Photobucket was launched in the year 2003 ans was founded by Alex Welch and Darren Crystal. Photobucket is one of the very popular image sharing and hosting websites. The website is designed to preserve and share photos with friends and other users online. So far, Photobucket hosts more than 10 billion images from 100 million registered members, who upload more than four million images and videos per day.
Online photo sharing sites / services like Photobucket can be used to backup photos. The biggest advantage of Photobucket is that it allows you to create a range of photo folders and facilitate you to password protect them. It also allows you to share photos with anyone you want.
Backing photos to Photobucket has only one disadvantage and that is, you have to manually upload your photos to backup. Uploading photos manually at times become a cumbersome task, specially when you have 100s of photos to backup.
Go to Photobucket and login to your account
Choose a Gallery for Upload to Photobucket. You can do so by clicking on "Library" and then select "view library". Here, select the album you want to upload photos to.
Click on orange colored 'Upload now' button. This will open up a screen where it say 'Drag n drop your photos & videos' or 'browse Files'.
Note: You can simple drag and drop photos from your computer or browse through files and folders by clicking 'Browse' button.
Select the photos you want to upload and click 'Open'.
All the selected photos will then be uploaded to your Photobucket account.
The process of uploading or backing up photos on Photobucket is simple and easy to use. Even the first time users will not find it difficult to upload & backup photos to Photobucket. The prompts are easy to understand.
You can install PicBackMan's Photobucket uploader for Mac from the website and start backing up photos and videos.
Automate backup & migration of your photos & videos with support for all top services.
Trusted by users in 125+ countries.
“Your pictures are scattered. PicBackMan helps you bring order to your digital memories.”