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From: Ronald T.
Sent on: Sunday, January 18, 2009 3:37 PM
For those of you who are looking to place your work on a website, here?s some options for you. Some of the template-based hosting sites, and some are from scratch. Remember an important thought before constructing your site is to determine what you want to achieve with your site. Your priorities in that matter will determine how much you like to pay a hosting site. Another criteria would be speed for transferring images to those that visit your website. Although they are not a stock photography site any longer, they still offered great tools for the photographer. A low costing Web hosting site that works well with Google and Yahoo accounts.
all packages are pretty much the same and can be utilize for your CGI setups. Understands the need of photographers.

At our past Meetup many of you have asked about photo labs that do great work, and do not eat away at your profits. Here are some great labs.

Stillphoto labs Are a little pricey, but they make it up with good customer service and listening to your needs.
Cosco photo service Cosco warehouse stores offer a very low price and its photo service, but some Coscos are better than others.

Nationsphotolab Internet-based printing solution that offers very good quality and pricing.

Kodak labs There are many Kodak labs around some are located in target stores and Walgreens, if you get to know the person running the equipment you will find that you will receive a good quality prints at a very low price.

Here are some of the sites that I mentioned at our last meeting. Our Flickr site this will be our critiquing site for the group A good place to put your photos if you just want it to be seen on the news service.

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