By Jay Garmon
There are literally dozens of photo-sharing websites available today, but which offer the best features for your particular image-based ambitions? We compare five of the top online photosharing sites in this roundup.
Out of the aforementioned dozens of photosharing sites, Notebook Review readers made it very clear which five photo sites you want reviewed. Thus, our lineup of DeviantArt, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa Web Albums, and SmugMug.
Each of these sites offers the same basic functionality -- upload your photos and publish them to the web -- but differ wildly in additional features. Some cater to professional photographers, others to enthusiasts simply wishing to share snapshots with family and friends. Some have rigorous privacy controls, others are fundamentally open. Some limit access based on total storage, others on bandwidth, and all will extend their services for a fee. Some photosharing sites are simply easier to use than others. Given the various permutations, one of these five services probably has the right combination of features for you.
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