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Flickr will mass-delete photos starting Tuesday, February 5.
If you have more that 1,000 photos, it’ll delete the oldest ones, unless you buy a Flickr Pro plan.
There are two ways to save them. Here’s how.
Flickr once ruled as the top photo-sharing site on the internet. But over the past decade, it’s been taken over by the likes of Instagram, Facebook, and Google Photos. Now, it’s normally used by just professional photographers.
Ever since the company was purchased by SmugMug from Yahoo in 2018, it’s only focused more on that specialty. The company limited users to only 1,000 photos with a free account. If you want any more, you’ll have to pay up for Flickr Pro, which costs $50 a year. Anyone with a free account after Tuesday, February 5 will have their photos deleted, starting from the oldest, until they’re under the 1,000 limit.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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