I've been asked to uncover the best solution for photo storage. Although the office has cloud storage, the drive is cumbersome, and it's difficult to post photos from the field.
Which solution do you like best? I've used Dropbox, but I know little about Slack, Picasa, Flickr, and others.
Do you have one that is both accessible and malleable? Thanks!
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Can you please clarify what you mean by "the drive is cumbersome, and it's difficult to post photos from the field."? It would help in making recommendations.
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This is timely for us well. We've thought about Dropbox but anyone needing access to those folders would also need the same storage capacity so it's too costly for us. Any recommendations would be helpful for cloud storage options that allow sharing.
We've been using Smug Mug for several years now and are pretty happy with it. We manage the images with Lightroom, and publish to Smug Mug from inside Lightroom. Pretty straightforward. There were some issues when we were storing images on a server, but since we moved to a desktop everything is fine. I outlined our system in another message to this conversation, but would be happy to go through it again if it would be helpful?