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An Introduction to Flickr

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An Introduction to Flickr
An Introduction to Flickr

    If you’re trying to get family and friends into online photo sharing, primarily Flickr, then check out Webware’s Newbie’s Guide to Flickr.

    They run through all the basics in brief while delving into Flickr’s more interesting features like Notes, Geotagging and the new Collections for Pro users.

    Free versus pro
    The free version of Flickr comes with a pretty generous upload limit at 100MB per month, but the devil is in the details. You can only have three sets, and there’s no access to the full-size versions of your photos. Keep in mind this isn’t a bad thing if you intend on sharing casual party shots to friends, but if you’re serious about sharing your work in its original resolution, it’s worth the upgrade.

    Newbie’s Guide to Flickr – [WebWare]

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