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"What are the best on-line photo album sites?"
I just discovered http://www.tabblo.com/studio.... I upload and edit my photos and can add captions.... I used it to make a wedding album for my niece and she and her husband loved it... You can share photo pages, print out copies or even order a print or book.
I used flickr.com before and I have to say, I found it very cumbersome to manage. It offers unlimited storage for a fee (which is nice) but it's really hard to organize. I will be interested in seeing what other sites people use as well.
hi everyone, a great place for help in shooting and processing photos and videos and making scrapbooks is http://www.endlessyears.com/ This site is specifically designed for boomers, answerng technical questions in the simplest way & it has tutorials on a lot of diferent topics.
I really like Kodak Gallery. Easy to use and share, and printing can be done directly or you can pick up at the local CVS. It's great.
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Just found two more very interesting photo sites. Photofunia.com is a blast! You can put your face into Mount Rushmore, on magazine covers, on the Mona Lisa, on a hundred dollar bill. I also like befunky.com. Their cool effects turn your photos in cartoons, stencils, sketches, charcoal drawings, woodcuts, etc. Both of these sites can make great gifts out of your favorite photos, or perfect covers for your on-line photo albums.
i like photobucket.com
I just signed up with www.mejuba.com. Unlimited storage for both videos and pictures and it's completly free. No monthly limits or qoutas.
Photos and videos are stored in their original formats and sizes and are kept unmodified for backup.
I also like that you can geo-tag your stuff so it shows up on a map. And you can search for stuff on the map - that's cool!.
As the only site i know of it uses a Windows Explorer like navigation with folders - super eacy to use - even has drag and drop!.
I can highly recommend it.
Shutterfly is an awesome one also- you can either upload your own photos or scrapbook pages or use their own pages. Their quality is really good also. and thry're always having sales!
Shutterfly.com or picnik.com
You can also use Picasa.
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