I use Flickr
I use Flickr
Canon EOS 7D| EF 70-200mm F/4 L IS USM| EF-S 15-85mm IS|580EX II
I use tinypic , real easy to upload and conveniently creates links to copy and paste
Last edited by Recoil3d; 18th June 2010 at 08:54 PM.
Buy Film Not Megapixels
But I also host some on other sites such as flickr.
Regarding DVDs, I was also worried that DVDs might degrade despite hearing that they'll last for many years, so to be safe, I keep another copy on an external HDD.
I'm using Flickr and Exhibit Engine
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EOS 5D3 + Luxury Lenses|Hope To Make Someone Happy By Showing My Pictures|
stopped using photobucket after they imposed a bandwidth thing on my account
Smugmug is best recommended. USD39.95 per year is reasonable for the quality they provide.
I know Flickr is very popular but the layout and photo display size are not as good as Smugmug.
||"Photography, alone of the arts, seems perfected to serve the desire humans have for a moment - this very moment - to stay." -Sam Abell-||
Last edited by kentwong81; 18th June 2010 at 03:29 PM.
deviantart.. simply love it.. got a lot of inspiration (not only photography) from there
Do you know which host that will not compress the image ?
Or all of free host compress the image ?
NIKON D90 (2008-2010), D700 (2010-2012), D800 (2012-2014), DF (2014-PRESENT)
FUJI X-T10 (2015-2016)
They will not compress your photos. You can retrieve back the photos in original size and condition.
I use to have a Flickr pro account but had problems logging into my account, the customer service wasn’t very good and could only communicate via email which for a paid service seems poor. Was never able to resolve the issue. A few months after my pro account expired then I was able to log in etc. I figured it must have been a problem on their backend but having no way to contact anyone – it was money down the drain.
Anyway switched to SmugMug and am happy with it but yes agree with a comment posted – Flickr is great for the community features and sharing.
I use Flickr Pro. Previously used Photobucket. But Flickr is far better than the latter.