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    Default 200 photo more then 5gb.

    beside flickr and photobucket.
    where do u all usually keep ur photo online?

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    Senior Member ZerocoolAstra's Avatar
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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    your thread title and question don't seem to match.

    Are you saying that you want an online image hosting site for your 200 photos that occupy 5GB of space?
    Do you know how to downsize your images?
    Exploring! :)

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    Hi, to showcase our photo online, usually we will downsize it (within 800 x 800 pixels). For storage purpose, usually we keep it in our locate storage media (e.g. hard disk).

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    And if the pictures are important, remember to store them on more then one media, e.g. one set on portable HDD, one set on DVDRs.

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    If you are a paying instead of being just a free user in photobucket, confirmed more than 5GB of storage.

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    and it should be "more THAN"..not "then"..

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    Quote Originally Posted by kokfann View Post
    and it should be "more THAN"..not "then"..
    hahahah good one...


    I can't imagine trying to upload 5GB worth of data!!
    Wouldn't that take a heck of a long time. Most broadband connections are asymmetric, with the upload speed significantly slower than the download speed.
    Exploring! :)

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    Default Re: 200 photo more then 5gb.

    Just save pictures to an external HDD.

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