Photographer uses Google Drive to share full resolution images on Google+
By dpreview staff on
Mar 22, 2013 at 16:56 GMT
Frustrated by size limitations when uploading images to Google+, photographer Trey Ratcliff discovered a way to get around the limitations, and upload original full-resolution photos. In a blog post, he has put together a step-by-step guide on how to do it, which involves using Google Drive - Google's cloud storage service - and sharing images directly from there to Google+. Click the link below to read about how - and why - he did it. Would you share full-resolution images on social media sites? Let us know in the comments.
Click here for the link to Trey Ratcliff's blog post
|Photographer Trey Ratcliff has highlighted the Exif data in the picture above illustrating that uploading via Google Drive enables users to share full resolution images on Google+