A lot of people here use Photobucket (see Trek's Photobucket How-To Thread...), but Flickr is another photo-hosting website that has some very nice features. For instance, as of July 2013, Flickr free accounts now have unlimited bandwidth practically unlimited space for photos (actually 1 Terabyte, which is 1024 Gigabytes) upload/download in full resolution ability to sign in/create an account using prexisting Yahoo!, Gmail, or Facebook accounts (no new username or password) and each photo you upload is automatically available to post on BCUSA in a wide variety of sizes/resolutions. If your questions aren't answered below, you can check the Flickr Frequently Asked Questions page, or feel free to PM me here. Also, I will try to remember but let me know if the Flickr pages no longer behave as described below (they've changed before; they will change again), and I'll update this post accordingly. Creating a Flickr account Since Yahoo! owns Flickr, if you already have a Yahoo! email account, you should be able to sign in and use Flickr using the same email address and password. As mentioned above you can also use a pre-existing Gmail or Facebook account. I used my Gmail account and it was very convenient. To create a Flickr account this way, click "Sign up for Flickr" at flickr.com and then click either the Gmail or Facebook button instead of typing anything. You then choose a Flickr username, but you still sign in to Flickr using the Gmail account (or Facebook, as the case may be). If you want to create a free account and don't want to use Yahoo!, Gmail, or Facebook, you can create a free Flickr account from scratch (although it is the same as making a Yahoo! email address). Click "Sign up for Flickr" at flickr.com, then "Create a New Account" at the bottom, and follow directions. However, I don't recommend going this way since Yahoo! has very restrictive password requirements, so if there was a password you were planning on using you probably won't be able to use it (which could lead to frequently forgotten Flickr passwords).