I realized I put a lot of crap on my Flickr, and then realized Flickr didn't bother storing my high resolution TIFFs, so I'm considering moving to a different image host/display for quick back-up and sharing. I know I can clean up my Flickr, and I have it down to ~400 photos, with about 200 more to go through, but I'm also looking for a slightly longer term solution. These images would almost entirely be landscape/architecture/nature shots, so I don't mind tossing them out on the entire web. I actually really like 500px, but it'll definitely make me think more about what I'm putting on the web, as it lacks Flickr's batch editing, so I have to pay a lot more attention to each photo. I haven't used it much yet, so I suppose my opinion may change in the upcoming days.

Here's a link to it:

{There were photos here, and then Kinja happened. Please follow the link and critique my work if you could}


Depending on my free time in the next few days, I'd like to finish going through my Flickr photos and then uploading to 500px (and likely being even more choosy).

Also, if anyone is interested in a python script to download all of your Flickr photos, let me know. I'm considering putting it up on GitHub, but it'll need some cleaning first.