I have used Revel for a year or two as a photosharing site so was not happy when Adobe removed it, but switched to Lightroom. However, I can't find a good way of sharing photos. The 2Gb limit on storage - maybe one sixteenth or less ofa typical SD card these days - is frankly stupid. I can export to Flickr, more or less, but it can only do about a hundred at a time before it crashes out with a system error about a missing semicolon, so I have to keep submitting the same files again and again until eventually it has sent them all. And then of course it has sent the original and the edited copies so I have to sort that all out manually as well.
Is there actually a good and sensible way to do this without fraying my temper too much?
I am trying Jeffrey Friedl's Flickr uploader and the issue seems even worse, but I least I can see that the problem looks like it is at Flickr's end, as after a batch of photos it suddenly gives an authentication error. My guess is that is the same as was happening with Adobe's uploader but the error message was less clear about what the problem is.
No idea how to fix it though!
LR mobile sync'd collections don't use any of your 2gb storage limit. Smart previews are used via the Adobe Creative Cloud infrastructure and are unlimited.
I understand Adobe is working towards a backup solution.