Ipernity.com, my new photosharing community

As some of my readers may remember last Easter the Flickr staff has banned me from their service.
Since then I was searching – without much effort, anyway – a replacement to their service playing with PicasaWeb and Zooomr, which yes … are cute but didn’t manage to capture me 🙂

Then last week I found this real nice post from Horst Gutmann comparing many different photosharing communities probably less know than Flickr.

And here I heard about 23hq and Ipernity.

Given Horst review saying:

If Flickr and Virb could have a child together, I guess ipernity would come pretty close to what would it look like.

I got interest, subscribed the service and started exploring it. Also I gave a look to 23hq, but is seemed minimal and a different of what I had in mind to do with a photostreaming site.

Ipernity, on the other side, gave me everything I needed and more, with an integrated blog, a way to share and explain my photosets, which is a feature I missed on Flickr. Now, after only a couple of days of use I’ve liked Ipernity so much that I’ve just acquired two years of PRO account on the platform ….

I do hope that the international payment goes well and that soon I will have some more space to fill out. (After more than 2 months of photosharing absence I feel the urge to restart 😀 )

We will find out soon how it goes, by the way 😉

Oooops! I almost forgot, you’ll find my Ipernity page here:

Published by kOoLiNuS

♂, Italian, male, husband, dad of a wonder, “cazzaro”, friendly, blogger, motorcyclist, geek, avid reader, sysadmin, ICT consultant, curious. I come in peace… I'm an active social networker since 1999. I've been using WordPress sice 2004 and WordPress.com since 2006, and I'm currently involved in WordPress and WooCommerce communities in Bari, Apulia.

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