The days when sharing photos of your children meant putting them in an album and giving them to friends and family are long gone.
Jul 30, 2019
Today, you can share photos of your children in many different ways. From social media to sites like Amazon, there are plenty of modern ways to share the cute pictures of your little ones.
Social Media Sites
There are quite a few social media sites available for users to share photos. Facebook and Instagram are the most popular today, though there are several others. Not only are these sites free to use, but they make photo uploading and sharing with family and friends convenient.
Featuring unlimited storage when uploading photos that are under 16 megapixels makes Google Photos the perfect option for home photographers looking to share their photos. The best thing is, it gives you the option to give others upload rights to your albums. Be careful who you give access to.
If you have an Amazon Prime account, then Amazon Photos might be the best choice for storing and sharing photos. You have access to unlimited photo backup with full resolution and can add up to five family members to your family vault. This is best for people with Prime accounts to get the most of their subscription.
If you're looking for an easy-to-use photo sharing site with an easy way to order and print high-quality photos, Photobucket is the best option for you. The only word of caution about this site is that you have to ensure you set your account to private, as they are set to public when you begin.
If you're not into the modern way of sharing photos, you can always attach and send them through your email, as well.
Another option is having them printed and sent through snail mail. While this is probably not what modern photographers do, it is always an option.
If you're searching for the perfect way to share your kids' photos with your family and friends, these options should work out well for you. Remember, always keep your accounts set to private and be careful who you allow to access your accounts and albums.