Sharing and Emailing Your Photos
Like you, I have long distance friends and family that I want to share my photos with, but emailing digital pictures as attachments just bogged down my email system. It's simply not practical. So I checked around and found some outstanding photo sharing software and photo sharing sites that make it FAST, EASY and FUN to share your photos. Here are the software and sites I recommend you check out. Several of them offer free trials and some are down-and-out free, so you can find what's right for you.
Smugmug, PC Magazine's Editor's Choice for online photo sharing, is our top pick. Finally, there is a place on the web where you can upload, arrange and share your photos with all your family and friends in style. Smugmug is both easy to use and offers lots of options...more »
FlickrFlickr is one of the most popular means of sharing photos online. Top features include the ability to tell a story with your photos, add descriptions such as titles, tags, locations, names, etc. You can share your photos with family and friends, make comments, mark favorites, make notes and more.You can do all this for FREE or opt for a low-cost yearly plan with unlimited photo and video upload, unlimited storage, access to originals and additional options. more »
Adobe Photoshop Elements
Adobe Photoshop Elements is the premier software for organizing, sharing and editing your images. The software allows you to quickly optimize and upload your images to social sites like Facebook and Flickr. You can also easily email or share photos from anywhere you are via any web connected device or your mobile phone. Read our detailed Photoshop Elements review.
ACDSee Photo Manager
Another strong photo sharing software program is ACDSee Photo Manager. Along with superior photo management capabilities, it includes a number of tools to help you share your photos. In addition to sending individual photos via email straight from the program you can upload and share on Facebook, Smugmug etc. and add a slideshow or photo gallery to a web page or blog. Read our full ACDSee Photo Manager Review»