Host Twitter images from your blog and keep your traffic, rather than using a service like Twitpic and losing your viewers.
Keep your traffic in the family! Host Twitter images on your own site, with support for comments and trackbacks, image resizing and thumbnailing with Lightbox.
Twitter doesn’t yet come with its own inline image support, so we tend to be limited to using image hosting services, and linking to them with short URLs. So, services like Twitpic host the image, and we direct traffic to them in return.
Better to take advantage of that traffic, and host images on your own site. This way, viewers come to your site, instead of someone else's!
Posted images are displayed in your normal WordPress template, with support for comments and trackbacks, without any setup required. Most themes should work with this, but if not, or if a different layout is required, a custom theme template can also be provided (see 'Creating a Template').
Provides an HTML form for posting image content, as well as an API modelled on that of img.ly, compatible with Tweetie (for iPhone) and any other Twitter clients that speak this protocol and offer configuration of custom image hosting services.
Uses Twitter's authentication and a list of authorised accounts, so you can let others use your image host too. You can even post status updates to Twitter while submitting images.
Provides a widget and shortcode to display uploaded images. This supports filtering by Twitter account, styling with CSS, and Lightbox/Thickbox.