16 Best Online Photo Gallery Storage Sites 2020

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  1. donaldrsimonn

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    Google Drive is an easy, simple, and fast file sharing solution from google. It is protected by google itself. Because of that google drive is safe for both personal and business use. Google Drive provides hundreds of critical security features. These are designed specifically to protect, protect, and manage your data.
    It is considered the best way to deliver photos to clients between all the free ones you will find in the market. There are a variety of options for file sharing in google drive. You can share individual files or entire folders. Like Dropbox, when sharing with them, you can assign different rights. This includes only viewing the files or editing.
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    Smartphone, DSLR camera, compact camera, tablet… most of us have several devices that take and store photos. Then there's the desktop PC or Mac and/or a laptop, all crammed with photos. We're all drowning in data and fear that a device will get lost, or a hard drive might fail.

    One answer is to upload all of your photos to one easy-to-use online archive, cloud photo storage app where it's backed-up, and, if you're lucky, all grouped and arranged for you.
    That's the dream. In practice, choosing a good cloud storage platform doesn't mean the end of photo editing, sorting, or physical backup. Your internet connection is likely to be a limiting factor, with many countries restricting upload bandwidth to a point where large-scale system backups could take days or even weeks to upload.
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    This is the big one. As long as you agree with its restrictions on image quality, Google Photos will automatically upload and back up every photo you ever take on a smartphone (when it's on Wi-Fi), and extract every image it finds on your computers. What's more, it does it all for free.

    However, there are a couple of catches; as it uploads your photos, it will downscale them to 16MP versions, and reduce any 4K videos it finds to Full HD 1080p quality. If that doesn't appeal, and you'd rather upload in maximum quality, that's OK with Google, but it will then restrict you to storing 15GB. That's quite a downgrade from 'unlimited', but it's relatively generous. Still, even if Google Photos isn't perfect for professional photographers, it's still a pain-free way of backing-up a phone and keeping a usable copy in the cloud of every photo you've ever taken.
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    Once everything has been uploaded – something that takes a while, obviously –Google Photos has all kinds of algorithms on board. Auto-enhancing, automatic tagging, image recognition to find your face and group together anything with you in. There's also an animation creator that will create occasional GIFs from burst sequences and slideshow video options too. Despite these playful features, Google Photos is genuinely impressive software. Plus, a mind-boggling 1.2billion photos are uploaded to Google Photos each day, so algorithms will likely keep improving.

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