SmugMug’s acquisition of Flickr brought some changes to the platform, including the limitation to free accounts, which can now only contain up to 1,000 images. If you have a free account with over 1,000 photos, today is the last day to upgrade to Pro because starting tomorrow, Flickr will delete all your excess photos. With some exceptions, though.
After announcing the possibility of allowing you to download your data, Instagram has now officially launched this feature. Now you can download anything you’ve ever posted in case you want to switch to another network or just backup your data. And at the same time, Instagram has also launched a feature that will let you upload even more content at once.
Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s privacy & portability issues have been all over the news lately. Naturally, some attention has turned toward Instagram, too. After all, he owns them both, so why not look at both platforms? TechCrunch posted an article a few days ago about Instagram’s portability problem. That problem being that you’re unable to download your data.
While Facebook (sort of) allows you to do this (it’s never worked for me), Instagram doesn’t. In response, TechCrunch report that Instagram has announced that this feature is on the way.
Finding information on new cameras before they’re available is both easy and difficult at the same time. There’s so much information and speculation out there that there’s a lot to sift through. When it comes to the 5D Mark IV, Canon Asia have made it easy putting the manual available for download.
So, if you want to see how everything works, now you can. Easily separate fact from fiction and see how it compares to your existing kit. Camera manuals aren’t exactly gripping reading material, but they do help you get to the point and find what you need quickly.