Careful if you are using photobucket. I read somewhere that if you upload your images there, you are giving them rights to use your images even for commercial purposes.
I upload most of my images on Facebook actually (!!!) but very few goes to Flickr. I thought the interface in Flickr feels rather clunky though.
I preferred Flickr. I like the Group option, you can search and join different groups by camera model, lens, subject, community, etc. They also have their own discussion forum.
I chose Zenfolio over flickr because Zenfolio looks more professional. It allow a certain degree of customisation so that your portfolio layout is not the same as others portfolio hosted by Zenfolio. It also allows background music during slideshow. The price is USD25, which, if I am not wrong, is the same as flickr.
I chose others because I created my own site which I think involves some hassle but doesn't have certain restrictions that other hosting sites have. That said, it really involves quite a bit of hassle but I was lucky to have someone help me out with it
Anyone tried Wix?
Own server (at home, dyndns for host name, LAMP). Full control, but also full workload. But a nice workout for the brain.
Last time I used Pbase.
Now, using Flickr and Picasa.
Flickr will be easy to use....
*Simba* loves D700 + 24-70
I used Flickr. I like free things
Flickr is still é best now that they double the amount of storage for unpaid user and increase the amount of set that can be created. Flickr also has a large community.
You've run into one of the limits of a free account. Your free account will only display the most recent 200 things you've uploaded.
Anything beyond 200 will remain hidden from view until you either delete newer items, or upgrade to a Pro account.
Nothing has been deleted, and if you upgrade, they'll all come back unharmed.
Have been pleased with Smugmug so far but Flickr does seem to have a more vibrant community going on. Can tell from the polls that it's obviously more popular
I upload my images to Photobucket so that I can send a link to my clients/editors, and they can go take a look and select pix they want.
I don't use Flickr because one has to be a registered Flickr member in order to view, if I am not mistaken. My clients don't have time for that. Not sure if that status has changed, though.
Flickr for me at the moment. Still far from the 200 photos mark for me to make a decision
flickr is cheap and gd~