Photo Sharing

Last night I went to another creative memories scrap booking workshop. While I’d spent a small fortune on the supplies about a month ago, I hadn’t gotten around to seriously working on my album. As I was organizing my pictures, realized that I didn’t have many hardcopy recent pictures. Basically, since I got my Olympus Camedia C-3000 Zoom Digital Camera about two years ago, most pictures are stored on my hard drive. I’d gotten burnt before with a now defunct picture hosting company, so I was a little leery about trying another. But thinking it’s time. So looking for suggestions. I need to get some of my pictures printed so wondering what others are using. Is anyone using fotki? Shutterfly? Ofoto? Maybe another? Tell me about your experiences. I’m ready to take the digital photo-sharing plunge again.

4 Comments
  1. I just burn mine to a CD, take it to Walgreen’s & tell them to give me 4×6 prints on Kodak paper.

  2. I haven’t used them, but have heard good things about Dotphoto.

  3. I used Ofoto for about 2 years before switch back to good ol’ Advantix film (for the same reason – never got around to getting prints of the photos I took). Anyway, Ofoto was great, and I believe they even have a downloadable app that you can edit your pics in and automatically upload them.

  4. Thanks for the recommendations. I’ll have to research both further.

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