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My dream scenario is where I can:

  1. Take photos with my iPhone
  2. Then press a button that uploads them to a server (ideally one which I own, but I would also subscribe to a service) and then deletes them off my iPhone.

The photos then should be easily accessible via a web client where I can decide which ones to keep, print or delete forever.

Any recommendations as to services which do this or come close?

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I usually use Dropbox for this purposes.

  1. Take picture with iPhone.
  2. Upload them to Dropbox via the Dropbox app.
  3. Delete from iPhone.

You will be able to access those pictures via the Dropbox web interface. Or via their client on various platform.

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He'll still have to individually delete photos from his phone… –  anon173 Apr 29 '12 at 2:26
    
If you do in once a week, you can actually do a mass upload of the photo that you have taken in the week, and then mass delete them all. –  revolver Apr 29 '12 at 2:38
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I use QuickShot for this. It uploads pictures that you take to Dropbox. There is an option for "Save to Library", giving control over whether the pictures taken with this app are also stored in the camera roll.

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