Where do you all upload your pictures?

Hi all photographers.

As you all might know, I am running a miribloggers website, and I am syndicating pictures on Miri or any picture took by Miri photographers.

To make this thing work out even better, I am hoping you all could tell me where you upload your picture. Flickr? Photobucket? Or you have a blog and upload all your pics there?

add me bro. http://picuclix.com/blog/ :oops: :oops:

Normally, i will only upload to facebook and also my blog and share with my friends.

blog n fb~ n nikon my picturetown~

Haha my dA http://zerocomrade.deviantart.com/

I upload some of my pictures to facebook, blog and ImageShack.

usually submit some for Google Earth vetting.

not all get accepted though!
:?

How about Flickr ?

At the moment, im only syndicating pictures from flickr, photos tagged with miri and sarawak. I found out that most Mirians don’t use flickr, so I figure should expand my sources, not only getting from flickr.

For those using their blog, well, your blog will be syndicated in the “Bloggers’ updates” section. For those using imageshack, well, I can’t do anything about it. There’s no way of grabbing pictures from imageshack cos they don have feed functionality. Deviant Art users are in luck, I think I am able to combine it with flickr thing that I currently have, so do wait for an update on this. As for facebook, I don’t have plans to syndicate any pictures from there. I figure when you upload to facebook, you want to share it with your friends and family, not the public.

Do check out the photos section in miribloggers website. it’s only a small part on the right side, showing 9 pictures at a time, updated in reverse chronologically.

i used flickr long time already, unfortunately it not a pro-account. so drawback is that viewers can only c your 1st 200 photos posted into your flickr. see mine here http://www.flickr.com/photos/shutter-itis

for images of miri, brothers and sisters, i have a few here http://shuttersyndicate.blogspot.com/search/label/MIRI

happy shutterbugging!

[quote=“shutterhero”]i used flickr long time already, unfortunately it not a pro-account. so drawback is that viewers can only c your 1st 200 photos posted into your flickr. see mine here http://www.flickr.com/photos/shutter-itis

for images of miri, brothers and sisters, i have a few here http://shuttersyndicate.blogspot.com/search/label/MIRI

happy shutterbugging![/quote]
Yeah, I do know of the limitation of free accounts.

I’ve added your shuttersyndicate to the bloglist.

http://www.ovi.com


picasa

I used most…

Flickr
Imageshack

[quote=“GeminiGeek”][quote=“shutterhero”]i used flickr long time already, unfortunately it not a pro-account. so drawback is that viewers can only c your 1st 200 photos posted into your flickr. see mine here http://www.flickr.com/photos/shutter-itis

for images of miri, brothers and sisters, i have a few here http://shuttersyndicate.blogspot.com/search/label/MIRI

happy shutterbugging![/quote]
Yeah, I do know of the limitation of free accounts.

I’ve added your shuttersyndicate to the bloglist.[/quote]

alrite thx.

Oh ya!! I even upload to my blog at http://cweezzz.blogspot.com

geek,
i mostly upload all my happenings and pics to my blog
but not all of it
sometimes to the facebook which is kinda famous nowadays

[quote=“pEi”]geek,
i mostly upload all my happenings and pics to my blog
but not all of it
sometimes to the facebook which is kinda famous nowadays[/quote]
fuyoo… got facebook… :smiley:

GG… put me in… lol. peterngcs.blogspot.com

I’ve uploaded some photos to my blog…check it out guys…

If you guys like flickr, you might wanna try zooomr.com. No restrictions on how many photos you can upload and let people see. The pro accout is for extra social features and ad less layout, tho so far i can’t remember seeing ads. I’m not sure if that’s good or bad…

I use zooomr for really nice photos i take, and facebook for sharing more personal photos with family and friends. Uploading to facebook reduces the image quality quite a lot, but the sharing quality is very good…