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Old Feb 9, 2009, 2:24 PM   #31
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You can go ahead and use my image hosting service. You can choose to upload the image private or public. You receive links to post on forums, blogs, and direct and there is no upload limit. I created the site because I upload large high quality pictures all the time and need something to handle what I'm uploading.

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Old Dec 5, 2009, 4:38 AM   #32
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Hi Peoples,

I am kinda new here and was just wondering if there are any good sites that I can upload my pictures to and then to post them here.

I aint no pro but I would like to here comments on some of the shots that I think are good, be it snap shots or stuff I try to compose.

So for a start a free site would be nice, and then maybe a paying service one a bit later down the road.

Just a few suggestions as I realize i cant post a photo here without such a service!

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You can upload them there easy + they host all you want FREE. It creates a public link for all photos you submit that you can copy/paste here.
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 5:21 AM   #33
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I often use www.flikr.com
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 5:38 AM   #34
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I often use www.flikr.com
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Old May 1, 2010, 3:45 PM   #35
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I'm still a bit new here and so this is probably old info, but I went in search of a photo-sharing site and found this list that was helpful (though I still haven't really chosen a site, lol). But it does give a good list with info on each of 10 different sites.

http://tomuse.com/top-10-best-free-o...ring-services/
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Old Nov 20, 2010, 9:30 AM   #36
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To those of you who use photobucket I will warn you that your pics will be flat once there uploaded. I was very disappointed to process my pics only to see them upload looking flat. Photobucket has editing tools that you have to use to reprocess your pics.
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Old Nov 23, 2010, 12:49 PM   #37
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I have tried a few of these as well, I use DropGallery now tho. It is free and super easy to use. And you can make folders public or share them with specific people.
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Old Nov 25, 2010, 10:35 AM   #38
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To those of you who use photobucket I will warn you that your pics will be flat once there uploaded. I was very disappointed to process my pics only to see them upload looking flat. Photobucket has editing tools that you have to use to reprocess your pics.
Can't say that I have experienced the same issue. Here is an example:
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To those of you who use photobucket I will warn you that your pics will be flat once there uploaded. I was very disappointed to process my pics only to see them upload looking flat. Photobucket has editing tools that you have to use to reprocess your pics.
Could be. IIRC when I set up my photobucket account there was a file size limit on free accounts. Possibly if you exceed that, they downsize with auto software, sort of like what the forum software here does.

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Just a suggestion... I use http://www.pixbin.us
I got sick of registering and and maintaining an account and/or albums (keeping them sorted) on various services so I created this site for myself....all I wan't to do is quickly upload a photo, show it to someone and then not need to worry about it any more and just let the image self destruct on it's own.
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