I take a lot of photos. I don’t really share them, but I keep them. I don’t really look at them and I don’t really clear them out. I should. But I don’t.
That being said. I want to eventually go through and pick some of the better shots of the 500 photos I took of one thing with slightly different angles horizontally and vertically. And eventually study and analyze what style I like and what I don’t like.
Since I’m not clearing anything out. All of my photos keep piling up. I have over 40GB of photos and videos that I took from my two months in the French Alps and I still haven’t taken the time to go through and look at all them and clear them out.
I was about to buy an external drive to store all these photos when I thought to look into cloud storage options. I didn’t want the photos to be confined to a physical drive that could be forgotten, stolen, or damaged.
That’s when I discovered that Amazon offers unlimited photo storage with Amazon Prime.
On iOS it’s a easy as downloading the “Amazon Photos” app, logging in, and allowing the app to backup your photos.
Super convenient and the app automatically backs up all the photos in your camera roll.