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Turning Pro?

When I opened my Flickr account.. I got this warning ->



Hmmmm.. Upgrade to Pro? Should I? :) I'm really considering it. Multiply lowers down the resolution of my uploaded pics. Which is cheaper? Multiply or Flickr? Oh yes... price does matter. :P

Good morning everyone! :)


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Eliza said…
Flickr is better for blogging because it has an option to select what size you want to display and it will provide you the code (not sure if Multiply has this function).

Multiply is better for connections. Because a lot of people are using it.

Nagsisi nga ako Flickr pa yung kinuha ko.. Sana multiply nalang. hehe.. Basic stuff lang naman ang gusto kong ilagay.. If you're a photo hobbyist, Flickr is the best coz you get to share your pics with other fanatics. But if you want to share your pics with people close to you, mag Multiply ka nalang =)
witsandnuts said…
Go for Flickr. I went pro last year and I'm really utilizing the cost involved and it's better for blogging and interacting with Flickr contacts/people. But so sad, they blocked it across UAE. So you can just imagine I miss flickering. I'm using community.webshots.com for the meantime.
Cza said…
@Eliza - Ooooh.. 1 point multiply! :)

@witsandnuts - Thanks for the comment. 1 point Flickr. :)

In fairness... it's a tie. :P
bonakid said…
Mas gusto ko yung look and feel ng flickr. :)
Tsaka at times, mejo nababagalan ako sa multiply.
Cza said…
@bonakid - Kasi naka-pro ka sa flickr na rin no? Hehehe. Kidding! But I do agree na mabagal nga ang multiply at times.
princess_dyanie said…
ako di naman ako pro pagdating sa photog eh kaya multiply lang ako. pero if feel mo na talaga ang flickr, why not?! :)
Cza said…
@princess_dyanie - naku... feeling pro lang ako. hahaha!
Rico said…
If you have the moolah, I'd say Flickr Pro! But if you want to save the moolah (like me) for something else (like food), I'd say check out Webshots. I've been using it for years. It's free and has a huge capacity.
Cza said…
@Rico - Oh yes.. it all boils down to the moolah that's why I'm having a hard time deciding. :) Hehe.
happyskies said…
sis for me flickr. mas maganda resolution ng images doon eh. you can edit images straight from flickr din and you can make moocards also :) madaming affiliate sites yung flickr mas madali gamitin heheh :D
Eliza said…
I changed my mind. I'm happy with Flickr na =) It's more blogger friendly.. You can't use Multiply to store the pics for Blogspot or any other blog...

Ang gawin mo nalang, use Flickr for your pics, blog through Blogspot, then post a link to your blog in Multiply. Ayan, updated lahat ng friends mo =)
Cza said…
@happyskies - o nga sis e! sige sige.. another point for flickr.

@eliza - hahaha! change of heart tlaga e noh. :) okies.. another point for flickr.

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