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Five ways to share private photos from your computer | Internet

It is possible to share personal photos with friends and family through free online services. To preserve the privacy of the contents, cloud storage tools like Google Photos and Dropbox allow you to limit the viewing possibilities of the albums to only trusted people.

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Users who value convenience and want to skip the registration stage can use platforms like WeTransfer and Smash. Efficient and easy to use, they make it possible to send photos in a few clicks, through links that can be shared with anyone. It is worth mentioning that, in all these services, files are sent without loss of quality. In the list below, check out five ways to share private photos from your computer.

List brings five ways to share private photos via computer Photo: Divulgao / GoogleList brings five ways to share private photos via computer Photo: Divulgao / Google

List brings five ways to share private photos via computer Photo: Divulgao / Google

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Google Photos lets you share private images on your computer Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudoGoogle Photos lets you share private images on your computer Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudo

Google Photos lets you share private images on your computer Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudo

Google Photos is a photo and video storage service in the cloud that has a number of advantages. The platform creates thematic films, identifies people and animals and allows sharing on the albums, like the entire photo library with family and friends. Available for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones, the tool stands out for offering unlimited storage space in the Google cloud, which makes it the best alternative for media backup when changing smartphones or freeing up space on the computer.

WeTransfer shares large files on the Internet Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudoWeTransfer shares large files on the Internet Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudo

WeTransfer shares large files on the Internet Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudo

WeTransfer is a large file sharing service over the Internet. The platform, which has an intuitive interface and does not require registration, allows you to send up to 2 GB of files for free by email or link. In the free mode, transfers are available for up to a week. It is also possible to share the photos via cell phone, with the application for Android and iOS systems.

Anyone who needs longer shipping times or limits should subscribe to the premium plan, which allows you to determine when the material link will expire and send up to 20 GB in files. In addition, WeTransfer Pro subscribers have a personalized folder on the service server and can password-protect files.

Flickr social network for photo sharing Photo: Divulgao / FlickrFlickr social network for photo sharing Photo: Divulgao / Flickr

Flickr social network for photo sharing Photo: Divulgao / Flickr

Popular with amateur and professional photographers for mounting portfolios, Flickr is a service that can also be used by ordinary users to share private photos. The simple procedure: when uploading the images, set the privacy to "visible to friends and family". Before that, however, it is necessary to select which profiles of the social network will be included in these categories.

If you want to share the records with people outside of Flickr without exposing the photos publicly on the platform, just set the viewing settings to "private". When sharing the album, choose the option "All photos (public and private)". It is worth remembering that, in 2018, Flickr was sold by Yahoo! Smugmug and reduced the limit of 1 TB free for up to a thousand items per account, including photos and videos of up to three minutes.

Dropbox: service allows sharing private photos and facilitates corporate work Photo: Divulgao / DropboxDropbox: service allows sharing private photos and facilitates corporate work Photo: Divulgao / Dropbox

Dropbox: service allows sharing private photos and facilitates corporate work Photo: Divulgao / Dropbox

Dropbox is a cloud data hosting service that allows you to concentrate your main files and photos in one place. With a free storage limit of 2 GB, the tool allows you to share folders and individual items through private links. In addition to sharing photos, Dropbox brings a series of attractive functions for those who work or study, such as making comments on files while reading, accessing offline content and downloading torrents remotely.

Smash transmits files without limit of size for free by the browser Photo: Reproduo / SmashSmash transmits files without limit of size for free by the browser Photo: Reproduo / Smash

Smash transmits files without limit of size for free by the browser Photo: Reproduo / Smash

Smash is the ideal alternative for those who want to send heavy photos for free and without having to register for any service. This is because, unlike WeTransfer and its main competitors, Smash does not impose size limits on transfers. In the case of files larger than 2 GB, only the transmission speed is reduced. After uploading the items, the service generates a link that can be forwarded by email or copied to be sent via WhatsApp and social networks.

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