Tuesday, March 30, 2010


A photo-sharing website is any website you can upload pictures to. You can use it to share pictures with people you know, or even the world! You can go to a website such as Flickr or Photobucket to accomplish this. With a simple click of a button, you can upload or view an unlimited amount of pictures. Those are not the only reasons for photo-sharing, however. These webistes can also be used to back-up, protect, fix, and print pictures. Photo-sharing websites are the perfect way to enhance your online photo experience.
Photographers probably use photo-sharing websites a lot. People also could use photo-sharing websites to find those photographers. The youth aspiring to be photographers, if they're serious about what they want to be, use these websites a lot. People use them for simpler reasons, too. They might just want to show their friends or family the pictures, too.
Students could use photo-sharing websites to keep important class pictures in one place. Some websites allow you to create a password for the pictures, so only the people that can see them are those that they choose. Maybe some classes have an end-of-the-year slideshow with a bunch of pictures on it. We do. We also have a class website, and we can use those pictures on the photo-sharing websites to store pictures we want to put on the website.

e.g. Flickr, PhotoBucket, Shutterfly, Snapfish

By: Dana, Madison, and Ana

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