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Short, basic description of flickr and how to use the basic parts.

Short, basic description of flickr and how to use the basic parts.



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  • From Wikipedia: Flickr is an image and video hosting website, web services suite, and online community platform. In addition to being a popular website for users to share personal photographs, the service is widely used by bloggers as a photo repository.[1] As of October 2009, it claims to host more than 4 billion images.[2] Free and Pro Accounts Free account allows you to upload 2 videos and 100MB worth of photos each calendar month, Photostream views limited to the 200 most recent images Pro account allows unlimited pictures and short videos ($24.95 per year) You can also find Creative Commons licensed photos on Flickr.
  • Explain searching, advanced searching, creative commons; pros and cons of creating an account, how to create an account.
  • Go to actual page to see the sign in process
  • From the You:Your profile menu you can add all sorts of information about yourself
  • Privacy settings let you control who can see what about you and your pictures.
  • Flickr uses Creative Commons licensing procedures which lets you set a variety of levels of protection for your photos.
  • For more information you can go to the Creative Commons website creativecommons .org/
  • Sign into Flickr and show upload page
  • Go to flickr to show how to add info to pictures. Types of info: Title, map, who can see it, tags. Tags and notes allow you to annotate your photos.
  • More things to do with your photos.
  • Show actual page
  • Groups are places to store photos related to a theme. They can be public, public by invitation only (the page is public but to post you need an invite), or private (need an invite to post and see photos).
  • You can add items to the map either individually or through the organize and create tab (good for multiple photos)

Flickr Flickr Presentation Transcript

  • Starting out
    • Without an Account
      • Search
        • Advanced Search
        • Creative Commons
      • Browse for Tags
      • View Public Photos
    • With an Account
      • Upload your own photos
      • See all photos
      • Comment on Photos
      • Put tags on photos
      • And more!
    Taken by athena1970
  • Ins and Outs of Accounts
    • Free
      • 100mb monthly upload limit
      • 3 photosets
      • 200 most recent photos in photostream
      • Post in up to 10 groups
      • Storage of smaller images
  • More ins and outs…
    • Pro Account
      • Unlimited uploads
      • Unlimited storage
      • Unlimited photosets
      • Permanent archiving
      • 60 groups
      • $24.95 per year
  • Creating an Account Click here to create an account. Use your yahoo id or create a yahoo id
  • Adding info to your profile
    • Go to YOU drop down menu
    • Choose “Your Profile”
  • Privacy
    • You can set your own level of privacy for your personal information
    • You can set privacy controls for pictures as well
  • Copyright
    • You can decide whether or not your pictures can be seen or used by others
  • Creative Commons License
  • Uploading Flicker also has tools to help you upload your pictures!
  • Adding Info to your pictures: one at a time
    • Individual pictures (You: Photostream)
  • More Options Add notes to parts of the picture Edit your photo using the online photo editor Picnik: crop, autofix, rotate, resize, exposure, sharpen, fix red eye, etc. Send pictures to a group or set Order prints
  • Adding info: Multiple Photos
    • Click on Organize and Create
  • Being Social: Groups
    • Groups
    You can add your photos to groups so people can find them
  • Being Social: Sets
    • Sets allows you to group your pictures to create a slide show
  • Where in the World?
    • Add geotags
  • Friends Photos
    • You can see your friend’s photos and be notified when they upload new pics
  • Invite Your Friends
  • Other Neat Stuff
    • Galleries For whatever you find interesting, fascinating, or mind-blowing on Flickr, galleries are a way to curate up to 18 public photos or videos of your fellow members into one place. It’s an opportunity to celebrate the creativity of your fellow members in a truly unique way around a theme, and idea or just because.
    • Archives See your photos by date
    • Tags See what tags you’ve added
  • Questions? Photo taken by flickr user silgeo