There are many services for storing and sharing your photos online, but just a few that know how to help you go pro.
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Photo site SmugMug has been quite the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) evangelist, offering some interesting perspectives that go beyond the basics.
This post misspelled the name of Don MacAskill, founder and CEO of SmugMug.
The 'SmugMungous' overhaul adapts photos to make maximum use of screen real estate. Also new: video that no longer is 'terrible.'
The $3 SmugMug photo app's options for focus, exposure, editing, and sharing are now on Google's mobile OS. But Android's awkwardness means only the most popular phones are supported.
D300 firmware update...SmugMug privacy changes...Lightroom tutorials...Nikon price cuts for old SLRs...Olympus E-430 rumor...Golden parachute for Adobe CEO.
Photo-sharing Web sites are getting better at handling pictures based on where they were taken. My top pick is Flickr, with SmugMug and Google's Picasa tied for second.
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