So it seems that adobe revel is coming to an end soon. I have used Revel to back up all my photos. I also keep a copy on an external hard drive. I am switching to the adobe creative cloud service and have started to upload my photos to Lightroom mobile. I do not use a laptop or PC. I currently use an ipad Pro. I have used nothing but tablets for the last 5 years or so along with adobe revel. I just read that creative cloud does not store your original images but instead keeps a smaller version of them in the cloud. In the past, I would upload my images to Revel and then back up to my hard drive. Once done, I would then delete all the photos off of my tablet. If I ever needed the original, I would dowload from Revel and then edit if needed. Seems I cannot do this with the creative cloud services. The originals do not get saved to the cloud.
My question is now that Revel is going away, and since I do not use the lightroom for desktop version, is there anything else I can use to keep my original images stored in the cloud. I really enjoyed using Revel and hate they are getting rid of it. Creative Cloud doesn't seem to do what I need it to unless I have a laptop/computer to install lightroom desktop on. Does anyone else use another service to store their original images? Any suggestions out there. I am debating on weather I shoud get an inexpensive laptop just to be able to utilize the lightroom desktop version.
You can actually keep your original images to creative cloud.
It creates smaller version only of the lightroom images.
However you can use cloud as a storage.
But the space is limited and that is 2 GB for photography plan and 20 GB for complete Creative cloud subscription.
So a better option that I can recommend is an extra external hard drive.
Also just keep your very important images to the cloud that actually you want to access anywhere.
Though there definitely would be other providers who can provide you only space.
Have a look at Flickr. I think you get 1Tb of free storage.