Google+ gets full-size photo uploads from the desktop, putting pressure on Flickr and 500px

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For some time now, Google+ has been evolving into an enticing service for amateur and professional photographers alike. Google has taken that one step further with the addition of full-size image uploads from the desktop, applicable for profile photos, new albums and back-ups.

Jon Emerson, a senior software engineer at Google, revealed this tidbit on his Google+ profile recently. Users can switch on full-size uploads by heading to the settings panel and highlighting the appropriate tick-box, found under the Photos sub-header. It’s worth noting that all photos uploaded this way will count towards the initial 5GB of free storage provided by Google.

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