“Some time ago, I switched to Google’s Picasa Web Albums online photo management software. Although it’s simple to use, Picasa Web has been missing too many features for too long, and after Google locked me out of their software for a few days due to a bug of some sort, and their iPhoto plug-in stopped working, I decided it was time to start checking out the alternatives. I have played with a few services, and judged them based on a number of criteria. I’ve tested the following services: Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Zoto, Zooomr, SmugMug, Photobucket, Facebook, and MySpace. Read on for my initial results.”
A Review of Online Photo Services
2007-10-03 Graphics 12 Comments
It could not be suitable as a photo sharing site (it doesn’t have the most part of features in the article), but since myspace is included I think deviantart should be mentioned, at least because it is one of the sites with more talented photographers in the net.
(For the records, you know, somebody could not need uploading 2500 photos, sliding shows, batch capabilities, etc…)
How on Earth wasn’t Zenfolio mentioned?
It’s amongst, if not the biggest photo hosting out there, and it’s very good. Nice clean interface, easy, unlimited storage for your photos and some stupid amount of transfer rate a month for about $50AU/year.
I just finished testing out a lot of those myself recently, Zenfolio was definitely the highest recommended and best to use.