A couple of years ago I began using a service called Dropbox. The service allowed me to sync a folder between my laptop and desktop while also providing web access to those files and folders.
Eventually I installed the Dropbox application onto my Android Smartphone and later onto my current iPhone. A feature was introduced which allowed photos to be mass uploaded from your smartphone to a Camera Uploads Folder on your Dropbox account. It made transferring photos a snap and I quickly became an avid user.
After several months of use, I received an alert that my 7.2GB Dropbox account was over 90% capacity. In an effort to free up space, I began uploading the contents of my Camera Uploads folder onto my Flickr account. Once the transfer was complete, I then removed the files from my computer. I went from over 90% usage down to just under 20%.
While transferring files to Flickr, I sorted out all of the photos I’ve taken from Competitive Shooting Matches (USPSA, IDPA, and a couple of Fun Shoots). Feel free to browse through them or use the slideshow. It would seem that I have accumulated over 500 Photos in one and a half USPSA Seasons.
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