Now when you capture something
crazy or funny going on with your camera phone you can easily share it
via Photobucket. By uploading the picture once and sharing it from the
web you can
also help reduce any per-picture charges from your cellphone
provider and be ready to use it for live journals, blogs,
and online photo albums!
Before beginning, you will need to login to your account and retrieve
your "Mobile Upload Address" from your Account Options. This email
address will be your personal upload address, any images sent to
it will be automatically placed in your album. Typically the most
challenging part is the process of emailing from your phone. Each
manufacturer of phones has slight differences in how you can send
images from your phone. Please refer to your cell phone provider or
Phone User Guide if you have a specific question as to if your phone
or plan supports that feature. We have also created a community forum
for Mobile Support at http://forums.photobucket.com.
From your phone select the picture you are uploading to your account.
Depending on your phone and provider there should be an option to send
a "Picture Message" using this photo. This may also be referred to as
sending an MMS message.
Address the message to your Mobile Upload Address you located in your
Account Options earlier - which will be in the format of
username.PIN@uploads.photobucket.com. You can even specify a
within your Photobucket account by entering an album name in the
Subject field. Save the
Mobile Upload address in your phone contact list or phonebook
so that it can be
set up once and easily recalled whenever you'd like to send another
Once sent, the picture should appear
in your album within a few minutes and once there you can treat it like
any other image in your Photobucket account.