Today, Flickr launched a mayor interface update and finally - and I mean finally - eliminated their measly 200 picture limit for free accounts, something that was way overdue. Yahoo now give you one terabyte (1.000 Gigabyte) of space to show off your stuff, which makes them look a little like a pendulum: either hardly anything or way too much.
All flagship and semi-pro Nikon cameras since the D1X and D200, mid range models since the D90 and “Baby-Nikons” since the D3100 are capable of automatically recording geo-referenced meta-data into image headers (Exif), a practice popularly known as “geo-tagging”.
I am not going to nag about how my search traffic has dropped off to virtually nothing. I'm sure I deserve it. One can hardly pretend to know better than a couple of hundreds of Google engineers, right?
It's amazing how everything that the Yahoo boys try ends up dead in the water, eventually. When they started out, they ended up killing all my favorite photo-sharing websites, like Web Aperture and Harphampix, by sheer over representation. Now they are on the same down roads as their predecessors, I'm afraid... The people who u…
In spite of the widespread clamor among wildlife photographers for semi professional long lenses in the 2.500 dollar price bracket, the mayor manufacturers are still unwilling to listen. Time to call upon Nikon to give us an affordable 500 mm. Join us at Flickr and Facebook.