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This site, pbase, was mentioned at a Nikon School class I took a couple of years ago. My brother 
swears by (not at) the Kodak site, I think it's called photoshare. He likes it because it's 
trouble-free -- he just selects a bunch of pictures and they get uploaded and then the slide-show is 
auto-created by the site. So for the zero-fuss factor, Kodak ranks high. I think the pros like all 
the options of pbase, and the cleaner look. I don't do blogs or public photo galleries so I don't 
have an opinion. Oh, also consider blogger. My good friend has had a photoblog going for 2 years on 
blogger and says it's extremely easy to load images onto the page.

-- Tom Fine

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Richard L. Hess" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] ARSC Conference report - Photos coming soon


> 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.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Richard
>
> At 12:05 PM 2007-05-08, Angie Dickinson Mickle wrote:
>>Steve,
>>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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