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We will make the criteria based on popularity, cost, and the amount of storage…etc. Flickr is one of the most popular and oldest photosharing sites in the world. When I started sharing my photos, I chose it not only because of its popularity but also because of its community aspects.
Well, once you your photograph, you can add this photo to a community group, such as conceptual photographymacro photography and so on. Flickr is different from other photo sharing websites due to their large community and the variety of skill levels within that community. Variety in skill levels within the Flickr community allows you to photos without being judged. If you have an with more than a thousand pictures, they will be deleted for good. If you recall, old Flickr offered 1TB of space for free users, so this new free package is a far cry from what it used to be.
Instagram is a household name due to the social aspects of this photo sharing site. Plus their filters allow anyone to instantly edit and make their photos better. According to the latest research in the field of social media, Instagram has stolen the hearts of many— million, to be precise.
One way to utilize the power of this community is to use hashtags to get more exposure. Research shows that posts with at least one hashtag have Instagram is a great place to edit, showcase, and share your photos with your friends or the world.
If your lack of technical knowledge is holding you back from starting a blog, this is the right place for you to be. The biggest problem with blogging is finding an audience. PhotoBlog attempt to solve this issue by creating a social network for photobloggers. Unlike a standalone blog, your blog comes with an existing audience. Much like Instagram, you can like, follow, and comment on other blogs. It is definitely more fun to create stories from your photos than to just them somewhere!
Browse some of the posts here if you wondering how it works.
It has been encouraging their members to their best work since It is a place where you can gain exposure, connect with other photographers or find inspiration. How does it work? Once you your photograph, it will have a 24 hours lifespan in order to gain popularity. The more likes and comments you get, the more popular your photo becomes.
After 24 hours, if the photo has not gained enough popularity, it will be buried under thousands of other photos and has no chance of making it to the popular feed. Update : px has discontinued their marketplace since this article was first published. Unlike all the above websites mentioned, 1x. That means, after ing your photograph, is going to be approved or disapproved by a group of professional photographers.
Since there is a high reputation for the quality of images published, getting your photos on 1x.
All photos on 1x. Other useful features of this platform include critiquetutorialsand right-click download prevention. Irista is a photo sharing site create by Canon. It will help you to manage, store, and print your images. Irista features a quick er for Windows, Mac, Android, and iPhone. Besides, there is a powerful album-creating and tagging system allows you to separate images. When you sing up for a freeyou get 15GB of free space. Different pricing plans even have up to 10TB of space which lets you storage about hours of HD video.
Since the video file size is limited, you may want to first compress videos using ShrinkVid Android Video Compressor an iOS version also available. It can drastically reduce video file size while retaining video quality. Unsplash also deserves a spot on our list.
It is a collection of beautiful images donated by professional and semi-professional photographers. All gathered and labeled for free use. This means you can copy, modify, distribute, and use the photos for free. Then I realized photographers are attracted to the sheer of downlo on this site. The hope is that this exposure might get them paid work or publicity. Personally, I like Unsplash the most since it has more quality images and lo faster compared to others. In addition, even big players, such as Apple, use images downloaded from Unsplash in their campaigns. Exposure helps talented photographers from all over the world to make photo stories or albums from their photos.
Clean layout ensures nothing distract users from viewing your work.
Numerous rich features allow you to add text, photos, maps, or embed content from other sites, for example, Youtube videos. You can adjust your de, change typography, colors, and background to suit your brand or style. SmugMug was first introduced around It is deed to meet the portfolio needs of professional photographers who want customizability, presentation, and e-commerce. It is a great place to create an online gallery space for your professional photography business. If you are a professional photographer who wants to display your photos stylishly or wants a gallery site to sell photos onlineSmugMug is worth a shot.
Unlike competitor ZenfolioSmugMug allows you to completely change the starting template. This is great if you are looking for a totally customized look for your gallery site. If you photos at their full resolution to any site, chances are they will be optimized to reduce file size. So if the image quality is important to you, you should give it a try. For selling print photos, Smugmug has a built-in e-commerce solution that allows you to choose from four fulfillment companies for filling your orders Bay photo, EZ Prints…etc.
Their shopping cart experience is well done and SmugMug gets points for making it very user-friendly. Zenfolio is an e-commerce platform for photographers to organize, display and sell images. There are lots of great features such as custom styles, Google Analytics integration, support for all color spaces, and great options for selling your photos. Furthermore, Zenfolio has the built-in capability to create blog posts from your photos. From the reviews we have seen, their users find the customer support reliable and helpful.
Pixpa enables photographers, artists, deers and creative pros to easily create and manage their portfolio websitesell online, manage clients and publish blogs. A drag-and-drop interface, 24X7 support, fast hosting and affordable, cost-effective pricing makes Pixpa an indispensable tool for anyone looking to showcase, share and sell online with ease and style.
Behance is a free social network for creative professionals from different industries. This website is a place for self-promotion owned by Adobe. Many companies and buyers access the works of professional artists worldwide using Behance.
There is a section called Photography on Behance with the following : photography, retouching, and photojournalism. Behance has no limit to the of projects to apply and amount of images you. Artists collaborate on projects, share their creative work, and receive feedback. You can also use Behance to get inspired by works of other photographers. Behance is integrated into all Adobe software. Google Photos is a cloud photo storage service provided by Google.
That means your photos have the same security and simplicity enjoyed by other Google services. Due to this simplicity, we recommend it for anyone from youngsters to curious seniors. Google has an excellent image recognition engine behind Google Photos. As a result, they can determine what is on your photos and label it accordingly.
This means you can instantly search for your photos by just describing what you need to find. This service is also great if you take a ton of your photos using your Android device and wants to automatically backup all your photos for free. All Apple users are familiar with iCloud which connects with your iPhone and MacBook to store images in the cloud. Photos from your Camera Roll can be automatically saved in the iCloud as a backup. However, even Windows users can use basic options.Post a Free Profile
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