Flickr Stories February 6

Flickr delaying photo deletion for free users until March

Flickr announced last November that it would drop its free tier from 1TB of storage to just 1,000 photos. Originally, Flicker said those who didn’t pay $50 to upgrade to the Pro tier would have their images deleted on February 5th, but now it’s giving users a bit more time.

How to download Flickr photos, albums, and videos

We recently reported that Flickr will be delaying its photo deletion for free users until March, giving users more time to download their Flickr photos, albums, and videos.

Follow along to learn how to download your Flickr albums…

Flickr Stories November 7, 2018

Flickr clarifies recently announced changes, says images from institutional accounts won’t be deleted

Last week, Flickr announced that it will be making some big changes to its consumer plans, which include dropping its free tier with 1TB of storage down to allowing just 1,000 photos. Now, Flickr is out today to clarify what the changes mean for institutions and organizations.

Flickr Stories November 1, 2018

Flickr drops free 1TB plan to just 1000 photos, boosts paid ‘Pro’ tier

For over five years, Flickr has offered 1TB of free storage to users. After Yahoo sold the service to SmugMug back in April, today Flickr will be reducing the free tier to just 1000 photos. On the bright side, it is however bringing some improvements to its paid Flickr Pro tier.

Flickr Stories December 7, 2017

Apple’s iPhone has once again topped the most used camera list for the popular photo sharing website, Flickr. And not just smartphone cameras. All cameras. This comes as no surprise as Apple has long been the reigning champion of the most used camera in the world. expand full story

Flickr Stories December 18, 2015

Flickr today released their list of most popular cameras and brands used for photos shared on their site this year, and it’s no surprise that Apple’s iPhone continues to top the list. The iPhone 6 alone tops the list of most popular camera on Flickr in 2015, accounting for 5% of all photographers on the photo sharing site this year. Various models of the iPhone from 2015 and earlier still in use take 8 out of the 20 slots on the top camera list this year. In total, Apple-branded cameras made up 18.52% of ones used on the service this year.

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