Some thought's on Zooomr, having used it for a week or so.
Contrary to what I said before about a large upload limit, they in fact offer "Unlimited Upload, Archival and storage for your photos — forever!
That sounds very nice, but then where's their revenue stream going to come from? They've lost their investor
, so I'm not sure they can store images forever.
They don't seem to have an easy to search for all the photos a user has tagged in a particular way. The user can create a "smartset" that filters photos based on a range of critia (user, tags, date taken, date uploaded, number of views, and other users in the photo). But these a really buggy, and blank out all the time.
The rotation feature seems to work on a delay. When you try and use it, it seems to fail, but if you check again after a short while, the images have been rotated correctly.
If you rotate a photo with juploadr program they recomend for bulk uploading, it gets rotated in the opposite direction.
They still haven't fixed my profile page.
There's supposed to be a big upgrade soon, but if the_magician
is reading this, I recommend using someone else for Worldcon photos.