12 Photos sharing services for the Photo Enthusiasts

Photo Sharing

Photo Enthusiasts are always looking for a means to showcase their portfolio. There are a lot of services of the web through which even a novice can share his/her photos. With Flickr and Picasa one of the most popular services, we give you ten other photo sharing services. Have a look

1) FlickrFlickr

The service from Yahoo is certainly the best online photo management and sharing application that primarily focuses on: First, helping people make their photos available to the people who matter to them and second, enabling new ways of organizing photos and video.

2) Picasa Picasa
is Google’s photo sharing community that allows you to make albums which can be shared with family, friends and others. It allows one to organize, edit and share the photos.

3) Photobucket PhotoBucket
It offers image hosting, free photo sharing and video sharing. Upload your photos, host your videos, and share them with friends and family.

4) Shutterfly Shutterfly
This service helps you to create photo books, personalize photo cards & stationery, and share photos with family and friends

5) Fotolog fotolog
is a Web 2.0-based shared photoblog web site. With over 30 million registered users, it is one of the oldest and largest sites for sharing pictures through online photo diaries or photo blogs.

6) Fotki fotki
It is a digital photo sharing, video sharing and media social network website and web service suite; it is one of the world’s largest social networking sites. In many ways, the site appears to be similar to the majority of other popular photo sites which support a number of so-called Web 2.0 features, such as use of Ajax, tagging, RSS feeds, social bookmarking, GPS location information and Exif info display.

7) smile
Smile by Webshots
is an online photo and video sharing service owned by Threefold Photos. It is considered as the latest evolution in the photo management.

8) Zenfolio zenfolio
It is the ultimate destination to present your photos and video clips online. Your online galleries with the web’s best photo viewing experience will keep the visitors’ eyes glued to the screen. It brings you an unbeatable combination to run your entire photography business online all under one roof.

9) Animoto animoto
It is a web application that produces videos from photos, video clips and music.Animoto analyzes the provided photos, video clips and music to generate a video similar to a trailer. Turn your photos, video clips, and music into stunning video masterpieces to share with everyone. It’s Fast, free, and shockingly easy!

10) Snapfish snapfish
is a web-based photo sharing and photo printing service that is owned by Hewlett-Packard. Members can upload files for free, and are given unlimited photo storage. Snapfish offers a service called Group rooms for sharing amongst many members

11) Zoomr zoomr
It is a website for sharing digital photos. The site is similar to other photo and image sharing sites with a number of so-called Web 2.0 features such as tagging, Ajax, RSS, and GeoTagging. Zooomr has a multi-login capability via OpenID. A feature known as “Zipline” adds a social-networking aspect to the site allowing users to send a message to one of their “contacts” or to see when a contact uploads photos.

12) SmugMug smugmug
It is a paid digital photo sharing website. There are three levels of membership: Standard, Power, and Pro.SmugMug has options to allow control over the privacy and security of published photos. They have support for both account-level and gallery-level passwords, as well as hidden galleries. There is also a friends and family social networking interface for members of the service to use, which allows sharing of photos limited to people known to the publisher.

This is just a compilation. Feel free to add other photo sharing services that we might have missed out…

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