CNET's Webshots Redesigned & Launched

With 7.5 Million* monthly visitors and over 400 Million photos to explore, Webshots is the world's largest photo sharing site. Webshots has been relaunched with “new interface and features”. The first change is about photo uploading —”Free accounts will able to upload 1,000 photos + additional 100 photos per month (the additional photos are applied retroactively and […]

With 7.5 Million* monthly visitors and over 400 Million photos to explore, Webshots is the world's largest photo sharing site.

Webshots has been relaunched with “new interface and features”. The first change is about photo uploading —”Free accounts will able to upload 1,000 photos + additional 100 photos per month (the additional photos are applied retroactively and continue to accrue even if not used). Premium accounts, which are $30 per year, allow for 5,000 initial photos plus 500 more per month. Photos are archived at original resolution, and resized for presentation on the site only if larger than 2400×2400.”

“In another move, September onwards —”Webshots will allow users to upload video to their webshots accounts.” Video will be transcoded into Flash video for viewing on the website.”

About Webshots: Webshots provides consumers with a variety of ways to enjoy photos: on their computer desktops as wallpaper and screensavers, on their wireless phones, and in their own homes and offices as prints. Webshots also offers a number of ways for friends and family to share photos with one another, such as Photo Messages, online photo albums, and custom prints and gifts. Through free homepages and its Favorite Members network, consumers can connect with friends, family and millions of others worldwide.

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