flickr for a lot of reasons. Its a daily photo blog at times for me, at others I share works in progress and dumbed down final versions of my art. I'm not freebie there, costs me a bit a year to have the unlimited view and upload "pro account". In the end its worth it for the exposure.
I liked the changes of late to the home page. Nice clean spot to put in a banner. Nice clean layout grid for your images. Easy to get to sets and collections.
I'm not thrilled with the new uploader. Its fine for a couple of images, but a royal pain in the arse when you have a few dozen to over a hundred images to upload as the interface is way too cumbersome for adding titles and such. Every edit stops the uploading process which adds in some cases hours to the process. The classic uploader worked much better in this situation. Uploads were as fast as your modem allowed, the edit to title etc was done on their main frame and done in minutes. Not so much fun now.
Today the announced a change to the photo view page. Not sure I like it, or dislike it. Having the image grid on the right is a nice touch. Makes it easy to snag a specific image to view instead of scrolling through. Having stats on the right is nice as well. Getting to larger images for linking into posts doesn't look to be as easy as before. sugar.
Sorry for the rant, with them down so much the last few days and changes always underfoot, not always for the benefit of the pro user I kinda get discouraged and angry.
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