Flickr

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This public showroom for personal pics just might be the fastest-growing social network on the Web, and it's completely addictive. You upload your images and assign each an identifying tag; these tags help other members find your stuff, and you theirs. You can join groups and create new ones, post comments about particular images and designate favorites. Free membership is limited to 20 megabytes worth of uploads per month. Turn Pro and pay $25 a year for a host of other perks.Now users can order prints from flickr.


Wal-Mart Photo Center

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With the Wal-Mart Photo center. Upload your photos, click the "order" button, and fresh prints will be ready at the local Wal-Mart in an hour. Look elsewhere for online sharing, however—slide show images are tiny.


Snapfish

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Snapfish doesn’t have many features for advanced users, but it’s fine for most digital shutterbugs. The print quality is high, and prices
are low.


Shutterfly

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It’s one of the easiest to use, and walks you through a lot of fun extras such as designing a hardcover album. Prints are pricey, however, and looked blurrier and darker than those from most other sites.


Ofoto

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In Kodok gallery the Slide show images are bigger than on most of the other sites, and the editing software lets users add nearly a dozen special photo effects such as "cartoon" and "charcoal." But the site formerly known as Ofoto can be cumbersome, and navigation requires too much clicking.


Dotphoto

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With Dotphoto design your own slide show, with music or voice narration. It’s a nice alternative to generic templates on other sites, but with few custom options the shows can feel like PowerPoint presentations. The founder says more features, including the ability to upload your own .mp3s, are on the way.


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