Photo Hosts shootout?

Which photohost do you use?


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alankuik

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www.picturesky.com
is it legal to start a thread with something like that??
just wondering...


so many people using photo host in here.
maybe we can have a thread talking about the pros and cons of each of them.
 

jbma

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what do you mean? I don't understand.
 

alankuik

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www.picturesky.com
jbma said:
what do you mean? I don't understand.
oh.. okay okay. maybe i start the ball rolling.

Webshots
cons :
limits to 8 albums for free users, 25pics per album
Reduces your picture quality
doesn't support hotlinking

Pros :
Free
Free Screensaver Software
 

willyfoo

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willyfoo.com
http://picturesky.com
25MB for Free Account
1GB for Paid Account
 

bLight

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www.flickr.com
willyfoo said:
http://picturesky.com
25MB for Free Account
1GB for Paid Account
picturesky

Pros:
- support hotlink
- do not reduce image size
- exif display

Cons:
- guest or user that's not login can't see full size image, they can only view up to medium size.
 

ricleo

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Imagestation.com

Pros
- unlimited storage capacity, unlimited albums
- allows sharing of videos
- allows viewers to share full size pics if required
- Free
- Exif Display

Cons
- Hot linking not allowed
 

nicholaslee

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www.nicholas.proximuz.us
Personal webhost :sweat:

Pros:
- unlimited storage capacity, unlimited albums
- allows sharing of videos
- allows personalised photo album
- support hotlink
- do not reduce image size
- More bandwidth/ No lagging
- Own domain

Cons:
- Not free but not too ex also

:D
 

alankuik

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ricleo said:
Imagestation.com

Pros
- unlimited storage capacity, unlimited albums
- allows sharing of videos
- allows viewers to share full size pics if required
- Free
- Exif Display

Cons
- Hot linking not allowed
- user need to create an account / login to be able to see any photos.

i hate that.. same as ofoto. forcing me to sign up an account i wun use. ;(
 

quekky

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www.irphotography.com
nicholaslee said:
Personal webhost :sweat:

Pros:
- unlimited storage capacity, unlimited albums
- allows sharing of videos
- allows personalised photo album
- support hotlink
- do not reduce image size
- More bandwidth/ No lagging
- Own domain

Cons:
- Not free but not too ex also

:D
Me also personal webhost

Pros:
- a lot of storage capacity (think GBs)
- allows sharing of anything
- allows personalised photo album
- support hotlink or can deny hotlink, full flexibility
- do not reduce image size
- image/file can be as big as i want (1GB also can)
- lots of bandwidth, wun lag at all (located in sg)
- support of most web langauge
- cron job
- database (lots of space again)
- fast processor
- 99.99% uptime
- own domain
- own email
- FREE!

Cons:
(cant think of any)

:blah:
 

alankuik

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www.picturesky.com
quekky said:
Me also personal webhost

Pros:
- a lot of storage capacity (think GBs)
- allows sharing of anything
- allows personalised photo album
- support hotlink or can deny hotlink, full flexibility
- do not reduce image size
- image/file can be as big as i want (1GB also can)
- lots of bandwidth, wun lag at all (located in sg)
- support of most web langauge
- cron job
- database (lots of space again)
- fast processor
- 99.99% uptime
- own domain
- own email
- FREE!

Cons:
(cant think of any)

:blah:
where to get a webhost that offers u GBs of space, host ur domain, for free?

tell me, i also want.
 

whoelse

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I host myself wif a broken p166/48mb/1.3gb notebook, nv reboot for 2 yrs liao.
under my desk double as leg rest...
 

Simon

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In the past, we have received many requests from our members asking for web space to upload their photos.

The money will go to our funds to pay for ClubSNAP servers maintenance and bandwidth requirements.


$5 per month (payment will be yearly, i.e. $60 for a year) and You'll get

100mb of Web Space

your own web and/or photo gallery at yourname.clubsnap.org

your own ClubSNAP email yourname@clubsnap.org

SecureFTP access to upload your photos.

Some advantages of hosting with ClubSNAP :

- Local server and fast pipe to S-One network
- Image link for ClubSNAP and other sites/forums
- Own web/photo gallery & Email at the number 1 Online Photograhpy Community in Singapore
- many more....


Here are the three important URLs for those who want to sign up for the webspace plans. First a recap of the plans:-

Basic Plan
100MB webspace
10MB POP email
200 Private Messages limit
Pre-installed Photo Gallery
$60 per year, payable upon sign-up.

Premium Plan
200MB webspace
20MB POP email
300 Private Messages limit
Pre-installed Photo Gallery
$100 per year, payable upon sign-up.

To sign up for the BASIC PLAN, click HERE!!

To sign up for the PREMIUM PLAN, click HERE!!
 

binbeto

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www.pbase.com
Since we are at this topic,

I would really like to see a return of the value plan for people like me than dun really have a lot of pics to show.

Please~~~. :sweat:
 

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vince123123

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just wondering, to do that would you require a static ip? starhub broadband uses dynamic ip right? it changes every once in a while. how do you ensure that your ip stays the same? or is there a way around it?


whoelse said:
I host myself wif a broken p166/48mb/1.3gb notebook, nv reboot for 2 yrs liao.
under my desk double as leg rest...
 

Flare

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vince123123 said:
just wondering, to do that would you require a static ip? starhub broadband uses dynamic ip right? it changes every once in a while. how do you ensure that your ip stays the same? or is there a way around it?
There's at least 2 dynamic ip -> DNS service thingy... can't remember the name or link, and can't even remember where I read about it... :embrass:
Hmmm... maybe there's gonna be a use for my old little P2...
 

blimmer

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vince123123 said:
just wondering, to do that would you require a static ip? starhub broadband uses dynamic ip right? it changes every once in a while. how do you ensure that your ip stays the same? or is there a way around it?
http://www.dyndns.org/services/dns/dyndns/

http://www.dyndns.org/services/dns/statdns/

http://www.no-ip.com (site seems to be down @ 3.45am)

hope that helps
you can mod a xbox as your storage too
 

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