500px : major refresh with increased storage space, new customizable portfolio

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500px has revised the design of its portfolio which now offers more freedom of customization for photographers and advanced settings with new interaction between photographers who follow your activities and photographers who exhibit their work on 500px. A new blog system and new storage areas are also coming next May 2013.

The new portfolio system of the photo sharing service, 500px, will be active on May 1st. 500px will also open a store system allowing photographers to sell some of their photos directly from their portfolio. 500px also plans to add a blog possibility for each photographer and those who want to customize the design of their portfolio, they can do so via customizable CSS.

Among the new features of 500px 2G, they are also increasing the maximum storage space for photographers who use 500px on the free subscription basis. They can now upload up to 20 photos each week. The premium subscription levelsare also changing with unlimited storage capacity and a maximum size per photo you can upload set at 100 MB. But beware, this leads to an increase in pricing:

  • Level “Plus” will increase from $ 19.95 to $ 25.
  • The upper level offers the “Awesome” will increase from $ 49.95 to $ 75.

500px is a service for sharing photos online, supplemented by an application for tablets I find really very convincing. 500Px is succesfull thanks to a social  dimension, but also thanks to the quality of the photos displayed and differentiate from the competition with a small competition since Photos can be rated by visitors. It is clear that the images displayed on 500px are much nicer when compared to what you can find on Flickr and 500px has attracted many photographers, enthusiast photographers, amateur photographers, professionnel photographers which use 500px as their portfolio tool and to show their work with their customers. 500px has become maybe the most successful photo sharing website in no time. To stay in the race, 500px has not rested on its laurels (did I speak about Flickr?) And proposes next month a major overhaul of its concept.

You do not know 500px yet? Though it is hard to believe if you have photography in your veines, visit soon 500px.com.

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