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    iPhoto uploader
    Lytheil's Avatar
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    iPhoto uploader
    I've tried Picasa & Flickr. Not as good.
    Any to recommend?

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    can you be more specific as to what you want to do? do you mean upload images onto the internet to post in forums etc? I'm not too sure what you're referring to in your post.

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    I use photobucket to upload pics on to forums if that's what you are talking about.

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    Uhm.. Sorry. Wasn't specific enough..

    Anyway.. Okay, I'm doing photography , I want to post my pictures on to web albums , like the one provided on .mac . But I'd like to have them resized and uploaded by iphoto. With keeping the original copies at high res. Anyway.. I would like some input. Thanks!

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    Use the export function in iPhoto to export to your desktop and upload from there. You will be given the option as to what size you want to export to.
    Mary

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    We use SmugMug. You have to pay for it but you get unlimited space. There are different account levels available for pros where you can incorporate video, etc. But, you can download free plugins for iPhoto and Aperture so you can export directly to your SmugMug gallerys.

    http://www.smugmug.com/
    Enjoy Every Sandwich.

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