Shared albums (albums that you did not create yourself) cannot be edited,
copied, downloaded or deleted. However, you can view photos, make comments and
order Prints from shared albums.
The exception is that you can make cropping adjustments to shared photos from
the Cart by following the steps below:
1. Place the photo in the Cart.
2. Click â€œAdjust Croppingâ€ under the photo.
3. With â€œAdjust Croppingâ€, you can:
â€¢ Turn Zoom & Trim on/off.
â€¢ Turn Kodak Perfect Touch on/off.
â€¢ Zoom in and out.
â€¢ Change the positioning of the photo within the preview frame.
NOTE: These changes are only applied to the photos within the Cart, not to the
photos within the album.
Then if I want to order some of the pictures, I can email the share link to myself and open it using my own account login information and I'll be able to access all the pictures and order from there. And my friends and family will be able to do the same.
I didn't want people emailing me links to pics from kodak, shutterfly, snapfish, etc... too much of a PITA
| Originally Posted by Morgan |
I added this to my computer & really didn't like it. Everytime I try to open an attachment now, it wants to use easy share to open it. But then it will stall and sometimes not open. I uninstalled it.
I think it's better to avoid something that requires guest to download a program (Picasa, Kodak easy share) and use one like snapfish or shuterfly.
However, you don't need to download the kodak program to use their website for downloading pictures, it works the same as any other pictures sharing site.