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 Post subject: Flickr Group
PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2007 6:44 pm 
Any chance of a Flickr group setup?


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Hi Flux, we were looking into this, so created a cameralabs flickr account, but it seemed most members preferred to use their own accounts and link to them instead - maybe including a 'cameralabs' search term if they liked.

What do you think?

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Gordon,

I startedwith Flickr but my problem is my account is now full (with only 3 albums and 200 pictures) :( so I switch to Google Picasa, which limit is 1 GB :).

The upload tool for Picasa is available for Mac OS and is very similar to Flickr's one, as well as the basic features.

Do you plan to make a comparison on both and open a CameraLabs Picasa album or even better, create a CamaraLabs specific tag on Picasa :?:

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 1:40 am 
Rei-vilo, I don't think you can run out of space. I've got a free account and have no limitations on the number of photos or the space I take up. The only limitation is the number of albums(3) and the monthly upload limit(100mb).


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There is a limit, what Flickr does is keeps all the photos you have uploaded, but you can only display 200/300 (forgot the exact figures) photos on a free account at any one time.

It is well worth the $25 for the pro account. I've Certainly made use of it :D

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 5:39 am 
For usability I really like Flickr and the Pro account is worth the cost.
And for the technically inclined there is a lot that can be done with a flickr account from what I have seen.


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