want a place 2 store all ur photos?


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mosher1

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ive just got into photography since christmas, and i dont have my own PC or laptop, i get limited use of the one at home cos of me parents so i discovered etribes.com (www.etribes.com) and found they gave loads of space to backup all my photographs and jazz like that, and i could password protect them if need be! heres an example site, check it out www.etribes.com/photography
 

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ive just got into photography since christmas, and i dont have my own PC or laptop, i get limited use of the one at home cos of me parents so i discovered etribes.com (www.etribes.com) and found they gave loads of space to backup all my photographs and jazz like that, and i could password protect them if need be! heres an example site, check it out www.etribes.com/photography
well, you still need a PC to upload your image... might as well get a PC with huge HDD.
 

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You can check these out :

ClubSNAP gallery - free, max 10mb.
ClubSNAP webspace - paid webspace subscription.
Deviant Art - (not sure?)
Flickr - free, unlimited space, max 20mb per month upload. limited to 3 photo sets and display of 200 (most recent) photos for free accounts
Fotopic - free, 250mb.
Multiply - free unlimited space & uploads. Subscribed accounts doesn't have ad. banners.
Pbase - 30day and 10mb free trial, paid subscription.
PhotoBucket - free, recently upgraded to 1GB
Yahoo! Photos - free, unlimited, but auto resize your pics
Zoto- free
SuprFile - a free image hosting site from the guys who brought us suprnova
ImageShack - a popular free image hosting site
 

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ive just got into photography since christmas, and i dont have my own PC or laptop, i get limited use of the one at home cos of me parents so i discovered etribes.com (www.etribes.com) and found they gave loads of space to backup all my photographs and jazz like that, and i could password protect them if need be! heres an example site, check it out www.etribes.com/photography
hey, thanks for sharing the info! im sure some will find it useful
 

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