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May 02, 2005
Decent Free Photo Hosting
I'm looking for a free and decent photo-hosting site for my
. I've been to
but they have a 20MB per month upload limit. Anyone know of a better place?
17 years ago
How many photos? LiveJournal has an
service that should suffice for a few dozen a month. More than that and you're probably better off buying a pro Flickr account or running your own photo site (I recommend
for the back-end).
, which will place your photos right on Blogger's servers. I have done so with
, is that what you're looking for?
*i'm a technodoofus*
grr, never get my href tag to take
- If you can get past the wacky name then everything else is free, reliable and simple.
Damn, Skrik, those are quite good. If I could piggyback -- does anyone know how long photos stick around on Blogger? I gave up on Hello when I found that my images were still live on the web for a week (at least?) even after deleting posts. I'm probably just paranoid. I don't think Blogger has an upload limit, so it looks awesome in that respect.
Mange takk, Pianistic. Actually, you can get good shots in this part of the world simply by pointing and clicking, it's that spectacular.
With Flickr, 20MB is the upload limit. There's no limit on downloads. If you're uploading images intended to be shown on a web page, you might not need to put up 2MB JPEGs; Flickr's upload cap means 200 100kB JPEGs per month. --Pat
I'll second PhotoBucket. It's free, there's practically no storage limit, the owner seems cool, and it's reliable (only down briefly maybe twice in the last few years I've used it.)
I use PhotoBucket too, and I've never had a problem with it.