Deliver Your News to the World Expands Photo Sharing


REDMOND, WA -, the worldwide leader in online photography education, has expanded their photo sharing program. In addition to the free BetterPholio, 3 more choices are being offered -- Premium BetterPholio, Deluxe BetterPholio and Pro BetterPholio. Each of these websites includes several design choices, as well as individual options -- all extremely affordable.

“We are so happy for the fantastic opportunity to encourage the BetterPhoto community and other beginning and professional photographers to share their talents with others through these beautiful websites,” said Jim Miotke, President and founder of “Our team has given much thought to the varied needs of those who share, and sometimes sell, their photos and, with the many options our BetterPholios offer, we are certain we have the best product available.”

The free BetterPholio is a starter product to see how easy it is to share images online with the world. However, as your collection of images grows, the Premium, Deluxe and Pro BetterPholios all allow an increasingly greater number of photos to be displayed with many unique, sleek design options. Additionally, there are options for biography and contact pages, your own domain name, image sales, visitor statistics and many other possibilities.

BetterPhoto brings together over 150,000 members from around the world for learning, fun, and community. The site offers over 100 courses on photography and Photoshop, taught by scores of published, professional photographers including Tony Sweet, Brenda Tharp, Jim Zuckerman, and Shutterbug editor George Schaub. Courses are offered every month. Sign up today to get your photos thoughtfully and promptly reviewed by professionals. The monthly contest, considered the best on the web, brings in over 25,000 entries monthly, and awards winners in 10 categories.


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