Friday 5: Photo Sharing
Happy Friday, everyone!
Learn how to access and organize photos online using this week’s list. The web makes it easy to carry out basic photo editing, share pictures with others, and even create calendars, cards and the like. There are a myriad of tool choices out there in this arena, and I’ve selected a few of the most compelling for this Friday 5 list.
Have a great weekend,
1) Photo Sharing – Wikipedia
Here’s a basic explanation of the type of sites listed this week.
Flickr is one of my favorite sites and I particularly like the Creative Commons section where one can use others’ photos depending on the kind of Creative Commons license that has been assigned to a digital photo: http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/.
This is Google’s photosharing service for Windows machines.
4) Our Story
Our Story seems to take photo sharing to a different level in that you can use this service to create a digital timeline of your life. It seems like sort of another way of blogging.
Make an online photoshow complete with music here and share it with others.
Bubbleshare is in beta testing, so this is not the final version, but it has some intriguing features. It is similar to photoshow and has the ability to add your voice and bubble captions to your photos. There are also desktop widgets for this web app.