U will also end up having less numbner of of sets that what u got. Although u will have more than the 3 set limit.
Pay and u get them back. There is a slightly cheaper 2 yr subscription plan
if they only have an even cheaper 5 yr plan :P
It's got a 2GB storage limit, but unlimited bandwidth.
Also, the plus point is you can edit your pictures with the online PS tools.
:: Nikon D90 | Tamron 17 - 50mm f2.8 VC | Nikkor 85mm f1.8| Nikkor 50mm f1.8 ::
Deviantart is built more towards the general art community rather than just photographers, unlike Flickr. You'll find that most of the entries there are drawings, paintings and the like.
I host my photos on DevArt.
Flickr Pro. Definitely worth the money, especially if you want an offshore backup of your pictures.
- Unlimited uploads (Originals are kept)
- Unlimited sets
- Tagging (including geotagging)
- Participation in various Flickr Groups (thus you can join groups for C&Cs if you want)
- Accessible from my workplace (smugsmug, picasa etc are blocked in my current workplace)
- 3rd party tools and integration with Facebook (among other things)
Last edited by Pinoy; 31st March 2009 at 01:53 PM.
I use Zoto. Unlimited photos for a minimal fee. You can create albums and tag your photos and when you upload a photo, it will keep the original file size.
how abt facebook?
Canon 1000D (Tamron 17-50 F/2.8, Tamron 19-35 f/3.5-4.5, EFS 55-250, EF 50 F/1.8)
Facebook...has the right to distribute your images according to their TOCs (last I heard). Not too friendly for portfolios I guess, unless you have really huge and disturbing watermarks over your photos.
I get free domain name, UNLIMITED BW, UNLIMITED diskspace.
U get to configure any email accounts u require + a very good control panel and all sort of scripts if you want to run some site. It is really ridiculous the stuff they give for so small a fee. I just started with them for a month. my old host was iwi.com.sg. But bluehost is one of the biggest hosting companies so should be allright, I hope.
I use Picasa Web.
I do my post-processing using LightRoom and export them to a folder, which Picasa3 is linked to and upload it easily..
Flickr and photobucket at the moment.
Seems like flickr is the way to go...