51 Best Image Hosting Services

If you have any sort of online presence, whether you are a run-of-the-mill social media user or the CEO of a large design firm, you need to have a place – or, in some cases, multiple places – to store and share your most precious images. For years, we were made to save our pictures on floppy disks, and later CDs, DVDs, and hard drives, but we are now living in the glorious days of massive servers and ultra-secure cloud technologies, all of which are ready to secure, organize, and even share, distribute, and market not only your images, but also videos. These tools are known as image hosting services, and whether you realize it or not, your most trusted devices likely interact with them already through iCloud, Google Drive, and more.

That being said, while the aforementioned image hosting services may be notable, they’re far from being the only ones on the market. As a matter of fact, there are hundreds of solutions that offer tailor-made features for individuals, serious hobbyists, and entire industries – from social media users to pro photographers, large e-commerce operations, and beyond. And when you’re managing a large volume of images, videos, content, and other brand assets, you need something more. MerlinOne’s digital asset management platform is more than just a simple storage solution – and it’s more than your standard image hosting service. A central repository for all your digital assets connected to a powerful search database, MerlinOne serves as your single source of truth for finding and retrieving digital objects based on descriptive metadata terms such as the subject of an image, photographer, or keywords. Download our white paper, The Business Case for DAM, below to learn more about what a digital asset management can do for you.
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To help you make sense of all of the options for hosting your image collection, we’ve created a list of the top 51 image hosting services available today. We’ve organized the following tools alphabetically by free and paid subscription services to make it easy for you to find the perfect solution for your needs.

Free Image Hosting Services

1. CTRLQ.org


CTRLQ.org is a sleek, simple site that allows users to host “images on the Internet, forever.” The service requires absolutely no sign-up or registration; it works as an HTML embed code generator that is designed to pair perfectly with Gmail Mail Merge or other HTML mail services. From there, you can then drop the newly-converted file anywhere you like, all with the security of knowing that your files are stored safely on Imgur.

Key Features:

  • Includes a helpful search by image feature for simplified reverse searches
  • Features an easy-to-use screenshot online tool
  • Allows images to include location data provided by Google Maps

Cost: FREE

2. DeviantArt


DeviantArt is an image hosting and networking site that has long outlived many of the other competing photo-sharing and storage services. Boasting a whopping 47 million members, DeviantArt is currently the largest online art community in the entire world. Users can easily browse, share, exhibit, and even promote their artwork and online image galleries. Additionally, users are given the opportunity to acquire shareable links of their online portfolios for simple sharing, both on and off the site.

Key Features:

  • Includes a highly-trafficked critiques section
  • Active forum for networking and simple troubleshooting
  • Provides printing and sales services for Core Members

Cost: FREE

3. Fotki


If you are looking for an easy-to-navigate photo-sharing site, it doesn’t get much better than Fotki, a free service that allows users to store, share, and print their photos with just a few clicks of a button. The site also functions as a straightforward social media platform that helps users connect with other members in the community, thus maximizing the distribution of license-free images.

Key Features:

  • Google and Facebook integration
  • Simple categorization features for easy-to-reference image searches
  • 15-cent pro-quality printing service

Cost: FREE

4. Free Images

Free Images

Free Images is a photo-sharing platform that hosts a staggering 300,000 license-free images that users can freely download for personal and commercial use. The site features a simple sign-up process; new users can instantly take advantage of its library, which includes categories such as ‘Art and Design,’ ‘People and Families,’ ‘Animals and Wildlife,’ and more.

Key Features:

  • Membership includes access to a combined 3 million licensed and license-free images
  • Simple upload process for storage and sharing
  • Specialized search features allow users to search by photographer and location

Cost: FREE

5. Free Image Hosting

Free Image Hosting

Free Image Hosting is a 100% free site that will host virtually any kind of image, provided they are in GIF, JPG, BMP, and PNG formats. The registration process takes seconds, and afterward, users can upload any number of files, which will then be stored on Free Image Hosting’s servers forever. Shareable images on the site can be hotlinked to non-commercial websites, making it a fitting choice for ordinary Internet users who share images aplenty.

Key Features:

  • No registration is required
  • Stores files sized up to 3000KB
  • Includes a comprehensive commercial photography section

Cost: FREE

6. Gifyu


Gifyu is one of the few image sharing and storage sites that allows users to upload GIF images and distribute for both private and public use. In addition to secure storage, the free service also provides a large library of GIFS and static images that can be easily downloaded or shared via automated embed codes. For endless inspiration, be sure to check out the site’s unique randomized search option.

Key Features:

  • Optional plug-in feature
  • A library of 100% family-friendly images (no adult content allowed)
  • Up to 300GB hotlinking bandwidth

Cost: FREE

7. ImageBam


ImageBam is a site that allows users to create their own galleries for easy sharing on a multitude of online platforms, including Twitter, forums, blogs, eBay, Craigslist, Facebook, and more. To sweeten the deal even more, the service offers unlimited downloads and uploads on all file sizes up to 10MB. ImageBam does not require registration, but registered users do enjoy more benefits, like secure storage and advanced photo management options.

Key Features:

  • ImageBam’s servers are fast and reliable
  • Supports JPEGs and GIFs
  • Includes basic, ZIP, and multi-upload options

Cost: FREE

8. Imagebin


Imagebin is yet another no-nonsense image hosting and basic editing site that promises 100% free use. All users need to do is upload their file, then add unique attributes, like titles, tags, and descriptions, for a more streamlined organizational experience. In addition to safely keeping the image, Imagebin also provides users with a unique URL for easy sharing to social media, blogs, and other websites.

Key Features:

  • Users can opt to use the service anonymously or through a registered account
  • Supports files up to 15MB
  • Stores images for up to 6 months

Cost: FREE

9. ImageFra.me

Image Fra.me

Image sharing and storage site ImageFra.me is a straightforward solution for those looking to both access unlicensed photos and share their own. Anyone can upload an image, but registered members, (known as “Pro” members) enjoy unlimited uploads, minimal ads, and even unlimited monthly bandwidth.

Key Features:

  • Fast global network
  • Simple-to-organize libraries
  • Profiles can be created in minutes

Cost: FREE

10. ImageTitan


ImageTitan features a fairly similar layout to many of the aforementioned sites, but what sets the free service apart is that it allows users to upload up to 100 images with just a push of a button, making it a fitting choice for those who routinely perform mass uploads. This can be done in a variety of ways on any FTP software, whether you use direct image, forum image, or website image codes.

Key Features:

  • Optimal for message boards, auctions, and guestbook posts
  • Unlimited uploads
  • Supports gifs, jpgs, jpegs, and pngs

Cost: FREE

11. ImageVenue


ImageVenue touts itself as a free hosting site for “auctions sites, message boards, and bloggers.” The photo sharing and storage platform is a completely free option that offers unlimited bandwidth and unlimited hosting, all without the requirement for registration. ImageVenue even lets users organize their images using “ADULT content” and “FAMILY safe” filters for safe viewing and downloading.

Key Features:

  • Supports files sized up to 6MB
  • Hosts jpeg and jpg files
  • Includes an easy-to-use resizing feature upon upload

Cost: FREE

12. imgbb


imgbb is an image hosting site that also features a handy plugin option for streamlined uploads for users’ own sites. Once downloaded, the plugin allows users to upload directly to imgbb where automated insertion codes, drag and drop options, and built-in editing tools are always available. Accounts are free and can be created using your various social media log-in credentials, like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and more.

Key Features:

  • Plug-in can be added to your website using a simple HTML header code
  • Allows for remote uploads
  • Supports images up to 16MB in size

Cost: FREE

13. imgbox


imgbox is a fast and simple image hosting solution that supports both photo and video uploads. With over seven years in the business, it’s a highly-trusted option for users in need of free unlimited storage space and time. Note: imgbox supports video storage through the instant upload service, Sendvid, which can be accessed on your browser and via its app.

Key Features:

  • Supports images up to 10MB in size
  • Allows for hotlinking
  • User-friendly interface

Cost: FREE



When it comes to bare-bones simplicity, Imggmi has all of the other sites beat. This registration-free service allows users to store photos without time constraints, and even supports images in all forms, including png, jpg, jpeg, and gif. The simple upload option comes equipped with a smart editing tool that allows users to quickly edit the image’s dimensions, eliminating the need for a second resizing step. Upon upload, users are given links or URLs for fast and easy downloads.

Key Features:

  • Subscription-free service
  • Service available and all images accessible 24/7
  • Includes special rotating feature in the upload editor

Cost: FREE



IMGHST is yet another user-friendly tool that gives users the power to simply drag and drop their images for safe storage, no traditional uploading required. Currently, the service imposes no limitations on storage or bandwidth, and there are absolutely no caps on uploads per day or per year. All images are kept in the IMGHST server for a minimum of 365 days, making it a fitting option for those working with a high number of images, or those who simply like to keep their options open.

Key Features:

  • Supports images up to 10MB in size
  • Adult images allowed
  • Commercial use is permitted

Cost: FREE

16. Imgur


The current reigning king of image hosting sites is none other than Imgur, a massive photo-sharing platform that hosts an endless amount of images, from popular GIFs to memes and beyond. Non-registered users can peruse the site using its simple search tool, while registered members can take advantage of the site’s storage and generous built-in editing tools. Imgur is a must-visit site for those requiring plenty of free, trendy image content.

Key Features:

  • Easy sign up with your Google, Twitter, Facebook, or Yahoo! credentials
  • Includes a ‘Top Comments’ section
  • Search can be conducted by user, images, tags, and more

Cost: FREE

17. JAlbum


JAlbum is a free service that allows users to create their own albums in a similar way to the other competing sites, except that it offers up much more control in terms of ordering, layout, and naming. Users have the option to share their albums publicly or keep their photos entirely private on JAlbum’s secure server. Currently, JAlbum boasts a 5-star review from Trustpilot and has been used by 120 million websites worldwide.

Key Features:

  • Drag and drop features
  • Albums can be integrated onto all websites or blogs
  • Dozens of customizable templates available

Cost: FREE

18. Pexels


Pexels is an image hosting site that specializes in the sharing of licensed and license-free photos by a community of talented photographers. The service includes a simple sign-up process that can be accessed and connected via various social media accounts. From there, users can then choose from a library of unique images that have been curated by Pexels’ team. As a plus, the service also offers a wide range of free stock videos that are available for instant download.

Key Features:

  • Allows users to select photos by genre, popularity, and even color scheme
  • Includes a ‘Top Photographers’ section
  • All photos and videos can be used for both personal and commercial purposes

Cost: FREE

19. PhotoSnack


PhotoSnack is a service that allows users to upload photos from Facebook, Google Photos, Instagram, and a variety of other social networking sites for safekeeping and display. Users have the option to choose from customizable templates that can then be shared instantly in attractive HTML5 slideshow formats. All of these features are supported via embeds that are built to work with a variety of different website templates, including those often used on WordPress, Blogger, Wix, and more.

Key Features:

  • PhotoSnack Photo Portfolios were developed for professional photography displays
  • HTML5 slideshows are fully-compatible with mobile devices
  • Simple browsing option for users seeking inspiration

Cost: FREE

20. Pixabay


Pixabay offers users a staggering 1.6 million royalty-free images and videos that have been uploaded by the site’s sweeping global creative community of photographers and videographers. Those seeking images do not need an account to access the online catalog, and those interested in image sharing and keeping can join with just a couple clicks of a button. The library of images is helpfully organized by illustrations, photos, portraits, vector graphics, and more.

Key Features:

  • Users can choose from curated ‘Editor’s Choice’ options
  • All images can be used and shared on social media
  • Image uploads take only a few minutes to display on profiles

Cost: FREE

21. PostImage


PostImage is a no-nonsense image hosting and sharing site that generates specialized photo links to be used on Facebook, Twitter, message boards, and blogs. All users need to do to get started is copy and paste or drag and drop images, select the resize features, and indicate an expiration date. PostImage’s features can be accessed on your browser or via its plugin.

Key Features:

  • Website plugins and Windows App available
  • Allows users to upload via saved images or URLs
  • Supports a variety of message board software

Cost: FREE

22. Pxhere


Pxhere is a site that hosts only license-free images, allowing users to browse and select without the concern of copyright infringement. All images can be copied, modified, and distributed freely, even without the use of attributions. Hosted images are organized into simple-to-access categories, such as ‘New’ and ‘Hot Photos’. All photos can be easily saved and assessed for contribution with a simple sign-up process.

Key Features:

  • Available in 26 different languages
  • Showcases the most popular photographers’ portfolios
  • Simple keyword search included

Cost: FREE

23. Teknik


Teknik is a site that offers a variety of helpful features, including encrypted file uploads, pastebins, URL shorteners, and more. Users that sign up with the site can access several perks, including email account access, service data, and unlimited GIT repos. This is a multi-faceted solution that is a fitting choice for those in need of a more complex image hosting option.

Key Features:

  • Free basic account (can upgrade to PRO with a $5 donation)
  • Includes a personal blog
  • Supports files sized up to 1GB

Cost: FREE

24. Unsplash


Similar to Pexels, Pxhere, and other sites discussed above, Unsplash is an image hosting and sharing service that offers up a massive library of professional curated images that just so happen to be completely free and unlicensed. The most impressive collections are updated weekly by the Unsplash team, offering a wide range of gorgeous images that can be modified and incorporated into any website or blog, free of attribution.

Key Features:

  • Library contains over 850,000 high-resolution images
  • Thousands of new photos added daily
  • Community includes 100,000+ photographers and creators

Cost: FREE

25. Use.com


Use.com is an image hosting site that stores photos in conjunction with their stipulated titles and tags. Some helpful features include a bulk uploader, thousands of free photo templates which can be easily incorporated into many blogs and websites, an eBay gallery-maker, and even a simple-to-access image sharing tool. Use.com even gives users access to a branded image editor that allows for even further customization of photos.

Key Features:

  • No sign-up required
  • Privacy options can easily be added and deleted from photos and galleries
  • Supports unlimited uploads

Cost: FREE

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26. 500px


500px is the premier service for users in need of a vast library of both licensed and unlicensed images from the top photographers the world over. Currently, the site offers members access to the 500px collection on Getty Images, an exclusive partnership that serves as an easy add-on for members at all different levels. It’s also a particularly fitting option for photographers in need of an image hosting sites that doubles as a licensing body, as 500px offers its own easy licensing options for curated images.

Key Features:

  • Features galleries of images hand-picked by 500px editors
  • Gallery slideshow-maker options
  • Ad-free experiences for high-level memberships

Cost: FREE to $19.99/month

27. Adobe Portfolio

adobe portfolio

Adobe Portfolio is the ideal image hosting choice for creatives in need of a place to both safely store photos and beautifully display their galleries of images. It’s also a fitting option for designers who regularly design complex splash pages, as the software supports the quick creation of beautiful, single-page sites. Hosting of unlimited pages is included in each level of the Adobe Portfolio membership.

Key Features:

  • Users can choose to purchase the Creative Cloud Photography app or a bundle of Adobe apps
  • All images stored safely on the Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Automated imports from Lightroom

Cost: $9.99-$52.99/month

28. Amazon Prime Photos

amazon prime photos

Amazon Prime members enjoy a variety of benefits on the company’s online shopping platform, but many don’t know that the e-commerce site also doubles as an image hosting service. Members can access the Amazon Photos app by downloading it onto their devices and, from there, can use it to store their photos, order prints, create slideshows, and more. Amazon even offers extended storage plans for as little as $11.99/year.

Key Features:

  • Backed by Amazon security
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Photos can be stored and accessed on the Fire TV

Cost: $119/year

29. Canon Irista

Canon Irista

Canon Irita is camera maker Canon’s premier image hosting site; it’s one that is designed to work alongside its products, but non-Canon users can also use it, too. The service allows for the management, storage, and even printing of photos via a cloud-based platform that can be accessed on a variety of devices, including cameras, tablets, laptops, phones, and more.

Key Features:

  • First 15GB is FREE
  • No resolution changes to images required for storage
  • Easy-to-use image sharing options

Cost: FREE to $129/month

30. Dropbox


Dropbox serves as an old standby for image hosting, sharing, and storage – and for good reason: the service is one of the most longstanding and thus, it’s earned some trust among users. Recently, Dropbox has evolved into somewhat of a workflow platform that is built for team-based collaboration, with tools that make the transfer of data, including high-res images, simple and seamless.

Key Features:

  • Includes cutting-edge security for each account
  • 2TB of space for the Professional membership
  • Comes with a free 2GB of space

Cost: FREE to $20/month

31. droplr


droplr is an image hosting and file sharing platform that specializes in the transferring of large files of screenshots and screencasts, up to 10GB. The system also doubles as a workflow software, one that is built to help teams share information visually, securely, and with precision – all at super-fast speeds. As a bonus, droplr also supports the sharing of branded files with customized short links that include the company’s domain.

Key Features:

  • Customized short link file transfer
  • Works across all devices
  • Messaging options available for screencast sharing

Cost: FREE to $2.99/month; Contact for Enterprise edition

32. DropShots


DropShots is an ultra-secure image hosting site that specializes in the sharing and storage of photos and videos. Recently, Forbes named it as the “#1 private video sharing service on the Internet.” The platform gives users full control of a number of unique settings that allow for optimized transfers, visually-appealing sharing options, and ironclad privacy settings.

Key Features:

  • Includes access to an intuitive image editor
  • Support imports from Instagram, Flickr, and more
  • Auto-organizes photos by date

Cost: FREE to $99

33. Flickr


Flickr sells itself as being the “the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.” It’s a site that gives the entire Internet access to millions of photos, both licensed and license-free. In terms of storage, Flickr prides itself on providing users with a service that allows for optimized organization, whether they have one album or 50.

Key Features:

  • Specialized ‘Commons’ section for easy access to license-free photos
  • Flickr Pro offers automatic photo uploads from a variety of devices
  • Provides advanced stats for photos and galleries

Cost: FREE to $6.99/month

34. Format


Format is a unique website builder that stuns in the areas of image hosting and secure photo storage. It comes with a wide range of templates that are specifically designed with creatives, like artists, designers, illustrators, photographers, models, architects, and digital artists in mind. This means that Format pays particularly close attention to the presentation of images, providing as professional a customized look as possible.

Key Features:

  • Themes showcase photos and videos on all devices
  • Image proofing tools for remote client access
  • Allows users to update portfolio and proofing directly from Lightroom

Cost: $6 to $25/month

35. Google One

Google One

Google Drive has long been a universal platform for all things storage and sharing, but it’s new Google One offers an expanded storage option that is geared towards businesses, professionals, and large family units. It’s a service that aggregates all of the files from a number of Google accounts, including Photos, Drive, and Gmail, for an easier way to access your most important files.

Key Features: 

  • Automatic image backups from all of your devices
  • Saves images at their original quality
  • 24/7 support

Cost: Starting at $2.99/month

36. iCloud


Similar to Google One, iCloud acts as an image hosting and storage platform that is designed to work exclusively with Apple devices. iCloud’s biggest strength is its automatic uploads which allow users to share photos and videos, as well as calendars, and other important documents, across multiple locations and fully-remotely. The service comes with a free 5GB of storage and runs up to $9.99/month, depending on the chosen plan.

Key Features:

  • Automatic time and location stamping on all images
  • 24/7 Apple support
  • Can be accessed on all browsers

Cost: FREE to $9.99/month

37. ImageShack


ImageShack boasts unlimited uploads and space for its users, all while keeping the promise to safeguard original images stored at high resolutions. The service also supports collaboration through easy public sharing options that can also be switched back to ‘private’ with the simple click of a button. To sweeten the deal, ImageShack also supports direct linking, a big plus for those managing images for a number of sites.

Key Features:

  • Plans range from 10GB to 4TB of bandwidth per month
  • Built-in image resizing features
  • Supports jpg, png, gif (including animated gifs), tiff and bmp

Cost: FREE to $99.99/month

38. InMotion Hosting

inmotion hosting

InMotion Hosting is a multi-faceted platform that works as an all-inclusive option for businesses who are not only looking to host their images, but also their entire websites, customer service platforms, and more. For more information on the service’s image hosting options as they correspond to your unique needs, check out InMotion Hosting’s Web Design tools.

Key Features:

  • Works in conjunction with WordPress sites
  • Offers enhanced security measures
  • Dedicated servers for large operations

Cost: Starting at $3.99/month

39. Jimdo


Jimdo promises to help users create websites in “3 minutes.” In addition to providing a myriad of unique templates, it also acts as a secure image hosting and storage tool that includes optimized social media integration for easy and quick uploads. It serves as a great option for those who need the simplest platform possible – without coding – to create their site and host their images.

Key Features:

  • Images hosted can be accessed on all different devices
  • Automatic SEO tools come standard
  • Photo portfolio website templates available

Cost: FREE to $39/month

40. Juicebox


Juicebox specializes in the creation and storage of HTML5 image galleries for seamless integration on websites, blogs, and portfolios. The program is made to work on any browser, and users can upload photos from any existing galleries to get started, including WordPress, Lightroom, PhotoShop, NextGen, and much more.

Key Features:

  • SEO, social sharing, and shopping cart comes built-in
  • Comes in Lite and Full-Feature options
  • Includes intuitive image navigation features

Cost: FREE to $99

41. Keep&Share


Over 2.7 million users use Keep&Share, an online photo storage and hosting tool that supports collaboration through linking, album organization, fast uploads, and much more. The service gives users the ability to share their private details with friends and coworkers so that they can more easily access important images as they are added to albums.

Key Features:

  • Limit views on a person-to-person basis
  • Accessible 24/7
  • Generates unique links for websites, blogs, and social media

Cost: FREE to $149/month

42. MerlinOne


More than a simple image hosting service, MerlinOne offers a full-fledged digital asset management solution for organizing, managing, and collaborating on all your digital assets. With robust communication and collaboration tools built right into the platform, automated workflows to save your team valuable time, and customizable permissions and access controls to ensure that every team member has access to what they need, when they need it, MerlinOne is a masterful tool to empower your creative and marketing teams.

Key Features: 

  • Flexible deployment options (SaaS, on-premise, cloud)
  • Brings all your digital assets together in one place
  • AI helps you find the right assets, faster and with fewer errors
  • Easy distribution at lightning-fast speed
  • User access control and permissions
  • Digital rights management tools
  • Automated workflows

Cost: Schedule a demo to learn more

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43. Microsoft OneDrive

microsoft onedrive

Similar to iCloud and Google One, Microsoft OneDrive is the all-inclusive image and document hosting option that was designed to give users the power to share their most important files as they are created. The platform also comes with a host of helpful image and video editing features that allow for quick and easy filter changes, text additions, music, and more.

Key Features:

  • Allows for offline access
  • Images can be accessed from any device
  • Comes with 1TB of storage

Cost: FREE to $6.99/month

44. Photobucket


Photobucket describes itself as a “one-stop shop for digital content owners seeking an easy-to use, yet powerful platform to store, edit, share, and 3rd Party Image Host photos.” Images can be stored and uploaded from any device and can be edited using a number of special features. Photobucket even offers printing services for the creation of wall art, decor, and more.

Key Features:

  • Supports social media account connections
  • Share photos, one album at a time
  • Signature account recovery services

Cost: FREE to $11.88/month

45. PhotoDeck


PhotoDeck helps users generate “super fast portfolios” that are geared exclusively towards photographers. The site stores and hosts images through personal websites, secure client galleries, and even e-commerce sites. Images can be kept and sold on the site with a $0 commission rate aside from the monthly subscription fee.

Key Features:

  • Specialized SEO instructions for images
  • Insights and monitoring for galleries and images
  • Can be accessed on a range of different devices

Cost: $12 to $60/month

46. PhotoShelter


Just as its name suggests, PhotoShelter is a service that both hosts and safeguards images for photographers, specifically. Currently, the site is offering up unlimited storage for files of all sizes and formats, a huge plus for those in need of an ultra-secure option for their many images. PhotoShelter also includes unique Client Proofing and Access features that make sharing a breeze.

Key Features:

  • Built-in marketing tools
  • Built-in e-commerce tools
  • Automatic client delivery options

Cost: $10 to $45/month

47. Pixpa


Pixpa helps users create portfolio websites, client galleries, and even image-based stores, all with using a set of easy-to-use tools. Each one of Pixpa’s themes is fully “plug-and-play,” and is designed to support all major content types. The service also integrates with all social media platforms and can be accessed on a number of different devices for remote viewing and quick edits.

Key Features:

  • Includes a signature visual style editor
  • Real-time image publishing
  • Includes Google Analytics and Tracking

Cost: $5 to $15/month

48. SlickPic


SlickPic is an advanced image hosting website that is made for “pros and passionate photographers.” The service allows users to store their photos in beautiful online galleries that are fully protected under each individual user’s unique privacy settings, all of which can be added on a photo-by-photo basis. SlickPic also offers users access to a bustling online community where images and tips are shared daily.

Key Features:

  • Can be accessed on the browser or SlickPic app
  • Easy social media sharing settings
  • Photo enhancement features

Cost: FREE to $24.95/month

49. SmugMug


SmugMug is a service that promises to help users “sell, protect, and share” their images, all by using one, ultra-secure platform. The service boasts a range of unique templates that were designed to feature images in the best light possible, always with the goal of sales. SmugMug also works with a series of apps, including AppleTV, for super-easy access and optimal display options on-the-go.

Key Features:

  • Free 14-day trial
  • Each portfolio serves as a customizable website
  • Fully hosted, with unlimited traffic

Cost: $47.88 to $359.88/month

50. Wix


Wix is a website creation and image hosting platform that provides users with a staggering 500 designer-made templates. In terms of simplicity, it doesn’t get much easier than this service; it gives users complete drag-and-drop design freedom, fully customizable image galleries, and advanced design features, including animation, video, backgrounds, and scroll effects.

Key Features:

  • Mobile optimized
  • SEO features for images
  • Configures to a variety of apps

Cost: $4.50 to $24.50/month

51. Zenfolio


Zenfolio is an image hosting and portfolio platform that has been voted #1 by pro photographers. It provides simple storage options that translate into beautiful websites, easy-to-access client proofing, cutting-edge marketing options, and even e-commerce support. Each subscription comes fully-equipped with unlimited uploads and galleries.

Key Features:

  • Each portfolio allows for a custom domain name
  • Built-in shopping cart
  • Accessible from most devices

Cost: $5-$30/month

Ready to learn more about how a complete digital asset management solution can help you manage your images, videos, brand assets, and so much more? Schedule a demo with MerlinOne today. Or, check out our DAM ROI Calculator to find out how much money your company could be saving with a DAM.

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