Image-Hosting Service Gives Image Authors Due Credit

There’s no shortage of image-hosting and photo-sharing websites, but newcomer is worth a look for its ethical strong author attribution features, no image size limits and clean design. has a very unique feature that credits the original author by using Tin Eye to verify the original creators of any image that gets over 10,000 views — a plus for people who are frustrated when their images get stolen. The site seems very dedicated to helping image creators:

If you can prove you are the author and your image receives more than 1,000 views, we will both link to your page with the new Google rel=author tag AND put a canonical tag on the page to point to your page so any link value gets passed onto your site.

For all users, the site’s clean design — you can add a “?mode=blank” to any image to only focus on the image, and ads only load after the image finishes loading — is also a nice draw.

As a “Community Owned” image hosting site, is selling “nodes” of the service for $US10 a month and will in return share revenues with owners. Learn more about this interesting and different image hosting service by hitting up the link below.

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