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Kodak Gallery -

Upload and share photos, but primarily used for ordering prints online and having them delivered to a convenient store or to your home by standard or express mail.  Also used for creating greeting cards, photo albums and other gifts.  (Note charges for postage and/or convenience fee for each order.)

 Photobucket -

Upload, share, and edit digital photos and videos online.  Home delivery of photos or pick up at local Target.  You may upgrade to a Pro account with more features for $39.95 per year.  Upload photos from your mobile phones.

 Shutterfly -

Store, share and order prints of digital images.  Add borders and text to your prints.  Free, unlimited storage for your photos.  Prints are on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.  Prepaid plan available for lower prices ($.10 per print for 4 x 6 images) Photos are delivered to your address or may be picked up at Target.

SeeHere -

 Fuji Film site for saving and creating photography projects. Prints sent to your house are $.12 each with $1.49 shipping for 1-20 prints. They offer a huge variety of different purchase options including tree ornaments, coffee mugs, hooded sweatshirts, boxers shorts, ceramic plates, neckties, pillowcases, totebags and more.

Flickr -

Primarily a site for sharing photos with others through tagging  your images by subject matter.  You may upload both photos and videos.  Prints can be ordered, but not the primary function of the site.  Upgrade to Flickr Pro account for more storage space. ($24.95 per year with unlimited storage)

Picasa -

This program, part of the Google family of applications, is available for downloading to your own computer - or use Picasa Web Albums to manage and organize your photos and videos online. Share your online photos with the general public, limit it to friends & family, or make it private. 

Picnik -

Not a site for storing photos, but rather a free online photo editor.  You may grab photos stored on Flickr, Photobucket or Picasa and then edit or enhance them using Picnik.  Upgrade version also available.


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