What is the best way to post images of Fest paddling?

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What is the best way to post images of Fest paddling?

Post by Mr.DeadLegs » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:25 pm

I have images from Clear Creek saturday. I think I have at least one of everyone on the water, and a few from the Tellico on sunday. I was way too busy to take many shots sunday. Would it be best to post to this site. If so how.

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Post by sbroam » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:51 pm

An online photo album of some sort would be fastest - snapfish and photobucket come to mind. Some charge to download, though.

My favorite is Picasa. It's a handy photo managing tool *and* an online photo album service (they just upped it to a gig free). They are part of google now, if you already have a google account it is pretty seamless - if you don't have a google account (free) and you are interested, I'll send you an "invite".

You can download Picasa here :

http://picasaweb.google.com

My stuff is here :

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Post by Atomman » Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:15 am

I've used Picasa for a couple of years now and just uploaded some fest pics last night. I uploaded almost 2 GB of photos and it took them all. Free isn't bad.
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