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  1. #1
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    May 2006
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    Good photoalbum, where?

    I'm looking for a good online photoalbum. Fast and free, without too much ads and it has to allow high(er) resolution pictures (min 2MP/900Kb).
    Atm. I'm using gallery and gallery 2, but I'm running out of space So now I'm looking for something similar.
    Gallery1: http://wutske.superihost.com/gallery
    Gallery2: http://wutske.superihost.com/6wewi/gallery2

    Any suggestions?

    Retired: Fuji A205S
    Current: Fuji F6500FD

    My album -> http://wutske.deviantart.com/
    My blog -> http://my.opera.com/wutske

  2. #2
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    Seems like I've found a pretty good solution
    Opera: http://my.opera.com/Wutske/albums/
    You can upload up to 300Mb (not only pictures) and it support uploading images in a zip file.
    Also has a blog, forum, ...

    I think I'll stick with that

    Retired: Fuji A205S
    Current: Fuji F6500FD

    My album -> http://wutske.deviantart.com/
    My blog -> http://my.opera.com/wutske

  3. #3
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    jup, now working with it to organise my pictures

    But I've just uploaded my album to cabspace: http://wutske.cabspace.com/album

    Retired: Fuji A205S
    Current: Fuji F6500FD

    My album -> http://wutske.deviantart.com/
    My blog -> http://my.opera.com/wutske

  4. #4
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    Jul 2005
    Location
    Fox Cities, Wisconsin
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    If you have a broadband connection and a spare older pc (333mhz or up), put together your own server. I have an 800mhz pc sitting in my basement running Ubuntu linux (free and easy to install), and Gallery2 software (also free and easy to install). I use no-ip.com for keeping my ip address updated, and I currently have close to 10,000 photos stored out there. Of course, some day the cable company may bust me, but I don't have thousands or hundreds or even dozens of people visiting. Just parents and kids from school that want to see photos from school. I may shoot 250 photos at an event, and I just dump them out in an album and let people wade thru them.
    Steve
    Canon S2IS and Canon A620

  5. #5
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    May 2006
    Location
    Kapellen, Antwerp, Belgium
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    Quote Originally Posted by sHanzek
    If you have a broadband connection and a spare older pc (333mhz or up), put together your own server. I have an 800mhz pc sitting in my basement running Ubuntu linux (free and easy to install), and Gallery2 software (also free and easy to install). I use no-ip.com for keeping my ip address updated, and I currently have close to 10,000 photos stored out there. Of course, some day the cable company may bust me, but I don't have thousands or hundreds or even dozens of people visiting. Just parents and kids from school that want to see photos from school. I may shoot 250 photos at an event, and I just dump them out in an album and let people wade thru them.
    Steve
    Canon S2IS and Canon A620
    That's indeed a good solution, but the computer will have to be up 24/7 and lately we always run out of bandwith at the end of the month (10Gb, 3 people using the connection)

    Retired: Fuji A205S
    Current: Fuji F6500FD

    My album -> http://wutske.deviantart.com/
    My blog -> http://my.opera.com/wutske

  6. #6
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    You can also look at Flickr (www.flickr.com).

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