Create Your Own Website With Your Photo Stream Images In iPhoto 0

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Create Your Own Website With Your Photo Stream Images In iPhoto

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People take a lot of images, if it is with your iPhone or digital camera, or other image capture device. These images should be shared, and there is no better way to do that than within iCloud and iPhoto. You can take an image directly and then share it with the world using the iCloud service. You even get your own URL which you can share with friends and family. The result of this is that every time your share and image to the photo stream it is visible to anyone who knows the URL.

Sharing Your Images Within iPhoto

To share your images, open up iPhoto and select the image you want to share. In the bottom right corner click on the big share button and select iCloud from the list.

Set up an iCloud photo stream within the share options.

Set up an iCloud photo stream within the share options.

You will then be given an option to share the image. Select “New Photo Stream”.

From the dialog box that appears add in a name, any comments and make sure your select the “Public Website” check box.

Set up your own public image feed.

Set up your own public image feed.

Press the share button. A new image feed will be created and a URL generated within iCloud. You now have a public image feed. If you select the Url as shown in the image above and open it within Safari you will have a website in which to show off your images.

A public URL is now created to show your images.

A public URL is now created to show your images.

For every new image you want to add to the public website simply select the share button, then the iCloud option and select the photo stream option from the list.

It is a simple way to build your own public site and share your images. If you want to use your own website builder, there are plenty of sites our there that can do this sort of thing although not many are built right into iPhoto.

 

 


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