Where do you put your photos online?


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eejal

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I tried browsing for Free Online Galleries but didn't find any.
Where do you normally place your pictures that acts like your online portfolios?
I like those with clean interfaces, easy and user friendly..
wouldn't mind paying once i have more projects...;)

T.I.A!:thumbsup:
 

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you may try Picasa. It is easy to use and it is free;)
 

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Flickr is a great tool to start with. A free account can allow you to upload up to 200 photos.

Once you have more projects, you can consider getting the Pro account which allows for unlimited upload of photos. Not to mention the other features of a Pro account. :D
 

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have u tried smugmug? I have an account there and its absolutely the easiest and fastest i've tried. No doubt its not the cheapest but its offers fantastic service and ease.
 

eejal

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have u tried smugmug? I have an account there and its absolutely the easiest and fastest i've tried. No doubt its not the cheapest but its offers fantastic service and ease.
yerp..seen the interface. :think:

flicker uploading is quite slow... use Picasa is better... Do anybody use blog as their online portfolios?

i've seen some of us here use Multiply as their portfolios.. not bad
 

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very happy user with flickr here.
 

tomcat

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Don't like the interfaces of flickr and Smugmug at all.
Much prefer that of Pbase which is more user friendly and direct.
 

Reim1o

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Didn't you guys hear those fiasco about Flickr deleting pro-accounts? They delete first then later even after you appeal and won the case, they can't retrieve your deleted photos because their system is too primitive for that. :nono:

Try www.redbubble.com. You can auto-sell your prints there too
 

velasco

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Didn't you guys hear those fiasco about Flickr deleting pro-accounts? They delete first then later even after you appeal and won the case, they can't retrieve your deleted photos because their system is too primitive for that. :nono:

Try www.redbubble.com. You can auto-sell your prints there too
um no. what delete pro accounts :eek: elaborate please.

bro, flickr is the way to go.
As a web designer, I find that their interface is the cleanest and neatest. Comments + feedbacks are also organized. Exposure to groups discussions and all comes in handy. The quality of resizing is top notch. Privacy settings are covered.

With just around 30 SGD per year, its worth it!
Unlimited storage especially.

I personally hates multiply. The interface is clumsy and terrible.
I dont get the ype on Pbase either.
 

blusub

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Didn't you guys hear those fiasco about Flickr deleting pro-accounts? They delete first then later even after you appeal and won the case, they can't retrieve your deleted photos because their system is too primitive for that. :nono:

Try www.redbubble.com. You can auto-sell your prints there too
This is going to be a show stopper. :eek:
Able to point to source?
 

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