A little more online photo help

Subject: A little more online photo help
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 20:47:09 +1000
There is also BirdForum "The Net's Largest Birding Community, Dedicated to Wild Birds" -

It has 49,000 members and since the 16th of May, there have been 14,000 photos posted in its gallery.

It's a good place to go to if you want to show your pictures to the world, and get a few comments back [no guarantees on the quality of the feedback].

If you come across a strange bird that you photographed either in another country or may have lobbed into Aus from another country, there is a chance that someone familiar with the species may send a comment.

Regards, Laurie

On Sunday, September 17, 2006, at 07:04  PM, Russell Woodford wrote:

I omitted to give web addresses to the photo hosts I mentioned in my last message - here are the current "top six", along with their percentage of the market (in terms of hits):

Photobucket        43.84%
Yahoo! Photos       18.27%
Webshots          8.34%
KodakGallery   6.52%
ImageShack     6.04%
Flickr                         5.95%

Some of these sites also have a photo printing service but their hosting is free up to their size limit.

There's one other option for all birders - if you have a tricky ID problem or an intersting photo you want to share but don't have anywhere to host it, I'm happy to put it on the birding-aus website for you.




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