Finding the Best Online Photo Storage and Sharing Sites.
Photography buffs that search Google for “online photo sites that store and share images” best back away from your computer and be prepared to be hit with a landslide of information. Billions of pictures and in some cases videos as well are posted on these various sites every year, maybe more.
Talk to a Photography Pro or With Someone Talented in Computers.
You will want to find trusted sources in helping your selection of quality digital photo sharing sites to work with, or set yourself up for a good week of research or maybe more as it would probably be needed to find the best of the best.
Break it all down when shopping for a online storage web site.
Breaking it down is a goal for many and this article aims at helping you make that break down easier. You could search your own different key word phrases and listen to whatever advice its results are offering.
My suggestions it to make a bullet list of features you would require such as ease of use, storage capacity, file sizes allowed for uploading and items like this, thus breaking it down into smaller pieces, easier to understand. Make a list of the features you need and ones you don’t.
What type of photography are you doing?
Are you a professional photographer using a Nikon camera who is looking for museum quality images or maybe a portrait or abstract photography buff looking to share and possibly sell your images online for making a profit?
Maybe you’re just an amateur and like it this way, having mainly basic goals like printing some family snap-shots and possibly posting a few images on FaceBook and such.
These few examples of different approaches to photography will no doubt have the group of shutter bugs choosing different web sites in which to do business.
Some online photo share sites are free and some charge a fee.
There are many free services in the category of sharing photos online and some of these sites offer amazing storage capacities and editing features with no cash outlay. Usually these same sites offer more advanced services at an extra fee. (Usually $20.00 to $150.00 a year)
I can offer a site and forum on photography that can be trusted, it’s called Photo.net. I’m a member there and have found the majority of the advice the different members are giving to be of a higher quality.
Break it down to what you need first and chop it up into smaller groups of features offered and wanted, then start checking the sites features and sleep on it. Sign up with the one that matches YOUR needs the most.
If you have any questions related to photography or if you would like more information on finding the best online photo management and sharing systems I’ll make one last suggestion, a visit with a free site called Photo Coach where they answer all questions photography related, one at a time and for free.