Photoshelter review

Cloud storage and photography website combined

Photoshelter review
(Image: © Photoshelter)

Our Verdict

Photoshelter is a great platform for photographers who need both cloud storage for their images and an online hub to deliver clients’ photos. However, the site builder doesn’t offer much customization.

For

  • Offers unlimited cloud storage
  • Integrated print fulfillment

Against

  • Very little website customization
  • Clunky user interface

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Photoshelter is a cloud storage service that doubles as a website and e-commerce platform for photographers. The platform enables you to upload full-resolution images and organise them into galleries for visitors and clients. Plus, you can sell prints, license digital downloads, and enable clients to proof images right on your website.

Looking for the best cloud storage solution for your photos? In our Photoshelter review, we’ll cover everything you need to know about this online storage and e-commerce platform. And if you're designing a new site, choose a brilliant website builder.

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The Verdict
4

out of 10

Photoshelter review

Photoshelter is a great platform for photographers who need both cloud storage for their images and an online hub to deliver clients’ photos. However, the site builder doesn’t offer much customization.

Michael Graw

Michael is a freelance journalist and photographer based in Bellingham, Washington. His interests span a wide range from business technology to finance to creative media, with a focus on new technology and emerging trends. Michael's work has been published in TechRadar, Tom's Guide, Business Insider, Fast Company, Salon, and Harvard Business Review.