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NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 7:02pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

and I wasn't able to log in after they migrated away from yahoo so I got them to change my email account, which they did, but they didn't reset my password (which I've long forgotten) and now, when I ask for a new password I never get the email .. at least not to the new email account..
 

We signed up when smugmug took over but I've always been a little miffed at how they had us subscribing for whatever the cost was, then they went "Pro" or "Free" and I can't remember how much more the Pro version was but Free gave us plenty of room but then we realized it didn't offer any stats or cool stuff and so I looked at the pro version and they said sorry, if you went with the free version, you can't go pro. Or some shit like that. Made no sense. Anyway, we lost the stats and stopped really using flickr out of petty spite. But smugmug is good and I hope they get it stable. 
 
i'll try again, as I really liked Flickr, back in the day when I, you know, took photos.
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 6:56pm



 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

and I wasn't able to log in after they migrated away from yahoo so I got them to change my email account, which they did, but they didn't reset my password (which I've long forgotten) and now, when I ask for a new password I never get the email .. at least not to the new email account..
 

We signed up when smugmug took over but I've always been a little miffed at how they had us subscribing for whatever the cost was, then they went "Pro" or "Free" and I can't remember how much more the Pro version was but Free gave us plenty of room but then we realized it didn't offer any stats or cool stuff and so I looked at the pro version and they said sorry, if you went with the free version, you can't go pro. Or some shit like that. Made no sense. Anyway, we lost the stats and stopped really using flickr out of petty spite. But smugmug is good and I hope they get it stable. 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 6:48pm



 buzz wrote:
¿cuanto cuesta?
 
$4.99/month or $49/year (minus the 25% offer)

NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 6:45pm

 buzz wrote:
 
 
and I wasn't able to log in after they migrated away from yahoo so I got them to change my email account, which they did, but they didn't reset my password (which I've long forgotten) and now, when I ask for a new password I never get the email .. at least not to the new email account..
buzz

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Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 6:41pm

 Alchemist wrote:
All - many of us got our photo-sharing start from this website, and hosted our images off Flickr.  In the process, we discovered a seemingly infinite collection of communities and groups to tickle anyone's photographic fancy.  When Flickr struggled to make ends meet I upped my account to "pro" status since I had gotten a lot out of the service and wanted it to continue (a lot like RP itself).  But apparently there aren't enough like-minded people, Flickr continues to lose money, and they need to come up with a viable plan soon.  Here's a copy of the email they just sent out.  

Best,

Paul

Flickr

Dear Flickr Pros,

First, and above all else: thank you. Thank you for being a part of our community. Thank you for caring about Flickr. Thank you for supporting Flickr. Thank you for being a Flickr Pro.

Two years ago, Flickr was losing tens of millions of dollars a year. Our company, SmugMug, stepped in to rescue it from being shut down and to save tens of billions of your precious photos from being erased.

Why? We’ve spent 17 years lovingly building our company into a thriving, family-owned and -operated business that cares deeply about photographers. SmugMug has always been the place for photographers to showcase their photography, and we’ve long admired how Flickr has been the community where they connect with each other. We couldn’t stand by and watch Flickr vanish.

So we took a big risk, stepped in, and saved Flickr. Together, we created the world’s largest photographer-focused community: a place where photographers can stand out and fit in.

And yet, Flickr—the world’s most-beloved, money-losing business—still needs your help.

We’ve been hard at work improving Flickr. We hired an excellent, large staff of Support Heroes who now deliver support with an average customer satisfaction rating of above 90%. We got rid of Yahoo’s login. We moved the platform and every photo to Amazon Web Services (AWS), the industry leader in cloud computing, and modernized its technology along the way. As a result, pages are already 20% faster and photos load 30% more quickly. Platform outages, including Pandas, are way down. Flickr continues to get faster and more stable, and important new features are being built once again.

Our work is never done, but we’ve made tremendous progress.

Flickr still needs your help. It’s still losing money. You, and hundreds of thousands of loyal Flickr members stepped up and joined Flickr Pro, for which we are eternally grateful. It’s losing a lot less money than it was. But it’s not yet making enough.

We need more Flickr Pro members if we want to keep the Flickr dream alive, and we need your help to share the story of Flickr.

We didn’t buy Flickr because we thought it was a cash cow. Unlike platforms like Facebook, we also didn’t buy it to invade your privacy and sell your data. We bought it because we love photographers, we love photography, and we believe Flickr deserves not only to live on but thrive. We think the world agrees; and we think the Flickr community does, too. But we cannot continue to operate it at a loss as we’ve been doing.

Flickr is the world’s largest photographer-focused community. It’s the world’s best way to find great photography and connect with amazing photographers. Flickr hosts some of the world’s most iconic, most priceless photos, freely available to the entire world. This community is home to more than 100 million accounts and tens of billions of photos. It serves billions of photos every single day. It’s huge. It’s a priceless treasure for the whole world. And it costs money to operate. Lots of money.

As you know, Flickr is the best value in photo sharing anywhere in the world. Flickr Pro members get ad-free browsing for themselves and their visitors, advanced stats, unlimited full-quality storage for all their photos, plus premium features and access to the world’s largest photographer-focused community.

Please, help us spread the word. Help us make Flickr thrive. Help us ensure Flickr has a bright future. Every Flickr Pro subscription goes directly to keeping Flickr alive and creating great new experiences for photographers like you. We are building lots of great things for the Flickr community, but we need your help. We can do this together.

We’re launching our end-of-year Pro subscription campaign on Thursday, December 26, but I want to give you a coupon code to share with friends, family, or anyone who shares your love of photography and community so they can enjoy the same 25% discount before the campaign starts.

We’ve gone to great lengths to optimize Flickr for cost savings wherever possible, but the increasing cost of operating this enormous community and continuing to invest in its future will require a small price increase early in the new year, so this is truly the very best time to help everyone upgrade to a Pro membership.

If you value Flickr finally being independent, built for photographers and by photographers, we need your help.

With gratitude,

Don MacAskill
Co-Founder, CEO & Chief Geek

SmugMug + Flickr

Please share coupon code 25in2019 or link below to give the gift of 25% off Flickr Pro now.

https://www.flickr.com/account/upgrade/pro?coupon=25in2019

Your use of Flickr is subject to the Flickr Terms & Conditions of Use and Community Guidelines

View in browser | Unsubscribe

© 2019 Flickr, P.O. Box 390123, Mountain View, CA 94039

 
can't find the price without signing up.{#Stupid}
Alchemist

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Gender: Male


Posted: Dec 19, 2019 - 6:26pm

All - many of us got our photo-sharing start from this website, and hosted our images off Flickr.  In the process, we discovered a seemingly infinite collection of communities and groups to tickle anyone's photographic fancy.  When Flickr struggled to make ends meet I upped my account to "pro" status since I had gotten a lot out of the service and wanted it to continue (a lot like RP itself).  But apparently there aren't enough like-minded people, Flickr continues to lose money, and they need to come up with a viable plan soon.  Here's a copy of the email they just sent out.  

Best,

Paul

Flickr

Dear Flickr Pros,

First, and above all else: thank you. Thank you for being a part of our community. Thank you for caring about Flickr. Thank you for supporting Flickr. Thank you for being a Flickr Pro.

Two years ago, Flickr was losing tens of millions of dollars a year. Our company, SmugMug, stepped in to rescue it from being shut down and to save tens of billions of your precious photos from being erased.

Why? We’ve spent 17 years lovingly building our company into a thriving, family-owned and -operated business that cares deeply about photographers. SmugMug has always been the place for photographers to showcase their photography, and we’ve long admired how Flickr has been the community where they connect with each other. We couldn’t stand by and watch Flickr vanish.

So we took a big risk, stepped in, and saved Flickr. Together, we created the world’s largest photographer-focused community: a place where photographers can stand out and fit in.

And yet, Flickr—the world’s most-beloved, money-losing business—still needs your help.

We’ve been hard at work improving Flickr. We hired an excellent, large staff of Support Heroes who now deliver support with an average customer satisfaction rating of above 90%. We got rid of Yahoo’s login. We moved the platform and every photo to Amazon Web Services (AWS), the industry leader in cloud computing, and modernized its technology along the way. As a result, pages are already 20% faster and photos load 30% more quickly. Platform outages, including Pandas, are way down. Flickr continues to get faster and more stable, and important new features are being built once again.

Our work is never done, but we’ve made tremendous progress.

Flickr still needs your help. It’s still losing money. You, and hundreds of thousands of loyal Flickr members stepped up and joined Flickr Pro, for which we are eternally grateful. It’s losing a lot less money than it was. But it’s not yet making enough.

We need more Flickr Pro members if we want to keep the Flickr dream alive, and we need your help to share the story of Flickr.

We didn’t buy Flickr because we thought it was a cash cow. Unlike platforms like Facebook, we also didn’t buy it to invade your privacy and sell your data. We bought it because we love photographers, we love photography, and we believe Flickr deserves not only to live on but thrive. We think the world agrees; and we think the Flickr community does, too. But we cannot continue to operate it at a loss as we’ve been doing.

Flickr is the world’s largest photographer-focused community. It’s the world’s best way to find great photography and connect with amazing photographers. Flickr hosts some of the world’s most iconic, most priceless photos, freely available to the entire world. This community is home to more than 100 million accounts and tens of billions of photos. It serves billions of photos every single day. It’s huge. It’s a priceless treasure for the whole world. And it costs money to operate. Lots of money.

As you know, Flickr is the best value in photo sharing anywhere in the world. Flickr Pro members get ad-free browsing for themselves and their visitors, advanced stats, unlimited full-quality storage for all their photos, plus premium features and access to the world’s largest photographer-focused community.

Please, help us spread the word. Help us make Flickr thrive. Help us ensure Flickr has a bright future. Every Flickr Pro subscription goes directly to keeping Flickr alive and creating great new experiences for photographers like you. We are building lots of great things for the Flickr community, but we need your help. We can do this together.

We’re launching our end-of-year Pro subscription campaign on Thursday, December 26, but I want to give you a coupon code to share with friends, family, or anyone who shares your love of photography and community so they can enjoy the same 25% discount before the campaign starts.

We’ve gone to great lengths to optimize Flickr for cost savings wherever possible, but the increasing cost of operating this enormous community and continuing to invest in its future will require a small price increase early in the new year, so this is truly the very best time to help everyone upgrade to a Pro membership.

If you value Flickr finally being independent, built for photographers and by photographers, we need your help.

With gratitude,

Don MacAskill
Co-Founder, CEO & Chief Geek

SmugMug + Flickr

Please share coupon code 25in2019 or link below to give the gift of 25% off Flickr Pro now.

https://www.flickr.com/account/upgrade/pro?coupon=25in2019

Your use of Flickr is subject to the Flickr Terms & Conditions of Use and Community Guidelines

View in browser | Unsubscribe

© 2019 Flickr, P.O. Box 390123, Mountain View, CA 94039


fractalv

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Location: Cornell, CA
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 28, 2019 - 7:53pm

El Nido
El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
Ohmsen

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Location: Valhalla Mists


Posted: Oct 27, 2019 - 5:22am



 Copenhagen_Cat wrote:
Thank you, Ohmsen. :) I thought it might work since I copied the BB code from the site that host the pictures, but no. Guess I have to start paying photobucket.com, so I can use that again.
 

If I wanted to post my personal fotos on the web, I'd go to Flickr, as BillG already advised further down.
Flickr is free for up to 1000 fotos/videos.  Explore here (https://flickr.com/explore/)

Licenses control how others use your photos. You can restrict others' usage or open it up to them. Flickr gives you a variety of options to choose from.

Also, you can opt-in for a Creative Commons license there


KurtfromLaQuinta

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Location: Really deep in the heart of South California
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 26, 2019 - 8:07pm



 Copenhagen_Cat wrote:
Thank you, Ohmsen. :) I thought it might work since I copied the BB code from the site that host the pictures, but no. Guess I have to start paying photobucket.com, so I can use that again.
 
NOOOOOOO!
Stay away from Photoripyouoff!

Try these guys... https://imgur.com/
Way easier to deal with. And cheaper too! FREE!

Or what Scott said.  


ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 26, 2019 - 4:29pm



 Copenhagen_Cat wrote:
Thank you, Ohmsen. :) I thought it might work since I copied the BB code from the site that host the pictures, but no. Guess I have to start paying photobucket.com, so I can use that again.
 
Start a Tumblr site. You don't need any embed code anymore, just paste the image URL right here in the text-entry box.




Copenhagen_Cat

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Posted: Oct 26, 2019 - 2:35pm

Thank you, Ohmsen. :) I thought it might work since I copied the BB code from the site that host the pictures, but no. Guess I have to start paying photobucket.com, so I can use that again.
Ohmsen

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Location: Valhalla Mists


Posted: Oct 26, 2019 - 10:52am

Sorry, can't see your pictures (last two). Pls scroll down this thread, there was already an explanation further down the page...................................... 



Perhaps you are able to see them, since you are logged on to a site, but the links you post do not translate as images to everyone else but only you (since you are logged in on another website):

https://PetoftheDay.com/talk/a...

The links would have to end with an image file name, such as .jpg, or .gif, or .png. - NOT: .php !

Hope this helps. 

ScottFromWyoming

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Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 25, 2019 - 7:28pm



 fractalv wrote:
Green Dragontail

Green Dragontail butterfly, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
 

those are cool! For some reason, I've been seeing videos in my Facebook and they're pretty wild.
fractalv

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Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 25, 2019 - 7:17pm

Green Dragontail
Green Dragontail butterfly, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Location: Really deep in the heart of South California
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 21, 2019 - 7:58pm



 SeriousLee wrote:

That's gorgeous!
 
I concur.

SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Oct 20, 2019 - 7:53am

 fractalv wrote:
Corong Corong Beach
Sunset on Corong Corong Beach, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
 
That's gorgeous!
haresfur

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Location: The Golden Triangle
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 19, 2019 - 6:23pm



 fractalv wrote:
Corong Corong Beach

Sunset on Corong Corong Beach, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
 

Nice. I'll have a Sundowner
fractalv

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Location: Cornell, CA
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 19, 2019 - 11:41am

Corong Corong Beach
Sunset on Corong Corong Beach, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
fractalv

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Location: Cornell, CA
Gender: Male


Posted: Oct 18, 2019 - 9:58pm

Palawan rock frog (Staurois nubilus)
Palawan rock frog (Staurois nubilus)
NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Sep 30, 2019 - 6:53am

 miamizsun wrote:


nice

i've seen some of those positions in the kama sutra 

just sayin'
 
{#Lol}
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