flickresitlus by niusheng11



• Flickr was developed by Ludicorp.
• Flickr was launched in February 2004.
• In March 2005, Yahoo! acquired Ludicorp and
• On May 16, 2006, Flickr updated its services
  from beta to "gamma“.
              What is Flickr?
• Flickr is an image and video hosting website,
  web services suite, and online community.
• Its primary goals are:

1. to help people make photos available to
   those who matter to them
2. to enable new ways of organizing pictures.
• Flickr offers two types of accounts: Free and
                 Difference between Free and Pro accounts
               Free account                    Pro account
     100 MB monthly photo upload           Unlimited photo uploads
     2 video uploads each month            Unlimited video uploads
     Post any of your photos in up to 10   Post any of your photos or videos
     group pools                           in up to 60 group pools
     Only smaller (resized) images         Archiving of high-resolution
     accessible                            original images
                                           Ad-free browsing and sharing
                                           View count and referrer statistics
                                           Unlimited bandwidth
• There are 5 simple ways to upload your
  photos and videos to Flickr
  1. via the Flickr Uploadr (available for both PC and
  2. via iPhoto, Aperture, or Windows XP plugins
  3. via their upload web page
  4. via email
  5. via various free third-party desktop programs
• Editing your photos is easy with Picnik.
• Sets are a grouping of photos and videos that
  you can organize around a certain theme.
• Collections are a grouping of Sets (or other
  Collections) so you can organize around
  grander themes.
• The Organizr is where both Collections and
  Sets are created.
• Groups are a way for people to come together
  around a common interest.
• On Flickr it’s easy to control who you share
  your images with.
• Flickr's great for exploring photos and videos
  by photographer, tag, time, text, and group,
  and now it's also great for exploring photos
  and videos by place.
                 Make stuff
• Use your favorite Flickr images to create stuff
  on Snapfish.
• Prints, posters, cards, photo books, calendars,
  collage products, canvas.
              Keep in Touch
• Building relationships on Flickr is easy.
• Guest pass - grant special access to people
  who don’t have a Flickr account.
• Notes allow contacts to
  leave messages directly
  on your photos and
  videos ,while comments
  allow for a more general
  discussion below the
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