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  1. #1
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    Question Who offers the best online gallery package?

    1. I want to be able to hyperlink images to message boards/ebay.
    2. I do not care about buying prints.
    3. Cosmetically appealing would be nice but not a must.
    4. I would like to have the option to password protect certain albums if needed.

  2. #2
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    Album

    For your purposes www.fotki.com
    organizeable albums and presentation is decent and as far as I know UNLIMITED space and original photos meaning (no recompression)

  3. #3
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    I use the one in my signature it has a free trial and is 25 bucks a years for 1500 pictures and unlimited bandwidth.
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    Gene
    http://grc225.zenfolio.com/
    http://imageevent.com/grc6
    one of these days I'll understand!

    Panasonic FZ20 & FZ30,FZ18
    D50 -- D80

  4. #4
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    imageshack is my favoutie but photos only less than a meg... I just lower the jpeg quality or res in PS.... godd enough for showing in galleries though, and its free

  5. #5
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    I used imagestation a long time ago and at the time they didn't allow hyperlinking. Maybe they changed their policy since then.

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by farqwar
    I used imagestation a long time ago and at the time they didn't allow hyperlinking. Maybe they changed their policy since then.
    Neither of the sites mentioned are Sony's site.

    http://imageevent.com/
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    Gene
    http://grc225.zenfolio.com/
    http://imageevent.com/grc6
    one of these days I'll understand!

    Panasonic FZ20 & FZ30,FZ18
    D50 -- D80

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
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    Lincoln.ne.us
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    everyone will post their favorite.

    i will do the same.

    a "polished presentation" of your photos here:
    http://www.flickr.com

    a more rudimentary personal photo collection site:
    http://photobucket.com
    Panasonic/Leica/Lumix FZ-50K (28-Sep-2006)
    Panasonic/Leica/Lumix FZ-20K (15-Mar-2005 - 28-Sep-2006)
    Canon AE-1 (05-May-1980 : 1-Feb-05)
    Nikon TC-E17ED, Olympus Tcon 17
    Canon 100mm-300mm

  8. #8
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    Jul 2004
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    Thumbs up No one mentioned Smugmug?

    Quote Originally Posted by farqwar
    1. I want to be able to hyperlink images to message boards/ebay.
    2. I do not care about buying prints.
    3. Cosmetically appealing would be nice but not a must.
    4. I would like to have the option to password protect certain albums if needed.
    Very easy to use, and visually great posting site, that lets you link to forums like this one, don't have to downsize photos to upload, just a joy to use. http://www.smugmug.com - If you decide to use it, please use my e-mail as a referral: JohnReed@circuitexpert.com
    Let a be your umbrella!

  9. #9
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    Apr 2005
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    One of the best hosting site

    I am looking for a good hosting site too. After visiting several sites, including those posted here, I like PBase.com the most so far: very fast, larger photo size, and affortable prices (about $25 a year). Many great artistic photos are hosted there.

    http://www.pbase.com/

    If I'm a professional photographyer and money is not an issue, I would choose this one, which costs $20 per month http://www.foliolink.com/


    I find Smugmug.com slow in displaying photos and the photo size is smaller than PBase.com.

  10. #10
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    Dec 2004
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    Thumbs up Galler packages

    I use Smugmug and it has a lot of great features. You can even use photos with journal entries alongside. Has unlimited room, you can allow many levels of safety...... And it will not break the bank.
    Ciao

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