https://www.flickr.com/lookingahead/ + https://www.theverge.com/platform/a...ree-accounts-changes-pro-subscription-smugmug Free users with more than 1,000 photos or videos will have until January 8th, 2019, to upgrade to Pro or download their surplus content. After January 8th, free users with over 1,000 pictures or videos won’t be able to upload any more. And on February 5th, 2019, free accounts that are still over the limit will have their content actively deleted until they’re back under 1,000 (starting with the oldest content first). Flickr is also adding numerous changes and enhancements to the $49.99-per-year Flickr Pro service over the course of the next few months. Paid customers will be given unlimited storage for photos and videos at full resolution, no ads, additional data on how their photos are performing, “premier” customer service, videos up to 10 minutes long (instead of three minutes), and partner discounts from Adobe, Smugmug, Peak Design, and more. To sweeten the deal for any free holdouts, Flickr is also offering a 30 percent discount off of the first year of Flickr Pro through November 30th, which may help ease the sting of losing that free storage space. A lot of people, myself included use Flickr to upload images then hot-link them here. You are now limited to 1,000 photos maximum. This doesn't impact me because (humblebrag), I've been a Flickr pro Subscriber since 2007 with 25,000+ photos uploaded but people looking for free photo storage will now have to look else-where.