Flickr, Snapfish, Ofoto, HeyPix, Hello

I have a question, and I hope anyone who reads this post will answer. I am curious what you want in a photo sharing website? Even more so, let’s change the question…. What do you want to do with your digital photos? What’s not possible right now that you wish was? What does Flickr do that you love? What about Snapfish, Ofoto, HeyPix, Hello? What do they do that you love? What don’t they do that you wish they did? What doesn’t anyone do right now that you wish were possible?

I’m going to ask this question often. If there was another way to ask it and get a huge response, I’d do it. But, this is the beginning. Fire away.

Nate Ritter lives in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

4 Comments on "Flickr, Snapfish, Ofoto, HeyPix, Hello"

  1. Gib says:

    I’d like a simple to use program that lets me share (full-screen) digital slide shows (synched with music) over the web. Photoshow doesn’t work, Photodex is reasonably good. Eventually, I’d like to share home digital videos, too.

    Flickr is great for its seamlessness and ability to share photos and search others via tags.

  2. nate says:

    Awesome suggestion! Thank you for commenting. Any more suggestions, comments, dialogue?

  3. g-bro says:

    I got pissed at Snapfish when my brother shared photos there, but I have to log in to view them. I want to share photos where my friends don’t have to create accounts to see them. I almost relented when I wanted to share some pictures, but then it wanted to install software on my PC to allow faster uploads, heck with that.

  4. nate says:

    Thanks g-bro. I appreciate the info, although I’m sorry for your experience there.

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