Katmandude

Joined on Jan 30, 2014

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havn't had much of an issue. some times it just won't work at all. most of the time it's flawless.

Link | Posted on Jul 11, 2019 at 15:22 UTC as 70th comment
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lazyhusky: For the site's future health, I understand the plan to introduce 1000 images limit and Pro plans. However, I find it unfair to delete images of existing users with 1000+ images.
Perhaps remove the ability to upload until they clear up some old images? Instead of having their images deleted outright, this will allow them a chance to tailor their content.

don't know about the costs, what is the average number of photos that one person can upload. I'm pretty sure most people don't upload 100 pictures per upload like i do 2 or three times a month.... and data servers are not really that expensive. especially since i was getting publicity on my feed when it was free...

Link | Posted on Nov 30, 2018 at 21:33 UTC
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lazyhusky: For the site's future health, I understand the plan to introduce 1000 images limit and Pro plans. However, I find it unfair to delete images of existing users with 1000+ images.
Perhaps remove the ability to upload until they clear up some old images? Instead of having their images deleted outright, this will allow them a chance to tailor their content.

I agree with JND, removing the excess pictures from 1K is an bad move. firstly how would you chose which ones stay? And removing content is not a good idea. I've got 34K photos, they might not all be great, but at least half are decent, and half of that are publishable. that means I'm well over the 1K limit by a large margin. All my work , and hours to make great pictures for free from them basically will be thrown out. The interesting part is that I can technically upload it all back up with little effort, even to another hosting site (like a competitor)... I'm not happy about the situation, think it's time to spend some cash :) Flickr /smugmug should be wary of peoples feelings and the amount of time it will take to chose and erase photos.

Link | Posted on Nov 2, 2018 at 13:23 UTC

are you serious? you honestly think that you can pull it off? It's hard enough to get a decent sharp photo as it is with a full fledged DSLR. Don't you think motion blur off ANY movement on a very very small sensor is just going to make this sort of BS impossible to pull off? haven't you learned that this sort of sensationalist idiocy is just going to make people more nervous than they already are? or more paranoiac towards technology? anybody who's into taking pictures knows who bloody hard it is to get a tack sharp image where and when one wants with any sort of camera.

Link | Posted on Jan 19, 2017 at 08:43 UTC as 17th comment
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