Easy Photo Printing Helps You Share Family History

There are many ways to share family history. Some like to collect letters, or speak with older relatives and write down what they say. Others like to use audio recordings to create a bank of narratives of family stories. Still others simply like to collect photos and carefully place them in photo albums, with a short note or entry included.

All of these methods alone are great – they are attempts to preserve the past. But all of these methods alone still fall short of truly capturing a family’s history.

The best of all three worlds would be to have a written document, with audio recordings available, and photos included for easy browsing. Now, some might say that video accomplishes this task. However, who has time to sit through a video? Who really wants to? Videos are something like slideshows of the past. In a bygone era, people used to take photo slides of their vacations. Then, they’d invite friends and neighbors over to view their hours long presentation. Virtually no one enjoyed those sessions.

Video is much the same way. Even sites like YouTube feature videos that are extremely short – at the most three to five minutes. After that, you lose everyone’s interest.

So, if you can’t really show a video that’s much longer than five minutes and expect everyone to pay attention, how are you going to record the entire history of a family on video?

That’s why easy photo printing sites are so important when it comes to preserving memories. However, most of those only allow you to upload photos and write some text about the photos.

You can create a lovely story book or photo album complete with pictures and written words. You can have these printed, and delivered to family members who can review them in their free time, at a pace they are comfortable with. When you visit their homes, you can sit with them and – perhaps over a cup of coffee – you can look at your family’s history and reminisce to your hearts’ content.

That’s great … but you’re still only two-thirds of the way there. You still have to capture the audio.

There are very few sites that allow you to add audio to your photos. Search “easy photo sharing” or “easy photo printing” to find some.

Now, some people may not want to create audio stories. It can be difficult to get the recordings you need. However, saving some voices is better than saving none. Imagine hearing the voice of your grandfather again, telling one of your favorite stories that you remember from childhood, or perhaps giving you words of wisdom that may have been lost to memory.

Whether you decide to include audio in your family history or not, at least you know the resource is available. The most important thing is that you preserve family memories that are precious to you, and will be even more precious to your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Ball of Bokehliciousness
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Image by jonasbg
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It’s Easy to Access Free Online Photo Storage

Accessing Free Online Photo Storage Space

A lot of websites on the Internet promise you a lot of different things, but they don’t always make it easy to get them. Some websites are simply not very user friendly, and even if they offer things like free online photo storage space, you may have some trouble figuring out how to access it. Fortunately, many of these sites work similarly, so if you understand one, you shouldn’t have any trouble understanding most of the others.

The first thing you’ll likely have to do on any photo sharing and storage website is sign up for a new account. If you’ve been on the Internet for any length of time, then you’ll already know the drill. You’ll most likely have to enter your name, date of birth, and possibly some other basic information. Then, you’ll choose a user name and password. In some cases, your username will simply be your email address. You should be sure to choose a password that is appropriately difficult to crack. You wouldn’t want some malicious person to get in and delete all of your photos.

Once you’ve chosen a password, you’ll probably be given an opportunity to sign up for some sort of newsletter from the website. It’s up to you if you want to take part – but it may be worthwhile if you plan to use the site often. You can learn about upcoming features and useful tips through newsletters such as these.

Once you’ve signed up for the service, you may need to go through an additional step to verify it. Usually, the site will send you an email with a link in it. Following the link should activate your account. In some cases you won’t need to go through this step. Either way, you’ll probably find yourself at site’s main menu at this point. From here, uploading your pictures into the site’s free online photo storage should be a snap.

Look for an option that offers you the ability to “upload” or “import” your photos. If you can’t find such an option from the main menu, you may need to find some sort of main photo subsection first. Once you’ve located the option to upload your photos, most of the work is done. The interface that actually allows you to perform uploads will vary from site to site, but chances are it will be familiar to your operating system’s standard file manipulation interface. You can probably just drag and drop photos, or even entire folders, from your hard drive on to the website’s free online photo storage space. The number of pictures you can upload at once will vary depending on the site. On some photo sharing sites, you can upload hundreds of photos at a time.

Once you’ve reached that point, its simply an issue of waiting for the upload process to finish. If you have a lot of photos to upload, it could take awhile. Just be patient, or consider leaving your computer to the task overnight. Once it’s finished, you can start with another batch if you like. You can have your whole collection uploaded in no time.

MJ Johnston writes for a variety of websites, including Hoorray, a photo sharing site that offers the quickest and easiest way to enjoy free online photo sharing and a free online photo album.

Mass Photo Share!!!!Woooo
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Using iCloud Photo Sharing (#1110)

http://macmost.com/e-1110 iCloud Photo Sharing is a quick and easy way to share photos with friends. You can create a share album that others can add to, or just view. You can also make the album available on the Web where people without the Photos app or even Macs can view the photos. It is easy to add or remove photos. However, the options are limited so you may need to use another service if you want more.
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History Of Easy Photo Printing

History of photo printing

It’s amazing that photo printing – something that used to involve a lot of time and effort – can now be referred to as “photo printing.” Just a few short years ago, getting a photo print meant going through a wide variety of steps, not the least of which involved buying film, taking it to the processor, getting back a bunch of prints you really didn’t want, etc.

In fact, it has gone beyond simple convenience. photo printing is partly responsible for a worldwide surge in creativity. People who never thought of themselves as creative are now taking digital pictures, uploading them to the web and then outputting their work with photo printing.

This is all thanks to the technological innovations in the digital age. Just a few years ago, we were all still fumbling with loading film in camera. (Ever load it backwards? Or forget to load it completely? Don’t be ashamed, most of us did both at one time or another.) No matter who you are or where you live, it’s hard to escape the digital photographic boom that’s happening online.

photo printing – not so easy in 1839

Think back to the very old days of photography – it began in 1839 and was isolated to people who understood how chemicals interacted. It took most of a day and a lot of preparation to get just a couple of photos – so much for photo printing.

The type of “photo printing” process they used in 1839 is still very similar to what is used today. It’s basically a five-step process that requires a darkroom, multiple trays filled with chemicals, some a bit dangerous, expensive equipment, and a lot of time.

Now there is a place for this type of photo printing – for people who really enjoy the process, artists who want to get a certain effect, hobbyists, etc. People still have film cameras, darkrooms, light sensitive paper, and lots of fun exploring this fascinating art form. It truly has its rewards. However, in this day and age, it is not photo printing.

Innovation brings photo printing to the masses

Photography started to really change in about 1900, with the introduction of simple cameras that were really just black boxes with a lens and film. The advent of these cameras was the first revolution in photo printing and photography – at last this highly expressive art form was open to the masses.

photo printing was within reach to anyone who could afford to buy the camera and process the film. Since the cameras only cost about $ 1 – a lot in those days but still affordable – many people who had never taken a picture before in their life were snapping pictures like crazy.

The next innovation in photo printing didn’t happen until the 1940s with the advent of the “land camera.” At first glance, this camera looked simple – but what it could do revolutionized the way we defined photo printing.

These land cameras could produce a picture on the spot. You simply took the picture and waited for the print to come out of the camera. When it did, you just had to let it sit for a minute or two, and voila, you had photo printing, right then and there!

There were drawbacks, however. The picture’s came in a small size, and if you touched the print too soon, it smudged. The camera was really just a way to get fast, photo printing into the marketplace.

Internet revolutionizes photo printing

Not much changed until the Internet boom of the 1990s, but even then, digital photography was just a few years behind Internet technology. But when the camera technology caught up, the combination of digital photography and the world wide web was unstoppable. In the early 2000s, more and more websites offering photo printing services cropped up.

Now, you can simply go online, upload your photos to a photo sharing website, and then have your photos printed and delivered directly to your door. And the quality is amazing – probably better than what a standard film processor could have ever offered in the old days.

Of course, since the technology folks are constantly looking for ways to innovate and make our lives easier, it’s a sure bet that even more methods for photo printing will appear in the near future.

Carey Paris develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray.com, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Ghastly Arches
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Image by Lenny K Photography
Not sure why I’m posting this photo but I guess I just wanted to demonstrate the effects of ‘compression’. For this photo taken at the South Bank Parklands Brisbane, I used an 85mm f/1.8 lens to squeeze the arches together much like how a photographer would stack layers of mountains together. This gives the photo more of a compressed feel as opposed to using a wide angle lens to stretch the perspective out.

After getting back home, I then threw the photo into Lightroom and processed it in black and white. I used abit of split toning to change the traditional monotone look by adding a slight blue tinge to the shadows and a rustic brown tone to the highlights.

Photo is shared under CC and is free to download, use and play around with as always 🙂

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Holiday Photo Sharing Made Easy

You took the tree down, put the candles away, and stored the holiday lights. Back to the bustle of the post holiday rush – back to work, back to school, back to the real world!

If you’re like most people, you took a lot of pictures during your festivities and travels. You can see those wonderful, magical moments in your mind’s eye. Of course, those memories will fade over time. In fact, they probably have already.

You may still have those pictures stored in your camera – a lot of people do that until they get a “memory full” alert. Or, if you’ve managed to move them over to your computer, their may be sitting there, eating up memory on your hard drive while your memories of the holidays fade. If you’re really on the ball, you may have uploaded your photos to an online photo sharing site already.

Wherever you’re at in the process, you’re just steps away from bringing those memories back to life. Just think how much fun it will be to take a look at the end of the old year as you head into the new year! Doing so will help cement these wonderful memories in your mind even more.

If you’re photos are still on your camera, take a moment while reading this article to get your camera and upload them to your computer. It’s easy – just use the USB cable that came with your camera and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.

If you’ve already loaded your photos onto your computer, then take a moment now to sign up for an easy photo sharing site. Just do a search on the Internet for “easy photo sharing” – plenty will appear for you to choose from. If you already belong to one of these services, great! Once you’ve signed onto the easy photo sharing site, just follow the instructions to upload you photos.

Once you’re photos are uploaded – and you may have done this long ago (if so, congratulations!) – take a minute to think about who might like to see you photos. If it’s someone with an email address, just follow the instructions at your photo sharing site and send them a few of your favorite photos. If it’s someone without and email address, then order a few prints for them and have the prints delivered directly to their home.

Either way, you’ll be brightening someone’s day in a very special way. You’ll jog their memory and they’ll recall all the fun times they had with you. Easy photo sharing is a great way to strengthen the bonds of friendship, and keep family ties alive.

Think a little outside the box when you think about holiday sharing. Is there an aunt who you email occasionally? She’d probably love to see how your holidays went. Is there someone you used to be close with years ago, but have lost touch? Then, by all means if it’s appropriate, email or mail them a picture from your holiday celebrations.

Even the holidays are past, you can continue to spread good cheer with easy photo sharing!

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Sunset Sunday – 26
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Image by Just Used Pixels
This looks best embiggened on black. Click on photo or hit your L key.

A couple of quick notes. First, since this is my 26th Sunset Sunday that means I’ve been doing Sunset Sundays here on flickr for 6 months or half a year. Second, as I was driving home tonight at about 9:00 pm the temperature outside was around 7 F (-14 C). I thought this photo I took a few nights ago helped illustrate how really cold it is. Since this may be one of the whitest sunsets you’ll ever see, I titled it White Space.

Every Sunday is Sunset Sunday on my Photostream. I invite you to join in on the fun and post your own sunset (or sunrise) on Sunday and then share it with us here. Sunset Sundays are the only days I invite you to share your own photo in your comments here. Please keep it to only one and one that you’ve posted this Sunset Sunday.

Now let’s get out there and get some beautiful sunset/sunrise shots and share them every Sunday.

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Top 4: Photobucket
http://www.photobucket.com/
Top 3: Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/
Top 2: Imgur
http://imgur.com/
Top 1: Instagram
http://instagram.com/

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Go Online For Easy Photo Sharing

The Internet has revolutionized all of our lives in so many ways. One of the most visible examples is easy photo sharing – with the click of a button, you can send a picture to a friend or relative on the opposite side of the world in a matter of seconds.

When selecting a photo sharing website, look for one that gives you the easiest way to share photos online. It should be designed primarily with easy photo sharing in mind. Research shows that the first thing people want from an online photo services is safety – a secure place to save their cherished photos. People also want a site that allows easy photo sharing. Once they know their photos are safe, they want to share them with family and friends quickly and easily.

The best services will let you get to sharing very quickly. It should be as simple as deciding which photos you want to share, clicking a button, and then sending the photo to the people in your life. You should never have to attach a file to an email. Also, you should look for easy photo sharing sites that allow you to share an entire folder filled with hundreds of photos, if you so choose.

The other feature to look for in a complete easy photo sharing site is the ability to do more than just share photos. You should be able to create and print Keepsakes such as photo albums, calendars, cards, and story books. Then, you can either order and print these items and have them delivered to yourself or a friend, or you can share them electronically.

Many of the popular photo sharing sites allow you to save your photos, but make it difficult to keep your photos private. Easy photo sharing sites that put you first will allow you to keep your photos private. There are some that do not allow you to create keepsakes, and others who simply want to upsell you to as many keepsakes or prints as possible.

In order to experience truly easy photo sharing, you want to look for a site that gives you the best of both worlds – a fast way to save and share your photos, and an easy way to create keepsakes you’ll be proud to share with family and friends.

After all, there’s really nothing like easy photo sharing for staying in touch with the people in your life. A quality website will allow you to share on many different levels. Whether you simply want to quickly send a photo from a fun weekend to a friend, or take a little more time and create a memorable keepsake that you print, the easy photo sharing website you choose should allow you the freedom and creativity to do as you please.

There are many sites that will do this. So take a look around on the Internet. And remember to upload your photos to a couple different easy photo sharing sites to test them out. Then, you’ll be able to find the one you like.

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Sunset Sunday
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Image by Just Used Pixels
Flickr and every other photo sharing site is full of examples of why it is important to look around you when shooting the sunset. Taking your eye off the sun setting in the west is sometimes the smartest thing you can do.

Every Sunday is Sunset Sunday on my Photostream. I invite you to join in on the fun and post your own sunset (or sunrise) on Sunday and then share it with us here. Sunset Sundays are the only days I invite you to share your own photo in your comments here. Please keep it to only one and one that you’ve posted this Sunset Sunday.

Now let’s get out there and get some beautiful sunset/sunrise shots and share them every Sunday.

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What Is Easy Photo Sharing?

There are quite a few photo sharing sites on the Internet these days. But just because some have millions of users, does that make them ideal for easy photo sharing?

It depends on what you want to do. If you want to show your photos to the whole world, then a site that touts open sharing is right for you. However, if you consider your photos to be private between you and your family and friends, then you’ll want to look for a site that is built for easy photo sharing, but allows you to easily restrict who can and cannot see your photos.

Easy photo sharing is more than just transferring or scanning your photos into your computer and uploading them to a sharing site. There are lots of sites that allow you to do that. The thing you need to watch out for is what happens to your photos once they’re on the photo sharing website, and does the site really feature easy photo sharing.

A brief history of easy photo sharing

The very early easy photo sharing sites appeared in the mid to late 1990s, but were mostly created to provide online print ordering. More appeared in the early part of this century, primarily to provide centralized access to photos.

At the same time, desktop photo management systems appeared. These were not Internet based, and still aren’t. They provide a way to manage photos on your computer, and sometimes have links to online storage sites.

A true easy photo sharing site will allow you to easily share your photos across the Internet with the people of your choice. Exposing all your photos for the entire world to see is not really sharing – it’s really more like a neighborhood open house for your photos and lacks the intimacy of sending a photo to a friend or relative.

Getting your photos onto an easy photo sharing site

Of course, photo sharing starts with a camera. Whether it’s a camera phone or a high-end digital Single Lens Reflex camera, you need to take the picture before you can share the picture. You may have some older prints around the house that you’d like to digitize and save to an easy photo sharing site.

With that in mind, a true easy photo sharing site will feature easy one step scanning and whole folder uploads.

With one step scanning, all you do is place your photo on your scanner and push a button. With whole folder uploads, you can upload hundreds of photos all at once, rather than browsing them in one at a time. With these two features, you can get the photos you want online as fast as possible, so you can start sharing them with the people you care about.

Free membership or paid subscription?

Many easy photo sharing sites require membership. But some will allow you to upload as many as 500 photos free, no membership required. If you have a digital camera, you likely already know that you will reach the upper limits of any free membership very quickly.

Some sites also put a limit on the maximum size of the photos you can upload. This is very inconvenient as the upload process will be stopped or paused as photos that are too large are kicked out of the process. Sites that put limits on the size of individual photos cannot be referred to as easy photo sharing sites.

Easy photo sharing means more than just sending an email

Sites that offer printing services are also convenient. Most do, and many offer roughly the same price and quality, so pay particular attention to how easy it is to order the prints, how easy it is to upload your photos, customer service, shipping options, etc. How well a site handles these services is an indication of whether or not it is an easy photo sharing site.

Also, true easy photo sharing sites will allow you to create, print and share photo albums, story books, greeting cards, calendars, and other photo gifts. These items should be easy to create, and feature high quality, both in terms of service and the finished product you receive.

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

A Birthday Celebration Made Special With Easy Photo Sharing

I never really considered myself to be a creative type. I’m not a great writer and my sense of design leaves a lot to be desired. All it took was an important upcoming anniversary celebration, a little inspiration, and a lot of help from an online photo sharing service to get my creative juices really flowing.

Let me explain.

A few weeks ago, I was planning for my father’s 75th birthday bash. I got the idea to make a beautiful scrapbook, filled with a lifetime of precious memories. I even found a few photos of him when he was about two years old that would make a perfect collage. I knew that Dad would really get a big kick out of it, but I was just a bit intimidated. And to make matters worse, the photos were frayed and yellow. No amount of creative spark could brighten up these photos.

A great idea was about to go sour. But then a friend of mine suggested I try one of the easy photo sharing services. And it made all the difference in the world!

Right off the bat, I realized there was no better or easier way to share your photos. After uploading all my old family favorites to the site, I realized they were safe and secure forever. And I was able to get other family members, some of who lived in hundreds of miles away, to include their special photo memories in my budding scrapbook too. And it was done instantly. So I saved an enormous amount of time!

But here’s the really good part.

The online photo sharing site had all sorts of quick tips and suggestions on how to make my presentation come alive. In no time, I added a border here, a banner there, and –voila — I created a fantastic slide show!

And here’s one more thing. I was able to add my own voice recording along with a few poignant words to add a whole new dimension to my trip down memory lane. Just search “easy photo sharing” and you’ll find a site that does audio.

As for the slide show, it was big hit! Everyone shared some laughs and some tears. And Dad, tough on the outside but always the big softie, well, he cried like a baby. It was beautiful!

So here’s my advice: The best way to share fun memories is online. Don’t be scared away form online photo sharing just because you’ve never used a computer or because you’re intimidated by new technology. The fact is, they do all the work for you. Just upload your photos you want to share, then use their automated sharing feature to send the link to our family or friends.

And a little imagination goes a long way. Easy photo printing also makes for a thoughtful gift. You’ll be surprised how easy and how much fun it is to create a photo album or a photo story book you’ll be proud of.

So throw away that old shoe box. Take down your favorite photos from the fridge. Start saving and start sharing your precious memories online.

You’ll love it!

CJ Carroll has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Double Rainbow
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Image by `James Wheeler
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A double rainbow over the blueberry fields of Pitt Meadows earlier this year.

Commercial stock photo licences and fine art prints can be purchased directly from my website.

For non-commercial use under creative commons licence please link back to my website (NOT FLICKR) @ www.souvenirpixels.com/photo-blog/double-rainbow

Easy Photo Sharing Helps With Fundraising

The Internet has really made a huge difference in how fast you can get the word out about anything and everything. That’s a wonderful thing, and one area where easy photo sharing really comes in handy is with fundraising.

As long as you have an email list that people have opted in to (given you their permission to mail), there are so many different, creative ways you can tell folks about an event. If you’ve never considered easy photo sharing as a way to spread the word, here are a few tips on how you can.

Slide shows. If you’re having a silent auction, easy photo sharing is a great way to spread the word about the items you are auctioning off. First, take photos of the items you are auctioning off, especially the ones that photograph well.

Then, go to one of the easy photo sharing websites on the Internet and upload your photos. It’s simple and the best easy photo sharing sites have tutorials. Once you have your photos uploaded, use their tools to create a slide show of the items you have for auction.

Once you have your slideshow prepared, simply use your email list to invite people to review the items for sale at your silent auction. You can ask that people on your list forward the email to their friends and relatives. This will generate some talk about your event, and get people excited about the items you have for sale.

Photo albums. If your child is active in sports, be sure to take a season’s worth of digital images of all the games, some of the practices, and social events the team holds. Then, upload your photos to an easy photo sharing site.

You can also have the kids on the team take their own digital photos, and have them sent to you. This will help make the album more personal. Once you’re photos are uploaded, use the site to create an online photo album. Creating an online album at an easy photo sharing site won’t take more than a couple of hours of your time. It can include all the fun times from the past season. Be sure to feature all the team members in the album with their own special photo.

Once you have the album created, you can send an announcement to the team telling them the album is for sale. Encourage the people on the list to let grandparents, aunts and uncles and other relatives know that the album is for sale. This will help spread the word and bring sales in from non-team members.

Have orders placed through you, and charge slightly more than what the album costs through the easy photo sharing site – this will be the profit for the team. Be sure to include shipping charges in your price, and be sure to ask for and receive prepayment. Place the orders and have the items shipped directly to the person who ordered the album. That way, you’re involvement and work is simplified.

A little imagination, combined with an easy photo sharing site, can go a long way to generating income for your fundraiser!

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

Rocks Rocks Rocks
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Image by Oliver Winter
Havent been sharing too many photos lately, flickr expires for me in November. What to do, what to do.

Anyway, I took a photo of some rocks and some water.

How to use photo sharing easy Websites

The free photos sharing website with the picture sharing website allow brands, business and individuals to post their digital photos online. This means that other people will be able to view such images on the social networking in easy way and this is distributed on the internet. The Photo sharing easy offers the best alternative to the website alternative. This increases the web presence and it saves the bandwidth of the main site. The use of this site is also the best way to get the backup of the images on the files. However, the problem with the use of such sites is that there are some advertisements from a third party that will be available on your album but not ours!.
You can find many sites over the internet now. Sometime you may assume that they are all the same but this is not the case. There are some hosts who are not going to add any commercials ads on your pages and this will set your photos away from the crowd. Some software are easy to use and they accept the files away from the cellular phones, emails or easy to drag or drop interface on the computer. Some sites will not limit the amount of the photographs which are shared on the png, jpg and gif. The best storage is the best thing that you can do for your business and group. If you want to get access to more features, you can upgrade the accounts which are going to add ability in offering downloads and to increase the monthly uploads that you can use. There is no easier way that you can get your pictures online than using this site.
In case there is a spam, the message will include the unique image urls which are specific to its message. The url can track down the ID so the host is going to identify the exact message sent and the recipient the message is intended to. This is the reason why the email reading system cannot show the images as the default in order to protect a reader against having to read the spam that are tracked by an email sender.
Some of the sites are free of charge and they may not even require the registration. Most of the free images hosts are supported by the advertisement especially on the top page. The use of the advertisement has helped the bandwidth and the image size to increase. You can also find some storage services which offer also the paid services. The storage and features which are offered are improved for the paid options but the cost is still less compared to web hosting for the websites. The paid service allows the users to protect their photos by the use of a password.

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Vancouver Dusk
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The Vancouver skyline from Stanley Park around dusk.

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Organizing Your Digital Images For Easy Photo Sharing

“Digital photography is great because you can take as many pictures as you want and have many, many different options to choose from. Different exposures, angles, backgrounds, etc.”

“Digital photography is horrible because you can take as many pictures as you want and have many, many different options to choose from. Different exposures …”

Choice is a wonderful thing, until you’re presented with too many choices. Then, it becomes a laborious burden filled with “what ifs” and “but if we pick this one, then.” There’s nothing like too many choices to awaken the two headed monster of self-doubt and procrastination.

Digital photography has given shutterbugs a whole lot more choices. Depending on the size of the memory card in your camera and the resolution size of your photos, you could have hundreds of pictures to review after just one afternoon in the park with your children.

So to avoid feeling overwhelmed by all those un-viewed photos on you camera, here are a few tips for picking the best one:

Don’t fear the delete button. First, review the photos on you camera. This will save time when you upload them to your computer. As you’re reviewing, delete any picture that is simply bad. Whether it’s a poor exposure or just a really awful expression, don’t be afraid to get rid of the picture. Take control – become a photo editor, and become a discerning one at that. If you waffle in the least, you’ll waste time and effort.

Separate the keepers from the sleepers. OK, you’ve whittled 100 photos of your 1-year-old on the swing down to 62. Great work. You’re making progress. After uploading the photos to your computer, create two separate files for the photos. Give the files similar names, such as “Day at the Park A” and “Day at the Park B.” This next step is critical: Reserve file “A” for only put the most absolutely stunning and beautiful pictures. Tip: Think magazine cover. Would you want the picture to be displayed on the cover of a magazine. If there’s any doubt, simply put the photo into file “B.” You’re not eliminating it – you’re just setting it aside for the moment.

Upload them all to the Internet. The last step is the easiest. After you’ve separated the wheat from the chaff, upload them all to an easy photo sharing site. You’ll have separted the files, so when you go to share them, you can start with file “A” and know with confidence that you are sending friends and relatives the best pictures. And if you want to send grandma everything (and you’d better!), you have file “B” to draw from.

Don’t be shy about signing up of for a membership to one of the many wonderful easy photo sharing sites that are on the Internet today, if you haven’t already done so. And don’t be shy about spending a few extra bucks for a membership upgrade. It’s well worth the one or two dollars a month to know that ALL your photos will be protected and safe. After all, there’s no way to recreate that special afternoon you spent with your child – isn’t that why you took hundreds of photos in the first place?

Matt Smolsky develops marketing programs and has written articles for a variety of clients, including Hoorray, a new website for easy photo sharing and easy photo printing.

High Altitude Milky Way
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At 4000 meters altitude on the Tibetan plateau the milky way is so clear it feels like you can reach out and touch it. This was taken on my recent 150 km trek around Anme Machen in Qinghai province, China. It took me 5 days to walk the 150 km and well worth the blisters. Amazing experience and photos. Would you walk 150 km to see and capture this type of scene?

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