Let me be clear: Google Photos is awesome and I love using it, but as a loyal Google user, I feel a little slighted. Here’s why.
When photos were managed by Google+, they counted against your storage. I accumulated a lot of photos during this time.
Now that Google Photos is out, they are offering FREE storage (that does NOT count against your storage quota) if the photo is under 16MP.
But wait a minute, all those previously uploaded photos are still counting against my storage, even though they were imported into Google Photos and are less than 16MP.
Not a huge deal, but a little disappointing. Anyone else have this experience?
In the playlist below, there are 4 time lapses that I took while vacationing in Lake Placid. My wife and I stayed at the High Peaks Resort and these time lapses were taken from our balcony.
Equipment/tools used: Nikon D5100, Amazon basics tripod, Adobe After Effects
I shot all the photos as RAW, then used After Effects for post processing.