Facebook is one of the most commonly used websites that allows both sharing and storage of photos online, but some others include Flickr, Photobucket and Shutterfly, which are dedicated photo storage sites. In general, dedicated photo storage sites can be a better choice in terms of editing and advanced storage options.
Flickr is one of the most popular photo hosting sites available, and features advanced organization options, allowing users to set up albums, collections and more. All photos and collections can be shared or set to private viewing only, and free accounts grant 30MB of storage space. One downside, however, is that some users may find the wide array of options overcomplicated for simple storage.
For users who plan on sharing their photos actively on a variety of social media channels, Photobucket can be a good choice. This site allows users to share their photos with select friends or entire social networks, and also features a variety of editing options. Due to bandwidth limitations on the site, however, it may not be suitable for professional photographers wanting to build a portfolio.
Shutterfly is appealing mainly due to the fact it has no storage limits in place, allowing users to upload as many photos as they like. This makes it ideal for long term, ongoing photo uploads. Advanced privacy options are standard, and printing services are also available. Limited android app support is one of the main issues with the site, however.