Updated: January 26, 2010 | Contains affiliate links

Tutorial 9 – Share your pictures online

Another great thing about digital photography is that once you shot a picture, you can produce many formats from the same picture. This makes it very easy to share your pictures online. There are a lot of options available and it’s hard to know what they all mean. This tutorial covers basic concepts and terms and gives you a clear picture of what it means to publish pictures online.

I just want to share my pictures with my family

Great ! You can do that, but where do you start? Do you want to create your own photo website or use an existing photo sharing service? And which photo sharing service should you use? How are they different? This tutorial will answer all these questions.

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Articles in this tutorial

  1. Questions you need to ask before publishing pictures online – Things to consider before publishing pictures online.
  2. Use an online image sharing library to publish your pictures online – Understand online image sharing libraries.
  3. Host your photo galleries on your own web site. – How to publish your pictures on your own website.
  4. Generate your image galleries for web publishing. – How to create online image galleries automatically.

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