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Opinions on free photo sharing websites

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    Hey guys,

    I'm looking for a free website where I can share photos and small videos that works well with cell phones. Ideally, I would like to be able to send a link via text message that will go directly to the photo specified without any login prompt. The cell phone I'm sending to has really small size limitations on email attachments. Photobucket appears to do this, but apparently only to certain phones or carriers. Didn't work for the person I was trying to send to. Anyone have any recommendations?

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    You can use Flickr, Photobucket or Slickpick. If you say photobucket didn't do the work, then try flickr its the most popular provides a link to the image.

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    Flickr has now grown much better with consistent efforts from yahoo.It' s most amazing feature is the 1 TB storage that it offers !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramitzar View Post
    1 TB storage
    You sure? Is that paid or free? And if its free is there an option to keep the pictures private? And any idea what the max file size and does it lower the resolution or are we allowed to keep the files untouched?

    I do have a flickr account but I havent used it for years.

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    From what I remember Flickr was free! With the 1TB storage they may have started taking charges.

    I have never liked sharing my photos with anyone, which is why I never use photo sharing websites. I have seen other peoples pictures on Flickr, so photos are visable to everyone, unless there is an option for privacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    You sure? Is that paid or free? And if its free is there an option to keep the pictures private? And any idea what the max file size and does it lower the resolution or are we allowed to keep the files untouched?

    I do have a flickr account but I havent used it for years.
    yup it's free.just check out the details here : http://www.flickr.com/help/limits/

    It enables us to share pics with size upto 200 MB, hd videos,create collections, add sharing filters like public, private, family, friends and doesn' t need a sign up if u already have a yahoo a/c.

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    So basically you need to have a yahoo account to use Flickr. So initially yes you need to signup.

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    I used to use Flickr a lot and share photos with my family members who live abroad. But because of facebook I don't use it anymore.

    Has anything changed on Flickr, has it got any better?

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