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My .mac account is about to run out. Is there another photo sharing service that I can easily share photos from iPhoto that doesn't cost $150? How do you work it from iPhoto? I know this is dumb, but I cannot seem to figure out how to share photos from iPhoto oither than through .mac. Help appreciated.

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You can use http://www.flickr.com/ or you may want to try Guy Kawasaki's new love - http://www.filmloop.com/ .
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There are many places online to keep photographs. Photobucket, Smugmug are two other popular ones.

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Check out PictureSync it works with many photo sharing sites, and reads (from iPhoto and others)/saves annotations.
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Check out PictureSync it works with many photo sharing sites, and reads (from iPhoto and others)/saves annotations.
yeah, I just discovered that last night - and it's something I'm sure will be really useful to me. You can synch it to online image hosting accounts and photos selected in iPhoto are discoverable by this app, and can be uploaded directly from it. Photobucket automatically resizes, so I'm assuming it's fine to upload photos in their original res and have them scaled down.
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dtownley1, are you uploading or downloading photos? Clear up the situation, please. Maybe I misunderstand something???
If you're still interested in this thread you may look at www.apple.com/life/iphoto/
I think it'll be interesting for you to look at this site.
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dtownley1, are you uploading or downloading photos? Clear up the situation, please. Maybe I misunderstand something???
If you're still interested in this thread you may look at www.apple.com/life/iphoto/
I think it'll be interesting for you to look at this site.
I don't quite understand what you're getting at there. I was just expanding on the software outlined by verseguru. Sharing photos includes uploading them, which is what that software helps you to do, to a range of services.

Although I'm new to that particular app, I've been uploading photos for quite some time. I did specify that the software allows for uploading of photos, so I'm not sure where the confusion lies...
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