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    Posted: 06 July 2017 at 22:17
I need suggestions on a decent hosting/selling site for my photos.

It've tried to research it but the search results are so full of spam and adds that it's impossible to do a good side by side comparison.

It's primarily landscapes and would like something that looks "clean" and uncluttered. No hidden fees and I don't want popup ads or anything similar for customers or me to deal with.

I've look a little bit into Zenfolio but I'm unsure if I like the layouts.

All help is greatly appreciated!

*I don't like smugmug...
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After the demise of Photobucket as a hosting service, I'm in a similar quandry.

As a non-Pro I'm inclined towards Smugmug but paying for my own website and hosting from there is a temptation - If I was working as a pro I might be more inclined towards my own website.

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Originally posted by garyinhere garyinhere wrote:



I've look a little bit into Zenfolio but I'm unsure if I like the layouts.
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I use Zenfolio and i'm a little surprised at the layout comment. It's very flexible. There's a lot of templates and you're also able to edit or adapt any to create your own template.

I can't imagine you'd find anything with better options...
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