Post # 1
I’m really undecided on which photo sharing site to use! I did research on different sites in this post, but am still confused on what to do!
I’d prefer to not pay money, but if it means a better way to share, then I’d do it.
How did you collect guest photos? Did you use a photo sharing site? Which one & why? Was it hard to use?
Post # 4
I personally like flickr. It also makes it easy to post pics other places on the web if you want to, or download, or do basic edits. It’s free and anyone can access with a yahoo account.
Post # 5
I second to Flickr. Its free and pretty easy user interface.
Post # 6
We used a flickr pro account and are really happy with it. The pro account costs $24.95 for a year, but it gives you unlimited upload and storage (a free, non-pro account only lets you upload 100MB a year, which is only about 25 high res pics from a DSLR). Just provide your guests with your account ID and password, and they can upload directly to your account. It’s super easy to use. Most of our family doesn’t live in the same city as us, so we figured by the time we bought DVDs to burn copies of our pro photos and paid to ship them to out-of-towners, we’d have spent almost as much as the year subscription for a flickr pro account anyway.
Edit: I just went and read your excellent blog post – should have done that first! In response to your concern about people deleting pictures, we didn’t have that happen at all. I totally wouldn’t worry about it. You’ll be so excited to see everyone else’s pictures, that you’ll most likely look at them and download them to your computer soon after they’ve been posted anyway 🙂
Post # 8
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I’m definitely planning on using flikr. It’s the one I’ve heard being used most often, and I like that it’s free 🙂
Post # 9
I’ve also looked at Kodak (since my dad works there), and I think I can make my account (just made one to see what I can do) into one that people can upload pictures to. You can only upload 200 pics per album, but I think each multiple albums can be made, so each person could be able to make their own album of the wedding.
Post # 10
I just signed up with http://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.