Hey folks, let me provide a little background before I ask my question. I coordinate a group of photographers for my church. So for instance, we have a hypothermia mission (where we provide shelter and food for homeless for a week) and I (or one of the photographers) will document that. Big events, new members, church activities--we shoot it all. In the past the Communications Director (a paid church staff member) has asked to post photos on a Church Flickr account. Well, as you know, Flickr is now limited the number of photos for free accounts (and we're far more than 1,000 photos). We could obviously upgrade to "pro" but I don't think the church wants to do that--they'd (quite reasonable I might add) prefer to spend the money on helping the poor rather than upgrading our photo storage. The way this works is that a photographer will shoot an event and then provide photos (usually as edited jpegs) to our Communications Director via the Flickr site. Here's my question: we're looking for a replacement way to get photos to the Communications Director that (a) allows for storage (I don't want them all on a computer HD), (b) allows a number of volunteer photographers to submit them (obviously email isn't going to work), and (c) accounts for the reality that church paid positions turn over periodically (so the new Communications Director needs to have access to it and be able to understand it). What recommendations or thoughts can any of you offer?