Free unlimited storage no more: What to do about the thousands of photos you have

As users continue to snap photos at a dizzying pace, companies are drastically reducing their online storage offers, leaving them at a crossroad – slow down or spend more? — FELIX MITTERMEIER/Pixabay

Like any youngster who has grown up with social media, 18-year-old student Emily Sophie Zahari could easily spend an entire day taking photos.

She captures anything that catches her eye, from food to people, ending up with over 80 photos in just a day.

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