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Moving Your Photos from My Photo Stream to iCloud Photos or Other Services

  • Apple is shutting down its My Photo Stream feature on July 26th
  • Learn how to move your photos from My Photo Stream to iCloud Photos or other services
  • Understand the features that come with each level of iCloud+
  • Discover the benefits of third-party photo storage sites like Google Photos, Flickr, and more

Apple will be shutting down the My Photo Stream feature on July 26th and users must take the necessary steps to ensure their photos are saved. The easiest option would be to move the photos to iCloud Photos. The first thing to do before the July 26th deadline is to ensure that the photos in My Photo Stream are saved, and in particular it is best to save your originals on a single device. After that, the user should upgrade their iCloud storage from the free 5GB tier to the paid 50GB tier, and turn on iCloud Photos on each of their devices. Once the photos and videos are synced across all devices, the user can turn off the “My Photo Stream” option on their Mac.

Alternatively, if the user chooses to use a third-party service rather than iCloud Photos, there are several sites that offer more free photo storage than iCloud Photos. Microsoft 365 offers 1TB of OneDrive storage space as part of its subscription, and Google Photos offers up to 15GB of free storage. Amazon Photos offers unlimited photo storage at full resolution for Prime members, and Flickr generally has the best reputation with unlimited storage and up to 6K resolution with a subscription.
Are you a serious photographer looking for a way to showcase and sell your work? Look no further! There are now multiple options available for you to store, share, and sell your photos – all with different features and price points.

Flickr offers a great option for those who need storage without limits and prefer the social aspect of sharing photos. Subscriptions start at $8.25 per month, with discounts available for annual and two-year subscriptions. Photobucket is another option, with plans starting at $6 per month for 25GB of storage. is perfect for portfolio website creation and offers its Awesome plan for $6.49 per month and Pro plan for $12.99 per month. Finally, SmugMug allows for unlimited uploads and provides digital and print download sales for its Portfolio plan ($28 per month) and Pro plan ($45 per month).

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to showcase and sell your photos! Check out this article for more information on each photo storage and sharing option.

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