Flickr is cutting down storage to 1,000 photos for free users

Flickr is cutting down storage to 1,000 photos for free users

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Flickr found new ownership under Smugmug earlier this year, and inevitably, that comes with changes.

The image hosting service has made a big one: Free accounts will be limited to 1,000 photos from Jan. 8, 2019, a significant cut from the terabyte of storage that was previously offered to users.

If you’ve reached 1,000 photos, you won’t be able to upload any more. If you’re already over the limit, then Flickr will delete your files until you’ve reached the limit, starting with the oldest one. For those who want to keep their photos, a Pro account costs $ 50 a year.  Read more…

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