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Every time I travel or there's a family holiday, I end up with folders of digital pix on my computer that no one else ever sees. I'd like to post them somewhere that friends & familiy can access them. (The 'private collection' doesn't get shared. }(

 

Can anyone suggest the best place to do this?

 

Minimum requirements:

free (or very cheap)

ability to control access by individuals or groups

accessibility by 'invited' folks without an account

 

Any recommendations or feedback on Flickr, Picasa, etc.?

 

Thanks

 

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I use http://www.kodakgallery.com for that purpose

 

It's free of charge, user friendly, automatically adjust the size of your photos and

easily shared with your friends and family.

 

The galleries can be viewed without signing in or having an account with them,

however you have to sign up in order to upload pictures.

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If you want privacy stay away from photobucket. They scan each online gallery and delete, without warning, photos that THEY find objectionable. I know 5 people that have lost their collection to photobuckets far right censorship. Its kind of scary.

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Photo Sharing Sites

 

http://www.imagevent.com is a good site, although it costs $25 per year. You can post up to 1500 photos in as many albums as you like. Uploading is easy and fast, display is pleasant, clear, and large in size (rather than thumbnails), and you can control access. You can make some albums private and only those people to whom you give password can see the album. Others are open to the public. There is also ample room, if you desire, for descriptions or comments on photos. Viewers can enjoy the photos in a variety of ways - a page full of 4x6 inch images all at once, click individual photos to enlarge them to full screen, or slide show with automatic advance and size up to full screen.

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>If you want privacy stay away from photobucket. They scan each online gallery and delete, without warning, photos that THEY find objectionable. I know 5 people that have lost their collection to photobuckets far right censorship. Its kind of scary.

 

Thanks for the info. I didn't know PhotoBucket did that kind of screening and censoring.

 

My family and I have never had anything deleted from the site. But, the kind of stuff we post is definitely G-rated.

 

One thing I would also caution people about is to make sure you don't inadvertently include personal info in your pictures. I make sure that I don't post anything with a house sign / number, license plate, etc. I also make sure not include full names in the description. (I usually just use reference such as Joe and Mary, Sammy with the dog, etc.)

 

FYI, I have been very successful in making sure my face or "real" image doesn't appear on the internet. I've threatened my family and friends with dismemberment or worse if they ever post a pix of me on the web. I also make sure they have no objection to having me post pix of them.

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