Is 500px better than Flickr?

In sum, if you want to display an assortment of the very best of your work, 500px is what you’re looking for. The ‘Market’ service on 500px is your best choice if you wish to sell your photography. If you’re looking to share your complete photography portfolio and organise it, Flickr is your best bet.

How do I move photos from Flickr?

First, open up Flickr, and select the photos you want to move. Then right-click on these photos, find the “Copy to” option and select “Album” folder under Google Photos as the destination, click “OK” icon and the process will start.

How do I move photos from Flickr to Amazon photos?

Here are the steps to Move Photos and Videos from Flickr to Amazon S3:

  1. Click “Camera Roll” tab.
  2. You will see all your photos and videos by Date Taken.
  3. Click on the date from where you want to download photos and videos.
  4. Click “Select All” tab.
  5. All your photos and videos will now be selected.
  6. A action tray opens up.

Is Flickr outdated?

Flickr, the photo storage website that had, at its peak, close to 90 million users, is disintegrating, and it’s taking 15 years of internet history with it.

Can you download all your Flickr photos at once?

Download all Flickr photos and data Just go to Settings >Your Flickr Data >Request Flickr Data. When Flickr is done gathering your files, it will send an email letting you know your Zip files are ready for download. It took two days to process 15,000 or so images and videos in 30 Zip files from my Flickr account.

Can you transfer photos from one Flickr account to another?

Currently, it is not possible to merge Flickr accounts, or transfer photos from one account to another. As a workaround, you can download your photos from one account and upload them into another.

How do I download someone else’s photo from Flickr?

How to Save someone else’s Flickr photostream?

  1. Open a Flickr photo you want to download. Not all users make their photos downloadable.
  2. Click the downward-pointing arrow to see image size options.
  3. Click an image size, then click the Download link.
  4. Choose a location to save your image.

Is Flickr worth the money?

So if you want to use Flickr as an inexpensive online backup for your photo, then the Pro account is the way to go. It’s also great for being able to access your photos from anywhere, any time, and you know they are safe in the event your computer is damaged, lost or stolen.

Is Flickr better than Instagram?

Flickr is more Social than Instagram Flickr will allow you to email people directly, whereas Instagram won’t. There is also a much better activity panel on Flickr than Instagram, so you can easily see who has commented and on what photo. You can also see photos from your favourite people or groups more easily.

How do I upload photos from 500px to Flickr?

Click the Upload button at the top-right corner. Below the Select Photos button you will see some services which you can choose to import the photos from. Just select Flickr. You will have a dialog that ask you to connect your 500px account to Flickr. Just click the Connect to Flickr button.

What can I do with my 500px photos?

If you just want to display your photos on a network for sharing and not selling, Flickr still does a decent job at that. If you want to sell your work, I’d recommend Photoshelter. It isn’t free but their site tools are good and they don’t come with any of the sort of BS 500px does.

Which is better for photography, 500px or Flickr?

While a lot of people choose to use Flickr as a virtual photo album, it has proven still to be an key marketing tool for photographers: some have found their lucky break thanks to Flickr and have been contracted by high profile clients for commissions. 500px is also employed as a marketing tool by professional photographers.

Why did I sign up for 500px account?

Three years ago I signed up for an account on 500px – an online photo sharing website. I was pleased to see they were based in Toronto and I liked the notion of supporting a Canadian based photo sharing site as I had with Flickr back in 2004. I read their TOS, and all seemed straightforward and uploaded some photographs.