I think its time to start a thread relating to Flickr alternatives, given that many of us (though not all) are less than chuffed at the changes. 1. iPernity has already been suggested as a suitable alternative. I don't like it. Its far too restrictive in what you can do with a photograph once it has been uploaded. Sharing in forums is restricted to a link to the entire page, you can't get a proper forum link, nor can you right click. Theres a 200Mb limit. Its slow as a wet week (for me, anyway, YMMV). If you should happen to lose your own copy of the photograph you uploaded, bad luck, you can't download it again. All of this would likely change with a paid account but so far I don't find the service compelling enough to pay for it.. again, YMMV 2. Smugmug and Zenfolio are paid alternatives. I had Zenfolio for a year, it cost me $25 and I didnt really appreciate how useful it might become. Now, when I go to re-register, I find its gone up to AU$40 (I paid in USD last time) and I don't know if thats what everyone is paying but I was a bit miffed... At least Smugmug gives you unlimited space for the $40 base cost. 3. Picasaweb... dead in the water for sharing outside Google+ (unless someone else has found a way of linking and sharing that doesnt immediately open a G+ share box) 4. Mejuba: upload and store as many photos and videos as you want: no restrictions on monthly traffic or quotas: always have access to your uploaded originals: uploaded photos and videos are saved in the original form: upload folders while retaining your PC / Mac folder structure: upload up to 1GB per upload: Transfer of files from other services (I tried this from flickr, and although it appeared to happen - 200 at once - I could not actually see the photographs after the transfer. Anyway... its a possibility. 5. Wix Don't know much about this, seems to be a website thing... free or premium... no social aspects. Probably good for portfolios Please add anything you have found. My conclusion right now is that we will all still be with Flickr, this time next year, because its still best for what we do.