Photo sharing website
Posted 05 December 2007 - 04:13 AM
Easy to organize and upload. no software to install, unless you want the bulk uploader.
Files as large as 1024X768 (high res enough) and unlimited storage even in their free accounts!
Posted 09 December 2007 - 02:31 AM
How the Big Photo-Sharing Sites Stack Up | The Mossberg Solution | Katherine Boehret | AllThingsD
Also, photobucket.com pro ($25/yr) and Kodak Premier ($25/yr) will let you download high resolution images. I'm considering making a pro account on one of these and using it for our wedding pics. Has anyone done the photobucket one? I like photobucket, but I'm not sure how their print service is. Anyone have experience? Kodak also has a $50/yr service that gives you a print discount - 10 cents each. I thought guests might like that...
Posted 09 December 2007 - 02:37 AM
| Originally Posted by Lizzy |
I know I am really going to sound like I'm cheap, but I cannot see having to pay for copies of my own, or my friend's photos. Isn't there a place where you can store, share, edit and download w/o cost of prints? Do some of the wedding pages offer free sharing and storage?
Posted 09 December 2007 - 07:35 PM
| Originally Posted by Alipires1 |
I know snapfishwill let you share and store and if you right click you can download the pictures to your own computer.
Posted 31 January 2008 - 07:50 PM
They let you have a free 14 day trial if anyone is interested.
Posted 31 January 2008 - 08:05 PM
|Originally Posted by jayreilly|
Posted 14 September 2010 - 09:59 AM
Thank you so much for all of the posts, we decided to go with Kodak and so far it has seemed very easy to use. The wedding is in just over a week, so I will post again after people have tried to use it. Thanks again!!!
Posted 14 September 2010 - 11:37 AM
Thanks for the info Julie G. Really appreciated.
Originally Posted by JulieG
I did a google search and thought I would post this, just in case you are like me and trying to decide which site to use:
"In this review of five online printing services, the editors test and rate "everything from image-editing features to delivery options to print sizes." Kodak EasyShare Gallery is the top choice because of its good print quality. Snapfish is the second choice. Editors liked its "good prints and reasonable prices." Shutterfly has good prints but higher prices. Yahoo!'s printing is inconsistent but the service has numerous editing features. Wal-Mart Photo Center is the last choice due to its "dismal print quality."
Here is the whole article.
PC World - Online Photo Services Shootout
Posted 14 September 2010 - 11:38 AM
There is also flickr, which allows you to put passwords and the like onto the account but I think you have to pay something. I am using google. It was easy and free.
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