The photo sharing site Flickr.com has enhanced their free account to include 1 TB of storage and full resolution uploads. Previously, only the $30/year Pro account offered full resolution as well as unlimited storage. While 1TB isn’t unlimited it will cover most family picture needs. Current high resolution DSLR cameras output .jpg files of about 8MB.per picture. A 1TB storage limit would handle about 125,000 photographs Assuming you take, on average, 100 pictures each week, it would take 24 years to reach the !TB limit. While not the most convenient site for casual sharing, it is a great way to archive your digital photos.
Flickr.com Enhances Free Accounts
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