Flickr is the best way to store, sort, search and share your photos online. there will always be a free version of Flickr, and its only limitation is a maximum of 1 Terabyte of  organize that huge mass of photos you have and offers a way for you and your friends and family to tell stories about them. 

Some people will save film negatives for generations, but when they make the switch to digital, they may never even consider the idea of making a second backup copy of their images. any kind of digital storage is susceptible to failure. It can’t be predicted, but you can certainly plan for it.  get in the habit of making at least monthly backups of your digital pictures–and by backup, I mean a second copy. Archiving your photos to a single CD and then deleting them from hard disk is not a second copy.


Online backup service is  are another option for those with a fast enough Internet connection. This option offers the security of having your backups off-site, which will protect them from natural disasters.


Download all images


                                        There are various tools that make the restoration the the photos 

  • Flickr Backup – A free, open source option for downloading all your images.
  • Flickrtouchr – A command line utility for those who prefer a geeky, technical solution.
  • Flump – A cross-platform, Adobe Air application.


                      For the storage, Dropbox offers 2 GB  of storage space while Google Drive offer you 5 GB space  for  files and photos. And the flickr offers 200x more space  but it have a little condition, and that condition is the each photos size should be of less than 200 MB.

                       Each individual image file would have a size restriction of 200 MB. Unless you’re not a photography professional, this wont be a concern to you and if you want to go that extra mile, you could get an extra TB of space for $499.99 per year. Free users could also upload videos of upto 1 GB in size with 3 minutes of playback time


Way to upload photos





Uploading high-quality images to sites like Flickr is a great way to share pics with friends and family, but it can also clog your upload tubes when you need a good internet connection, and managing your uploads can be a pain, particularly if you back up a lot of images to Flickr.     

 Your photos are stored on a server owned by Flickr, and can be accessed from anywhere in the world. You can find the Flickr desktop uploader which was updated in 2009 still working fine with the Windows 8. All you need to do is drag the folders from desktop and the apps gets the images from the folders and sub-folders.

 The photos can be tagged, you can join Flickr groups of your choice and participate in the community to start a discussion. But sometimes, I need to schedule photo uploads to my Flickr account.


Way to synchronize desktop and Flickr 





Photosync is the best way  to synchronize  photos between desktop and Flickr. PhotoSync lets you download and upload your photos automatically. you could continue editing and organizing your photos Offline.

 PhotoSync would sync your photos with flickr once you connect to the internet.You can select multiple folders and send all images at the same time to Flickr. The folders get the same name as you have named them in your desktop.


Privacy policy


Photos uploaded to your Flickr account via PhotoSync would beset to private by default. You could also set it to Public, family or friends. Photos that are uploaded to Flickr, would acquire the permissions set to the folder in which you place the pictures on your PC.

After installing the  PhotoSync, you’d need to restart your pc. It offers you two ways to synchronize your photos with Flickr. You could either chose to only upload your new photos or to keep the photos in your pc and Flickr fully synchronized.