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A) Share your photos with others; and
B) Organize all your pictures in some meaningful order.
Following are a bunch of resources to help you with all your online photo needs, including some reviews of the most popular online photo sharing services…
Places To Share & Organize Your Photos Online
There are a number of online websites for sharing and organizing your photos.
To name a few:
And some of the newer/less popular ones:
Reviews of Online Photo Sharing Services
Rob does a great job comparing the pros and cons of Webshots, Snapfish, and Flickr.
KC Lemson addresses the issue of buying a photo printer vs just using online services.
SmugMug (one of the online photo sharing sites) owns no printers, so they offer an unbiased review of online sites that let you (and your friends) buy prints online.
CNet reviews 10 of the top online photo sharing sites.
Epinions is a forum where users share their firsthand experiences with a wide variety of online photo sharing sites.
If you know you’ll want prints of some of your photos, then consider this review of online photo sites that offer prints as well.
Sarin lets us in on why it makes sense to upgrade beyond the “free” account sometimes… especially with Flickr.
Here’s an excellent interactive Online Photo Resource Guide to help you pick the best online photo service for YOUR needs.
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