We all know that there are many photo sharing websites on the web like flickr which allows users to upload their photos and see others work too. But using these sites is not so easy. You first have to sign up and create an account to upload your created or clicked photos which you want to share.
But if you do not agree to create an account on the website then, you can still view other’s work who have allowed their photos to be shared with everyone. So, it is more like that one person will create and upload the pictures, and others will share the job of looking at them.
Considering the inconvenience with uploading your photos, there is an new startup site called Project Minus which aims to make the task of sharing your photos very easy. The website is simple and very easy to use. It makes a superb job of allowing a group of people to upload and view images.
For doing it, just open the site on any browser (may be chrome, Firefox, opera, internet explorer or any other). The page will show you this message written on the homepage.
Now, as per the message, just drag some of the photos on the empty page and its done. The speed of uploading is quite fast. It will take just a few seconds in doing that. The best part is that you do not have to sign up. It saves your time in creating an account, signing up, managing the photos and other stuff.
When you will upload a photo which you want to share online, then, it will be added to your gallery automatically. And, you will be allotted 2 unique URLs to access your collection. One is for viewing, while the other allows editing (renaming existing pics, uploading new images etc). Just give those URLs to your fellow friends and family members and the photo-sharing exercise is complete.
Your friends can also download the photos in zip folder very easily using the link given. you can also name your gallery in the same window. Though it does not need any sign up procedure but still there is an option of ‘Sign in’ at the bottom of the window if one wants to create an account on the site. For more news about what’s coming in the future, see the developers’ blog.