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Which is better - photobucket or flickr?

Asked by nailpolishfanatic (6617points) May 4th, 2011

I am just taking a short break from studying for finals so I decided to ask this question that I have been thinking about for quite some time now. I like taking photographs, I just use my usual digital camera. I also blog and such. So I really want my photographs to have the best quality. I want to create an account with one of these sites.
I have done some research on photobucket and flickr. I have difficulties deciding which one is better so that’s where you jellies come in. Which one do you prefer and why?

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rosenbaa29's avatar

Flickr all the way!

gailcalled's avatar

I use Flickr because it is easy to upload from iPhoto on my iMac. And I have no complaints.

ragingloli's avatar

I use Photobucket. Mostly because I have not tried any other site.

Paul's avatar

Flickr definitely has the better interface IMO.

deni's avatar

Flickr, in every category, no questions asked. Aside from photo storage, every other aspect of the site is amazing as well.

dxs's avatar

I like flickr better. I don’t have an account on either, it’s just easier and more to it.

TexasDude's avatar

Flickr is superior to any other photo hosting service I have ever used, by far. The interface is clean and not cluttered with random crap like the other websites, and it is easy to navigate.

t_p's avatar

flickr rules indeed

Mikewlf337's avatar

I prefer flickr

nailpolishfanatic's avatar

Thank you everyone for your help. Since I got a lot of positive feedbacks on Flickr; I think I might head towards it… So it is Flickr ftw!.
Can I use it to edit videos as well or just photos? o.O

lylestephens01's avatar

No doubt about it..all the way to flickr

wilma's avatar

Does anyone know, if I already have a photobucket account, can I transfer those pictures to Flicker?

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