You may have access to free, unlimited storage for your photos and not even know it.
If you are an Amazon Prime member, your annual fee includes free, unlimited storage of photos.
FamilyTree.com recently ran an article on the storing your photos in the Amazon Cloud. If you are a Prime member and are looking for a place to stash all those photos, look no more.
As a Prime member, you also get 5GB of free storage for other stuff - and that is a lot of space! If you want more, the prices are very reasonable - 20GB for $10/year and 50GB for $25/year.
So if you are looking for a cloud-based primary or secondary place to store your photos, I hope you click on the link to the article and get those photos off your phone (where they are taking up valuable real estate) and organized and stored in a place where you can access them anytime you have a wifi connection.
For those of you who are comfortable with storing your photos on your computer's hard drive, a CD or thumb drive, it can't hurt to do a secondary, cloud backup. In genealogy, you can't have enough redundancy!