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01/07/2005 02:09:05 PM · #1
Hi everybody,
I need to put in the internet several images from my photo sessions, but I would like to control the access to them.

For example: My client "A" login in the on-line gallery site and she can see her own photos only.

Anybody knows a good site to do this? amateur level, so.. free or cheap =)

Best regards from Mexico,
* pd: I'm back into DPC, I'll enter in the new contest... =) yuju!

Diego


01/07/2005 02:30:36 PM · #2
I think Pbase may have what you need.
password help pbase

depends on what you want to pay I suppose.

Paul.
01/07/2005 02:41:44 PM · #3
Smugmug.com has what you want, but it isn't free either. A standard membership is $29.95\year. If you sign up, tell 'em I sent you. :)

01/07/2005 02:42:20 PM · #4
$ 99/250MB plus
01/07/2005 02:42:44 PM · #5
Hi Diego

have a look at this site - it offers password protected albums etc and its FREE!!
//www.photosite.com/

Mike
P.S nothing to do with my website.

01/07/2005 02:55:56 PM · #6
If you have web hosting service I would suggest using Gallery.

I am just now messing around with it but it has all the features you mentioned.
01/07/2005 03:55:30 PM · #7
You can also use a printing service like //www.ofoto.com where the albums are only accessible by people to whom you send an email invitation.
01/07/2005 04:05:12 PM · #8
Originally posted by MikeOwens:

Hi Diego

have a look at this site - it offers password protected albums etc and its FREE!!
//www.photosite.com/

Mike
P.S nothing to do with my website.


Hi - went to the site to consider using for a 'photo-a-day' album. However the free option only allows storage of up to 150 photos. (Not a full year's worth for a 'photo-a-day', unfortunately)
01/07/2005 04:10:21 PM · #9
I use photoreflect.com. They're awesome, and they're free to host - they take percentages from online orders. Plus they will process credit cards for you. I have only needed to call customer service twice, and both times they have been very friendly and helpful. May be more than you're looking for? But on the other hand, might be just the thing.
01/08/2005 05:08:09 PM · #10
coppermine photo gallery, rocks!!!

it is free open source proggie so little knowledge of PHP and HTML is a plus, but it you are just interested with working photo gallery then you don't need to have it. :)

coppermine

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