It’s time to either renew or cancel my Flickr Pro subscription. I have my doubts about whether it is worth spending the $50 to renew so I thought I’d explore my options in this post.
Family photos are immensely important to me. They are our memories and I make a point of capturing as much as I can and storing them for future generations.
I enjoy using Google Photos and love seeing the product improve. Google just announced updates that make creating smarter photo albums even easier.
As many predicted, Google relaunched its photos service as the standalone Google Photos just days after I told you why you should use Flickr as your primary photo storage and sharing service. Google Photos is a pretty good service but it still doesn’t beat Flickr where it counts, at least not for me. Keep reading […]
Update (2015-05-28): As many predicted, Google has spun off Google Photos as a standalone app. Taking Flickr on pretty directly! Flickr recently updated its Web and mobile apps with features that make it one of the most compelling photo sharing and storage services available today. It is so good now that using its competitors would […]
I am still amazed at how smart machines are when it comes to understanding what we include in our photos. I just ran two simple searches on Facebook and Google+ Photos of my photos and received these results: I think Google’s machine learning is better when it comes to semantic searches although I haven’t conducted any […]