how to put my photo online and make it private.

hi
I have some pictures and I am planning to put them online and ask some of my friends to look at it but i need it as secure as possible...as private web..
is there any such we site that will give me that goal.

cheers.
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maytrixCommented:
There's probably a ton of sites that will do this.  I use www.live.com.  I think you get about 2GB of storage for free.  You can create photo albums and then assign people permission to them (through their MS Passport) or you can just send them a link and only someone with the link can access.  I'm sure the majority of photo sites allow basic permissions such as this, live.com is just what I'm most familiar with.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
How private do you want it to be?  Normally places like @maytrix is suggesting are private enough.  While it rarely happens because they have work to do, you should know that the people who run any website hosting you sign up for have access to your files because it is part of their job.  Anything you put on someone else's computer can be viewed in some way by some other people.  If you want it Totally private, secret, and secure, don't put it on the internet.
PithecanthropusCommented:
Flickr is good for this.  I prefer it over others because it doesn't have ads, or at least not a lot of big ads, and it's free.  It belongs to Yahoo so you use your Yahoo ID to log in.
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PithecanthropusCommented:
Forgot to mention that Flickr has straightforward privacy settings.

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besmile4everAuthor Commented:
hi All
flicker seems to me u need to register and invite people if u want it private which is not good to me..what I need is something just upload it direct and u can put username or password or any other way to protect it and allow some people to see it.
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