In this blog post we list free photo galleries where photographers can submit their images to share with others.
One of the best ways to improve your photography is to share your images with other photographers. Often in these free photo galleries community is where you’ll learn the most. You can bounce idea’s off each other to help improve your technical skills.
As you can see from the list below, there are many free photo galleries to choose from.
- Digital Camera Magazine Community Digital Camera UK offers web site visitors a free photo gallery where you can submit your own photos or comment on other photographers images. It’s also a fantastic way to get your images seen. The Digital Camera team regularly searches through member images and picks the best photos to showcase as Photograph of the Day on the front page of their web site.Sign up for a free photo gallery with Digital Camera Magazine Community
- Flickr One of the largest and well known social networking web sites from which to start a photo gallery. If you haven’t already heard of Flickr then where have you been!Start a Flickr Gallery
- PhotoBucket Photobucket offers free photo galleries to photographers. Upload your photos and share them with friends and family. The neat thing about PhotoBucket is that you can also start a group album that is shared with a group of photographers.Start a PhotoBucket Gallery
Additional Free Photo Galleries
- Webshots A free Webshots gallery allows photographers to upload 1000 photographs initially, plus 100 more for each month of membership. The free version has advertising throughout your gallery, however you can pay for an upgrade if you want them removed.See what Webshots is all about and sign up for a free gallery
- Picasa Picasa is a popular gallery from Google. Not only do you get your own photo gallery, but you also have free editing tools on hand with their fabulous software. Last time I looked, you couldn’t add an outside link back to your web site (if you have one), which many photographers find useful for obvious promotion reasons. However, if you’re simply after a gallery from which to display your images to family and friends, then Picasa may be the place for you.Start a Picasa Photo Gallery
- Webs Webs allows photographers to create a photo gallery web site with over 300 templates to choose from. You can also upload multiple images, set your prices, and collect payment via PayPal and/or Google Checkout.Sign up for Webs
- Windows Live Photos Seems everyone including Windows is getting into the act when it comes to free photo galleries. Windows Live allows photographers to post photos online for anyone to see, or share with just the people you choose. If you have a Hotmail, Messenger, or Xbox LIVE account, then you already have a Windows Live ID. You can also download some free software called Photo Gallery which makes it easier to upload, organize, edit and share your photographs.Check out Windows Live Photos
- Photo.net Gallery Photographers can browse galleries or sign up for their own at photo.net, a popular community for sharing digital images.
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