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10 mobile solutions for photo storage and sharing

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Whether you need to manage and send photos on the go, upload images remotely or want to be able to turn your tablet into a dynamic portfolio show piece, there are several online portals and accompanying apps that can ease the burden of keeping photo files intact and immediately accessible. Some are more storage-based while others prioritize sharing, but most are a hybrid. We examine the pros and cons of some of the top photo storage and sharing solutions with mobility in mind.

We realize that in some respects, we're comparing apples to oranges by including a broad range of such products, but we understand that photographers' needs also span a great array. You may even find that your needs require more than one such solution. 

There's also bound to be some options you've found which we haven't covered here. Use our comments section at the end of this article to suggest your favorites.

500px

Flickr

Picasa Third-Party Apps

Google+

Creative Portfolio

Amazon Cloud Drive

Dropbox

Adobe Revel

iPhoto 

Everpix

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Total comments: 2
VincentPaulRevo
By VincentPaulRevo (Jun 16, 2013)

I use dropbox all the time to put my photos in storage. I found that it's extremely reliable and helpful when transferring photos around. During post production things are a lot easier and my work flow seems to move quickly because most of my photos are in dropbox.

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springsnow
By springsnow (Jun 14, 2013)

Picasa Webalbums/Google+ is 15GB free now (still rolling out so some accounts may not see it yet), and unlimited if the picture is 2048x2048 pixels or less. It was 5GB before.

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