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Tutorial: Where to host my photos?

 
mikewoodhouse
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Mar 28, 2007 10:18 as a reply to  @ post 2876171 |  #31

Another possibility is http://zooomr.com (external link) - similar in many ways to flickr (probably the Daddy right now) and smugmug. Has geotagging (mark where the photo was taken) and some other newish tagging ideas. New release is making its way into production just now, which may mean it's a bit shaky for a few weeks.


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Mar 28, 2007 10:47 as a reply to  @ mikewoodhouse's post |  #32

(sigh) ... and half an hour after I posted it, I discovered this story about the creator of zooomr on the BBC: http://news.bbc.co.uk/​1/hi/technology/650261​1.stm (external link)

A couple of (possibly) interesting quotes:

"One of the key features will be the ability for users to monetise their photos as stock photography."

"We want to allow our users to make money and revenue off their work and only share 10% of the sales ourselves."


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Apr 03, 2007 11:33 |  #33

darktiger wrote in post #1889322 (external link)
I enjoy zenfolio also. I shifted from smugmug...

Seems like a lot of people are moving from Smugmug to Zenfolio. I moved to Zen from pBase, and have absolutely no regrets. I was seriously considering Smugmug, until I found Zenfolio. It beats it hands down. Smugmug's presentation just seems too "busy".


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Apr 03, 2007 11:47 as a reply to  @ arg245's post |  #34

You can also check out Printroom.com
Printroom is waiving their sign-up fee. If you are interested just PM me and I will send you the details.
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Apr 25, 2007 10:00 |  #35

I don't think I saw anyone mention photosite.com. You get 100 photos for free, then it's $25 per year for unlimited. It does have the option to password protect albums if you wish.




  
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Jun 17, 2007 14:18 |  #36

If you want to share motorcycle pictures. www.bikepics.com (external link) can be of some help. Note that since a few months the site whill put a watermark on you picture when you upload it. But as long as it is motorcycle related you can post pictures freely and catogorise them. Hope the link is of some use to some of you people.


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Jun 18, 2007 08:27 |  #37

tommykjensen wrote in post #1442073 (external link)
You need to link to it from a post here and Photobucket make that really easy for You because they provide the entire link including the IMG tags required. Just place Your mouse inside the box titled "Img" hit CTRL-C to copy the selected text. Then You paste that into the post here and You are ready to go. (See under the links how the linktext You should insert should look like depending on the host)

Actually, it's even easier than that. You don't even need to hit ctrl-c. At least in firefox (mac and PC), you just click in the box with the img tag and the text is automatically copied ;-)a


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Jun 19, 2007 03:44 |  #38

Thanks for the great links for all the free picture hosting sites.

I already have a photbucket account but find it tiresome when uploading lots of pictures. I have to select each picture manually in each box and then upload maybe a batch of say 20.

Can anyone tell me if any of the sites listed allows for me to select a big batch of files to upload all at once e.g. 100 pics @ 800x600 72ppi jpgs, all at once where I can just leave it in the background to upload?


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Jun 19, 2007 07:30 |  #39

sootyvrs wrote in post #3402466 (external link)
Thanks for the great links for all the free picture hosting sites.

I already have a photbucket account but find it tiresome when uploading lots of pictures. I have to select each picture manually in each box and then upload maybe a batch of say 20.

Can anyone tell me if any of the sites listed allows for me to select a big batch of files to upload all at once e.g. 100 pics @ 800x600 72ppi jpgs, all at once where I can just leave it in the background to upload?

SmugMug is great for this as is Pbase. For SmugMug they have a Java Application where you just drag and drop your images from your file browser. For Pbase you simply use your file browser to Zip your images and then upload the zip file. I haven't used any others.


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Jun 19, 2007 09:01 |  #40

sootyvrs wrote in post #3402466 (external link)
I already have a photbucket account but find it tiresome when uploading lots of pictures. I have to select each picture manually in each box and then upload maybe a batch of say 20.

I never upload my files manually. I use a software (free) called Flock. It allows you to upload batches of photo directly to your photobucket gallery. It also allows you to create blog posts (for example with Wordpress based blogs)

It is for Mac but I am sure you can find something equivalent for PC ;-)a


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Jun 19, 2007 10:49 |  #41

In2Photos wrote in post #3403182 (external link)
SmugMug is great for this as is Pbase. For SmugMug they have a Java Application where you just drag and drop your images from your file browser. For Pbase you simply use your file browser to Zip your images and then upload the zip file. I haven't used any others.

Thanks for that. I'll give this one a SmugMug a try.


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Jun 19, 2007 11:00 |  #42

DDA wrote in post #3403521 (external link)
I never upload my files manually. I use a software (free) called Flock. It allows you to upload batches of photo directly to your photobucket gallery. It also allows you to create blog posts (for example with Wordpress based blogs)

It is for Mac but I am sure you can find something equivalent for PC ;-)a

This looks simple too. I'll try this one first as I already have a Photbucket account.

Worked a treat! Many thanks :)


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Jul 13, 2007 17:58 |  #43

Hello, I'm trying to find a hosting site that allows me to upload hundreds of images.
We sell our images to participants. barnworld.com/tricia is our site. We are looking to sever our relationship with this site so we can have more control. We aren't in the barn biz.
One of the prerequisites is that we need to be able to sort and link each event. and be able to let users sort. This is a horse event and riders have numbers. We take many pictures and associate images with the rider number.
We would also like ordering capabilities.
Just wondering if anyone has stumbled across a site that would allow us that functionality.




  
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scaturan
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Aug 03, 2007 12:57 |  #44

if anyone wants to try the Gallery 2 platform, have a look at http://photopians.org/ - a volunteer-driven service I help maintain.

samples:

http://shiny.photopian​s.org/ (external link)
http://pixelfrag.negim​aki.com/gallery/ (external link)
http://hitosora.negima​ki.com/gallery2/ (external link)




  
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Oct 30, 2007 18:38 |  #45

OK, folks, can someone PLEASE explain how to actually embed images into a POTN thread?This so-called tutorial, to which I was linked because I kept getting busted by the Sports Forum moderator for uploading images (see this post: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=399748) but the one post that is supposed to be the tutorial basically says how easy it is to do this from PhotoBucket, and the rest of this thread is nothing more than people describing their photo host of choice.

Huh?


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