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Category: Photo Sharing Websites (AKA Online Photo Album Sites)
Website: http://www.ipernity.com



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Member Owned
14 September 2018
Reviewer: Reg222 from UK

22 of 41 people found this review helpful

The site suffered badly for a number of years but has made significant improvements since the membership take over it is now a user friendly and a great site for photographers to post and comment, possibly not the cheapest option on the web but one that deserves a try

In summary, I would recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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Ipernity - My Photo Home
13 September 2018
Reviewer: Peggyc from North Carolina USA

23 of 42 people found this review helpful

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Came over in the Wave after F____r went nuts with their platform.

Haven't looked back.

Translation features are great -
A very unique method of putting a Photo In Photo [ called PiP note ] really adds more to my photo creations. Oh, and the people I've met .. one has visited from Oklahoma - twice ! People don't fave and leave -- they take time to comment on your photo.

This is Home! A member-owned-run site .. can't think of anything not good.

Peggy C

In summary, I would recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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Second Life
03 July 2018
Reviewer: Monsoma from Austria

33 of 51 people found this review helpful

After four years of technical stagnation and an economic decline in 2017, the website has since been bought by its members. Since then, it has been run as a non-profit service by the community itself. Obviously successful. First improvements can already be seen.

In summary, I would recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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Pro Account Review
18 April 2014
Reviewer: Kate from England

105 of 221 people found this review helpful

I have a Pro account with Ipernity having previously had a Pro account with Flickr. The interface is much better than the endless scroll of 'new' Flickr but Ipernity's upload speeds are laughable.

Thinking of uploading a set of the smallest of videos - please don't bother unless you can leave your computer on merely uploading for 8 - 12 hours.

With the small uploads allowed with a free account you may not, as I didn't, realise these appalling upload speeds until you've paid for Pro.

I really only wanted Ipernity for short video uploads. Now I'm not quite sure what to use it for since it clearly isn't much use for that. Unless I want to upload one a day for eternity.

In summary, I would not recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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A good alternative to flickr
01 June 2013
Reviewer: Bill Blake from UK

148 of 274 people found this review helpful

Simple clean and well organised ipernity have a very clear mission: to curate your digital heritage.

Club subscriptions good value and users have full control over image download protection.

Upload speeds could be better but ok.

In summary, I would recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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Ipernity, a great site
10 April 2012
Reviewer: Diego Solís from San Diego CA

163 of 324 people found this review helpful

I'm supposing the person that wrote the previous review was looking for porn or other strange things in Ipernity, but he could find the same in Flickr. There are plenty of postings by photographers and groups that have full activity in Ipernity, not only from France but from all of Europe and some countries in the Americas. The site allows for free accounts with less restrictions than Flickr, navigation is easy and upload speeds are acceptable. Ipernity is a vey good photo sharing site.

In summary, I would recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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The worst.
11 January 2012
Reviewer: Rob from UK

161 of 322 people found this review helpful

Ipernity is a French site were they claim you can post and share anything. In reality this means many post porn, found on the web, movie and music downloads. There is very little content from photographers.

The site has no viewer or member content filters and is still in Beta mode. Activity seeems to be slow. Most groups have no activity taking place, only a few French members seem to bother. I also saw many accounts that were closed or suspended. I posted over 100 photos and joined some community groups but after a few months I gave up.

In summary, I would not recommend Ipernity to a friend.



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