If you haven't been living under a rock for the past few years, you may already be familiar with Pinterest. It's the ideal site for posting pictures, gifs, and other media.
In 2004, Ludicorp created Flickr, the most widely used image hosting platform. After that, there have been multiple ownership changes.
Google Photos is one of the best free image hosting sites where you can upload a ton of high-quality photos, so if you love Google services, you will love it even more.
With the ability to share posts, stories and more, Instagram gained popularity very quickly. It’s the best platform to get more visibility to your photos.
Imgur is another incredible online image sharing community that was founded by Alan Schaaf in 2009.
In 2009, Oleg Gutsol and Evgeny Tchebotarev co-founded 500px, to become one of the largest online photography communities worldwide.
Currently with over 100 million registered members who upload over 4 million images and videos daily, it is one of the top photo-sharing websites.
The main reason why most people use Shutterfly as a website for hosting and sharing photos is because it provides unlimited free photo storage.
They literally have a huge collection of over 820,000 photos spread across their platform, and it generates over 9 billion photo impressions monthly.
SmugMug was established in the beginning of 2000 and is a place where photographers can share billions of images to make their work stand out.