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7 of the Most Popular Sites for Photo Sharing and Printing

 

I love taking photos; whether or not I’m the best at it is a discussion left for another time.  Luckily, my boyfriend is a photographer so I don’t have to freak out if I really need a great photo, but I’m not too shabby . . . I took the photo above of my pups, and I don’t think it’s horrible.  I definitely try to practice a lot and have invested in an SLR camera.  So yes, I’m taking photos regularly.

Babble has recently released a Digital Photography Guide that you need to check out if you are like me and trying to figure out what you are doing with a camera.  I’m covering seven of the most popular sites for photo sharing and printing.  I personally use Flickr and Picasa, but now I’m interested in trying a few others.  See them all (and learn more about them) after the jump.


  • Kodak Gallery 1 of 7
    Kodak Gallery
    Upload galleries and buy Kodak quality prints and more.
    Learn more here.
  • Snapfish 2 of 7
    Snapfish
    Share photos in group rooms, edit and buy photos on the cheap.
    Learn more here.
  • Flickr 3 of 7
    Flickr
    Yahoo-owned site makes photo and video sharing easy.
    Learn more here.
  • Shutterfly 4 of 7
    Shutterfly
    Share photos with family and then order photo gifts.
    Learn more here.
  • SmugMug 5 of 7
    SmugMug
    Offers unlimited storage and great tagging ability to make library searchable.
    Learn more here.
  • WalMart Photo Center 6 of 7
    WalMart Photo Center
    Uploading is easy and picking up photos is one of the conveniences.
    Learn more here.
  • Picasa 7 of 7
    Picasa
    Google product offers easy editing, sharing and integration into Gmail.
    Learn more here.

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