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Flickr gives all users 1TB of Photo Storage Free — I Buy a Cannon T3i

Sunset on tree trunks

So Flickr has announced that all users will be getting 1TB of free photo hosting. That is pretty sizable free storage! Add to that, they have also announced that all images will be available at full-size and the deal gets even sweeter!

I used to use flickr way back before Yahoo bought them and for the most part I really enjoyed the service. I even paid for it at one point, before I realized that I don’t like renting where I put my precious images.

This news is a game changer in terms of photo storage and hopefully realigns flickr as the serious photographers web storage option. Even their home page allows you to calculate how many photographs 1TB holds (The answer is, it is always a lot of photographs!). I was so jazzed, I quickly picked up a refurbished Cannon Rebel T3i Body (for $351.99) to replace my ailing Rebel XT now almost 10 years old.

So, my advice is dust off your Yahoo account and get snapping!

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An intense presentation style developed in Tokyo of 20 slides, each slide being on screen 20 seconds (hence 20×20). All PechaKucha presentations are over in 6.66 minutes.

GRIN

GRIN (Great Images In NASA) is the official depository for all images from NASA, even if its acronym doesn’t make much sense. It is an amazing resource and full of fascinating images.