Thursday, September 9, 2010

It's time to use Flickr!Photo Sharing and so Much More...

The Internet has made it easy for us to post photos of our kids, share ideas with those who have similar hobbies, and create handmade and personalized gifts for our loved ones. What if there was one site where all these things could be accomplished at once?

One of the most prominent features of Flickr is its ability to tag images. This allows searchers to find images by topics such as subject or place names. Flickr also allows users to group photos into “sets” of shots with similar features or places. Sets on Flickr are more flexible than traditional methods of organizing files – one photo can belong to one set, many sets, or no sets.

Flickr is widely used by bloggers as a photo repository. And why not? Users can upload up to 6 images at a time, and Flickr automatically resizes images to a perfect size.

Flickr provides both private and public storage for images and video files. Privacy controls are accessed via a user’s member profile, where a photo can be flagged as either public or private. Private images are visible by default only to the uploader, but they can also be modified for friends and/or family to view. However, in what form have those images shared?

Well, gethering all those exciting pictures to make a scrapbook is the right choice. Flickr helps to share the unforgettable memories of your being with the beloved ones by uploading scrapbooks you made. There are lists of scrapbooks on display on Flickr for people to share happiness and joy. You even can divide them into different categories. Below the scrapbooks are the spoken words about the great feelings and the best wishes for the sweet moments. I love digital scrapbooking, and often make several scrapbooks to upload into my flickr- Scrapbook Studio. Having put it on Flickr, friends or flickr fans will warmly give feedback and share the similar experience with me. I felt great. It was really great to have someone to share all the wonderful things.

Uploading the scrapbooks of the photos to Flickr is simple. There is a web-based photo upload as one would see on other sites, but Flickr also allows users to post the scrapbooks via email attachments. In addition, users can upload directly from their mobile devices. There is also a desktop client for both Mac OS X and Windows for users to add scrapbooks to the site. Users of Windows Live Photo Gallery can also upload their scrapbooks directly to Flickr.

Flickr also rivals MySpace and Facebook for its social networking capabilities. Users can comment on other people’s public photos, search for photos tagged to match interests, and share with the world. Like Facebook and MySpace, Flickr also has an active group community with message boards for discussion. Here is My facebook; My flickr:, welcome to communicate with me!

It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. By choosing Flickr as your prime hub for your online gallery, you can control what your image says. So let's start to use flickr today!

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