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Flickr Changes: What They Mean For You

Lobster is currently crowdfunding. To see our pitch and join our crowdfunding campaign click here Last week it was announced that Flickr will be updating their membership options by enforcing a 1000-image limit on all free accounts, which may be shocking news to any Lobster contributors using Flickr as their main profile source but fear…

Lobster is currently crowdfunding. To see our pitch and join our crowdfunding campaign click here

Last week it was announced that Flickr will be updating their membership options by enforcing a 1000-image limit on all free accounts, which may be shocking news to any Lobster contributors using Flickr as their main profile source but fear not, Lobster has you covered.

The Lobster Plan:

Once Lobster has succeeded in raising the necessary funds needed to grow the platform, our team will start to develop Lobster Storage. 

With Lobster Storage we will be able to offer you uploading direct to Lobster’s platform with AI tagging and facial recognition built in to make earning with Lobster even easier.

To be able to grow and build Lobster Storage we first need our community to stand with us and support our current crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube.

Own your share of Lobster now from as little as £10 and help us build a better, stronger community for photographers, videographers, and social media users around the world.
Join the Lobster Crowd now

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Photo by Alberto Oliviero Filho Via Flickr


If you have any questions regarding how crowdfunding works, Crowdcube has put together a great info pack and will give you a short survey to answer before you invest so that you know your money is in safe hands.

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