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Yahoo Photo closing - recommendations?


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I notice I have four options: Snapfish, Flickr, Shutterfly and Photobucket. Any recommendations on which you think is the best?
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There was a Yahoo Photo? Crap, if I'd've known that, I would've used it...

I like flickr. Photobucket is just too complicated.
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Yahoo owns Flickr. So you still have Yahoo Photo, just a different name.
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I use Flickr. Get FlickrUploader (free) and it becomes really easy to upload/tag your photos. Big, active community, too.

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Flickr is really good.Its worth paying the money for the account.and you can even download a uploader tool.no max. limit for premium account.Yahoo will import them automatically into your flickr account
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There are pros and cons to all of the sites. I maintain a flickr and a photobucket. Flickr doesn't allow for high-rez downloads, photobucket does, blarg blarg blarg.

cnet has a side-by-side review of like 15 photo sharing sites.

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