- Shutterfly: develop, print and share digital photos. If you decide to become a member, you get more benefits.
- Photobucket: upload your images and videos, copy your links, and then post your content on any website or blog. Easy to use and free.
- Flickr: My favorite of all free online photo album sites (membership is free, but if you want to upload more than a set number of photos, you'll need to become a Pro member). One of my favorite things to do is type in a keyword with Flickr and browse through the truly gorgeous photos there.
- WebShots: photo sharing, free wallpaper, and free screensavers here at WebShots; over
300million photos uploaded at the time of this writing.
- SmugMug: unlimited photo sharing with a free trial, and then you'll have to sign up. If you're interested, I would suggest taking the SmugMug tour.
- SnapFish: free online
digital photosharing. You can also create all sorts of fun gifts with your photos.
- Dosize: resize your digital photos online for free and then send them to your friends via email.
- Riya: A digital photo sharing service still in beta at the time of this writing that features face recognition technology: "automatically tags people in photos so you can search for just the photo you want."
- Picasa: Picasa is a part of Google. "Picasa automatically resizes and attaches pictures to email messages at sizes your friends will be able to open. Works with most email programs, including Google’s Gmail."