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Worth the download
I have 12,000 photos uploaded to Flickr. None are public. I use Flickr as a storing app just to store my photos so I can save space on my phone, camera, and computer. You can choose to make your photos and albums either public or private. You get 1 TB of storage. You don't have to pay for it, or watch ads, etc. You get that much storage right from the start. I have 12,000 photos uploaded and I'm only using around 3% of that storage! All of my life's photos are stored on here. Baby pictures, pictures of my art and writings, pretty much ALL of my childhood photos, selfies, photos of my pets, etc. My Flickr account and what's on it is my pride and joy. I feel safe storing these photos on here just for me to enjoy.
Flickr is easy to use, free, organized, and there's no pop-up ads. No ads at all I think (remember, I only use Flickr privately).
You can make albums, but Flickr automatically organizes all of your photos by the date they were taken.
I highly recommend this app.
The ONLY thing I can complain about is that it doesn’t hold videos longer than 3 minutes. And it takes a really long time to upload videos, no matter how short they are. It’s a shame because I would love to store videos on here too, but for now it’s great for all my photos.
Auto Upload Doesn’t Work Like It Used To
I have a couple of issues. First, auto upload from my phone once I am on a WiFi network stopped a few years ago and never returned with any real regularity. It used to be absolutely incredible.
Second, I signed up when this was free through SBCGlobal DSL subscription. It then went to Yahoo!. I am now a Comcast subscriber. My cell phones are through AT&T. Somehow, my flickr account creation email SBCGlobal was tied to my AT&T account (probably via Yahoo!). Every few months, my AT&T account will send an alert telling me something has been hacked and it cuts off my access to my SBCGlobal/Yahoo! Account access and demands I update my password. It is never a smooth ride and usually takes me a couple of hours to go through multiple account password changes before something takes. The problem is when this happens, I am locked out of my flickr account. I have over 72K images on flickr, so access is a must. No one seems to have an answer.
Other than those two things, I love flickr.
It’s Fun To Share Your Work
I am in the process of scanning thousands of 35 MM Negatives going back over a 36 yr period. Although I’ve received compliments over the years, I’ve seen much better work than mine. I also have collected photos from the internet and always mark those in capital letters, “not my photo”. I leave my own work Public and others people’s photos (sometimes taken only for the purposes of selling the subject in the photo, usually a vintage car) I rate “friends and family”. I have tried to share some of my pics on sites like FOAP in hopes of making a little money, but, from what I’ve read, photos with people in them are what buyers of stock photos want. I am not going to take someone’s picture and then chase them around with a Model release form in my hand for their signature. I am just going to do what I’ve always done and keep photography fun. The only tedious part of uploading photos is adding tags, but I guess it’s necessary.
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