Here's our take on some of the most popular online photo album solutions:
If You’re Looking for a Community
Flickr is ideal for those of us who are more community-minded and love sharing tons of pictures. The large and lively user community is an interesting place for both budding and professional photographers to share their work, and it's easy to share with friends and family, too.
For Easy Photo Editing
Picasa is great for organizing large numbers of photos into albums using a simple drag-and-drop interface. A powerful set of tools allows you to edit images in all sorts of fun ways and makes it easier than many popular photo editing programs.
If You Want Unlimited Storage Space
Shutterfly is for the rabid photogs out there. You have unlimited storage space, but unfortunately can't link directly to the images as you can with other services. For anyone looking to archive a vast number of images (and with excellent quality) Shutterfly is the best choice. You can create coffee mugs, calendars, and hardcover books of your photos that offer surprising clarity and rich colors.
Get Comments on Your Photos
Webshots is ideal for those who want anyone out there to be able to see and comment on their pictures. Easy to use tools allow you crop and rotate photos, but it's the devoted fans of this site that keep it fun.
Easy Site to Use on the Go
Photobucket is fantastic site for those on the go. A suite of user-friendly photo editing tools help you upload images at a pit stop during a road trip. One thing to keep in mind with Photobucket is the bandwidth: Should one of your photos become super popular, be sure to make back-up plans before the link to your photo expires!
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