Web: If you prefer shooting images in better-quality RAW formats, you’ll be aware that photo-sharing sites like Flickr often don’t support the format. Pics.io uploads RAW and JPEG formats to Google Drive, has built-in editing tools, and previews them online.
Pics.io is completely free. Sign up, connect to your Google account, and start uploading photos. These are automatically stored in a separate folder in your Google Drive. The webapp only accepts uploads from your hard drive and detects and alerts you about duplicate uploads.
Images can be curated into collections, which can then be shared with others. It works like most photo-sharing services. You can also make basic edits to your RAW images, although it’s no match for Adobe’s Lightroom or even the free multi-platform Lightzone program.
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