I've been using Yahoo! Photos for a number of years now, but I know there's a lot of choices out there and I'm hoping for recommendations towards another choice that can hold tons of pictures. Flickr? Ophoto? Advice would be welcomed.
I'm currently using flickr. I can't really make a comparison to another service. flickr is the first one I've used. I do like the fact that the only limit is upload bandwidth per month and the number of photo collections you're allowed to have.
I guess the thing I like the most is the flickr uploader. It's a small app you can use to upload several pictures at once. Other websites may have something similar, but I also have linked with my sister's flickr page on there. I also have her stuff on an RSS link so that I can see whether she's put up new pictures without actually going to her flickr page.
"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning." --Rick Cook
If you're feeling artsy/abstract/whatever there's www.lomography.com Tons of cool user photos on there, as well as the opportunity upload a bunch of your own. I think it's also possible to earn points to use in their online store for every 'x' amount of photos you upload.
Depending on what the reformatting is, would it be easy for you to link/import the raw data file into an Access database, create a query to reformat whatever is needed, and then export the newly created query or table to a similarly formatted text file?