I share some of my photography on the photo sharing site Flickr. Flickr was part of Yahoo and has since been purchased by SmugMug. This article explains how to create a free Flickr acount and how to view and download my photography.
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.
B & H Photo is my preferred source for purchasing photo and video equipment. I bought my first F2 from their 2nd store location on West 17th Street. I have used the Website to order many times and have never been disappointed. When visiting New York City be sure to include a walk through the current store at 420 Ninth Avenue on the corner of West 34th Street in Manhattan.
Digital Photography Review's mission is to provide the most authoritative reviews of, the fastest, fullest news reports about, and the most comprehensive database of consumer digital cameras in the world, and to provide an open, active forum and useful tools for its community. Started in 1998 by Phil Ashley and now an Amazon property. The reviews are comprehensive and a must read before buying a camera. The forums are a good source of information for printing, lighting and repair isues.
Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google.
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