Kodak Gallery Holds Photos Hostage, Then Deletes Them

Kodak Gallery Holds Photos Hostage, Then Deletes Them

A lot of people out there on the Interwebs apparently didn’t read our article about Kodak Gallery, and their photos were deleted from Gallery starting two weeks ago if they didn’t either pay up or make a photo print purchase. Many customers were fully aware of the deadline, but since Kodak provided no easy way to export full-size photos from the galleries, they were forced to download thousands of files one. at. a. time.

Kodak Gallery Improves Its Photo Storage Policies, Becomes A Valid Option Again

Kodak Gallery Improves Its Photo Storage Policies, Becomes A Valid Option Again

We recently trashed Kodak Gallery, and rightly so, for providing the least value of any online photo storage/printing service. Now we take that back, because with a simple change to their terms, they’ve suddenly become a viable choice again—provided you meet a couple of conditions.

Kodak's Overpriced Photo Site Will Delete Your Photos If You Don't Spend Money

Kodak's Overpriced Photo Site Will Delete Your Photos If You Don't Spend Money

Kodak Gallery is a poor choice for online photo storage. As of this month, they’ve changed their storage policy so that now you must spend a minimum amount—$4.99 or $19.99, depending on whether you’re under or over 2GB of storage—every 12 months or your pics will be deleted. By comparison, Shutterfly has no minimum spending requirement and unlimited storage.