Monday, 19 October 2009


I cannot post any more photos, reason I have filled my quota in my blog.
Does anyone know what I can do now?


Laura ~Peach~ said...

WHAT there is a quota on our blogs?????????? NO WAY this is just wrong...

Teacher's Pet said...

Create a new blogger profile.
You can still use your name, Imac.
Hope this helps.

Highton-Ridley said...

Hey imac - what grief! All I can suggest is that you find a way to increase the jpeg compression on each and every one.

If you've been using max quality (low jpeg compression) you should be able to reduce your Picasa album space by two thirds, without really adversely affecting what folks see.

Each one you do should allow you to upload another two at that rate.

It's a pain, but it's a way forward :)

Anonymous said...

Oh gosh! That's pretty scary! Maybe try using another site to host your photos - like flickr or photobucket, and then using the photo html they give. But not really sure. I hope you get this sorted!!

Craver Vii said...


Imac, I don't even know what to say. It would be a shame to limit your photos.

Tom said...

Hello again..
I have just checked out my PhotoBucket account and if you keep the albums Private... if someone clicks your picture you just see that one and not what else is in the album.
It dose take longer posting through as you have to add the html code for each one.
I hope it's sorted soon...I'll check back tomorrow.

Gail's Man said...

I didn't know there was a limit. I have been blogging for 3 1/2 years now. Wonder how long I have left. I'll maybe have to send a message to CDP HQ to find out.

Anonymous said...

I was posting full frame & realized that I was a) using up too much space, b) setting myself up for photo thieves and c) people had trouble viewing when they had a slow connection.

I have a Mac (an iMac heehee) and use iPhoto, so I email medium format pictures (122 kb) to myself, download them to a folder on my desktop and then post from there.

Probably more information than you wanted.