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Plugins For Online Photo Sharing

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One of the best things about digital photography is the ability to easily share photos with friends, family and strangers alike.  There are a lot of options on the Internet for photo sharing including social networks that are more than just photo sites.

In this post I’d like to highlight a few of the more popular photo sharing sites along side the more popular photo editing tools.  Some tools are ready to use with their default photo sharing sites (think Picasa and Windows Live Photo), but for most of the tools a plugin is required to easily upload photos.

I use a number of tools and plugins and thought it’d be helpful to bring them all together in one helpful grid.  All of these plugins are free to use although some require registration.  I hope you can find something useful to make photo sharing a little bit easier for you!

Photo editing software is listed down the left side of the table and photo sharing sites are listed along the top.  Match the resources you are looking for and then click on the link in the grid.  If you see a missing plugin, please feel free to leave a comment below and I’ll do my best to add it.  All the links below are not hosted by Digital Photography School and are subject to change.

Flickr Facebook Smugmug Picasa Web Windows Live
Lightroom Yes Yes Yes Yes Can’t Find One
Picasa Yes Yes Yes Included Can’t Find One
Aperture Yes Yes Yes Yes Can’t Find One
Windows Live Photo Yes Yes Yes Yes Incuded
iPhoto Yes Yes Yes Yes Can’t Find One
gimp Yes (linux) Kind Of Can’t Find One Yes (linux) Can’t Find One

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Peter West Carey
Peter West Carey

leads photo tours and workshops in Nepal, Bhutan, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles and beyond. He is also the creator of Photography Basics – A 43 Day Adventure & 40 Photography Experiments, web-based tutorials taking curious photographers on a fun ride through the basics of learning photography.

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