Gallery: 8 photos
Joined Feb 2004
Location: Middle of Michigan
FrankC - 20D, RAW, Manual everything...
Joined Jul 2007
illae wrote in post #10037926
I've been using Dropbox for a while now - and recently paid the 9.99/month for the upgrade to 50gigs of storage
You're wasting your money if you are using it for pictures only. For $60/year instead of $100, you could get a Zenfolio account with unlimited storage and the ability to use a domain name. This would give you a place to back up all your pictures (but not RAW files), and a website to display them. There are other features such as share, sell, offer entire galleries for downloads as zip files, etc that can be useful. They also have a phone app so your pictures are available when you need them.
Sep 28, 2013 02:53 as a reply to @ Mark-B's post |
As Mark-B does, using Zenfolio I am able to showcase projects/sale work then have private galleries for family stuff, all of which is unlimited storage, then I use crashplan for my RAW file system backup, works great and I pay £40 a year for crashplan unlimited storage, I used dropbox before crashplan, but i'm much happier now, it all works well.
Crashplan is a lot more economical than Dropbox for backups. I use Crashplan+ for offsite backups of all my data (including RAW and processed photos), SmugMug for online display of my photos (and serves as a "sort of backup" of just my processed photos), and three different external hard drives for storage and local onsite backups.