The 10 Best Photo Storage and Sharing Sites

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Some good info but I have to agree with the comments about Photobucket- I'd forgotten what they did regarding forum posts with Photobucket pics. My beef is the barrage of ads they throw in there when unsuspecting people try to view my pictures (I found that out recently as I have adblock.. they don't - I need to check their machine...). So now I'm looking for something to be able to share with ANYONE- people who don't use FB or any other social media for that matter namely as well as somehow keeping it private- not to mention free (for the time being). I may as well write my own app....
 

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Shutterfly has unlimited photo storage at full resolution, for free, has an auto-upload app, and lets you print your photos on stuff like mugs and blankets (which is how they make their money).
 
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Flickr? For years they encouraged people to upload as many photos as they like…1TB of images for FREE. And that's back when a terabyte was a crazy big number. SmugMug (dumbest product name ever, btw) buys them and says "thanks. Now start paying us or we'll delete your images." I would not trust these people. Whatever the subscription fee is now, it'll be double that next year.
 
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Thanks for sharing useful post regarding Photo Sharing submission sites, Thank you so much for giving worthy information of Photo Sharing submission sitese list. It's an awesome site for Photo Sharing submission sites.At the same time All of the posts on your blog are having informative and valuable content. Once again thanks for putting out such content.
 
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Amazing how you say nothing of privacy controls and whether the site provider declares rights to the user's photos. C'mon, this is 2018. This stuff matters.
 
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From Flickr (Now owned by Oath). I had no idea, never was a big Flickr user, but now I never will be. Holy crap.

(From their Privacy Policy): This includes: analyzing content and information when you use our services (including emails, instant messages, posts, photos, attachments, and other communications), linking your activity on other sites and apps with information we have about you, and providing anonymized and/or aggregated reports to other parties regarding user trends.
 
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Be aware that Flickr cannot be relied upon to store your photos. I had a a paid for, ‘Pro’ acount with around 8000 followers and over 50,000,000 views. ONE person complained to Flickr about something, (I don’t know what or who, they won’t discuss it) and overnight, my account was gone. Even worse, they won’t refund the balance of my subscription!

Use it for fun if you like, but don’t pay them anything!
 
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Be aware that Flickr cannot be relied upon to store your photos. I had a a paid for, ‘Pro’ acount with around 8000 followers and over 50,000,000 views. ONE person complained to Flickr about something, (I don’t know what or who, they won’t discuss it) and overnight, my account was gone. Even worse, they won’t refund the balance of my subscription!

Use it for fun if you like, but don’t pay them anything!
@Borninthe40s, I'm born in the l8 50s,
photobucket's free account is now down to 250 images, along with the 2GB limit. I had 400+ small image <50KB file size images, had to delete many to get down to the 250 limit, not using that acct anymore, PB can eat **** and die-they've been going downhill for a decade or more.

Have Flickr(Yahoo group owned), didn't know that seemingly all 'alt-left' internet/social media giants + Google are censoring/deleting content + accts that don't match with their teams of censors' viewpoints. Instgram is the worst, but all are doing it now. Silicon Valley capitalistic(greed) under faux banner of 'socialism' at it's worst<the 'new normal' 'big brother/1984'...we get that along with 1C degree human contribution to climate change...all goin 2 end by 2012 anyway, according to AOC.
 
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