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    Cyburbian hilldweller's avatar
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    recommended image-hosting site?

    Looking for a good site to upload photos. Tried photobucket and think it really sucks. Any suggestions?

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    From http://www.cyburbia.org/forums/showthread.php?t=15518 :

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    This is just a sampling of the many image hosts online. The following image hosts do not require registration nor an email address. (Registration may be required for extra features on some sites.)

    CNET-AllYouCanUpload (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com)

    BAYIMG (http://bayimg.com)

    Free Image Hosting (http://www.freeimagehosting.net)

    ImageCloset (http://imagecloset.com)

    ImageDumpster (http://imagedumpster.com)

    ImagePup (http://www.imagepuup.com)

    ImageShack (http://reg.imageshack.us) - Perhaps the most popular image host. If you're a member of the Something Awful forums, you can't use it there.

    Image Socket (http://www.imagesocket.com)

    ImgPlace (http://www.imgplace.com)

    ImgRed (http://www.imgred.com) - Enter the original image URL, and add http://imgred.com/ before it. The image will be copied once to imgred.com, and from then on the image will always be served from imgred.com instead of the host site.

    ImageVenue (http://www.imagevenue.com/) - Upload up to five images at once.

    PaintedOver (http://paintedover.com) - Will display thumbnails only

    SaveFile (http://www.savefile.com/filehosting)

    TinyPic.com (http://tinypic.com) - Very short generated URL.

    TurboImageHost ()http://www.turboimagehost.com)

    Upload Engine (http://uploadengine.com)

    xs.to (http://xs.to)

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    Cyburbian Jen's avatar
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    I use Flickr, picasa and photobucket are others.

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    Cyburbian Jeff's avatar
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    Flickr is really good, I'm looking into Picasa. A google product so you know its gonna be pretty neat. Finds all the photos on your computer and uploads them for you.

    Could be a bad thing though

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