Google Photos will stop its free and unlimited storage of high-quality pictures from June 1. The existing high-quality photos and videos are exempt from this change and don’t count towards the default 15GB storage that comes with each Google account. Once the policy comes into effect, the new high-quality photos and videos will count towards a user’s storage.
So, the simple way is to get rid of some of the old and unwanted pictures to free up some space or if you want more storage then go ahead and purchase a paid plan. The paid storage plans include a 100GB plan at Rs. 130/month, 200GB plan at Rs. 210/month, and 2TB for Rs. 650/month. Also, you can change the backup setting right now by heading over to the settings menu of Google Photos and disable it.