Photo Sharing

Photo Sharing Websites, Slideshows, Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket, etc.

Using Thumbnails of Copyrighted Images is Fair Use

Fair use describes conditions under which copyrighted material may be used without permission. If a work is not copyrighted, it’s in the public domain and fair use does not come into play, since public-domain works can legally be used for any purpose.

Share Your News Tips and Photographs with Mainstream Media

Citizen Journalism – If you capture a news event on a camera or mobile phone, either as a photograph or video, some popular news websites may be interested in those photographs and video clips. Here are some places where you send those photos and video clips.

Online Photo Editor Picnik Goes Premium

   Picnik, the world’s most favorite online image editor, has gone premium. The basic image manipulation features and some photo effects in Picnik are still available for free but the real impressive stuff like Pencil Sketch, Polaroid frames, Drop Shadow effect and the stylist text fonts require an yearly subscription of ~$25 (same as the cost of Flickr Pro).

Embed Flickr Flash Slideshows in Web Pages

Display Flicks photos in web pages To get started, you type your (or someone else’s) Flickr user name and then select the tags or photo sets that you would like to embed in web pages.

Adobe Photoshop vs GIMP for Serious Photographers

GIMP is poor man’s Photoshop. If we consider a simple task such as editing a digital photograph, it’s clear that Photoshop and GIMP can provide very similar working environments but is this free image editing software a good alternative to Photoshop CS3.