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ImagePro gallery

Leslie Nicole , Jun 10, 2010; 04:13 a.m.

So, I thought I'd check out the ImagePro gallery you can get for free with photo.net. It's not bad. In fact, pretty nice for a free gallery! but when I clicked on the link in the footer for other ImagePro photographers it wasn't very well presented and with the exception of 1 gallery out of many it seemed to be mostly a bone yard of started websites with default text or amateur / even downright creepy galleries.

Hope I don't offend anyone with their nice galleries on there, but I found myself thinking that I'm not sure I want to put my work in that setting. Maybe I should think of something else - smug mug or just use my RedBubble / Imagekind sites integrated with my blog - or maybe Smugmug?

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Luc Welch , Jun 10, 2010; 10:25 a.m.

I use SmugMug. Love it. Zenfolio is also popular, similar to SmugMug, pretty much the same actually. But I'm happy with SmugMug.

Leslie Nicole , Jun 14, 2010; 06:56 a.m.

I'm giving SmugMug a whirl. Thanks.

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