Hi, I see your recommendation for Backblaze and I researched many of these types of services of which I found Backblaze to be one of the better ones as well. However, with these types of services, I have a concern with my photos and movies with regards to compression and the loss of quality in the media. I don’t plan on moving these files between my computer and the online service too many times. Hopefully its only an upload and that is done one time. But I would like to feel comfortable that any loss of quality will be negligible. How many backup/restores does it take to see a JPEG to start losing the its quality?
As for the size and quality of the photos I take currently… My camera is an older Canon Rebel and I take most pictures as JPEG at their highest quality – at times I do shoot RAW photos, but mostly JPEGs – in about a month or so, I plan on getting a Sony A6000.