You can reorganize www.pbase.com after uploading. It works sort of
like BASIC programming where you renumber lines. You don't need to
number them consecutively. In fact, I think the default numbering is
every 10 (just like some BASICs).
With that said, the interface is a bit opaque, but you can upload all
your images for a gallery (folder) as a single humongous zip file.
One of the great things is it automagically resizes your images so
you only upload one size but viewers get an option of about four
different sizes, including your large original if that's what you upload.
It is not free, but it's not expensive. ($30/year for a lot of
storage -- plus or minus)
See http://gallery.richardhess.com/ for an example.
It is one of the more popular gallery sites that a pro and semi-pro
group of photographers I hang out with on the Net uses.
At 12:05 PM 2007-05-08, Angie Dickinson Mickle wrote:
>I've been using Shutterfly (http://www.shutterfly.com)for photo
>sharing. I don't remember if there is a way to rearrange after
>uploading, though. Still, it is a nice service. I'm sure there
>are others like it out there.
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