Do you have an iPad and a Flickr account? You probably have some photos that you want to upload to Flickr. Here is how to upload photos to Flickr with your iPad? Let’s check one of the easiest ways to do that.
How to Upload Photos to Flickr with Your iPad?
Firstly, download the Flickr App on your iPad which is available in your App Store.
Now log in to Flickr using your Flickr username and password.
Once you log in, you will land up on the Flickr Homepage.
Now click on the third option which says, “Upload”.
This will allow you to upload your photos and videos with your iPad.
Now click on “Choose File”.
Doing this will allow you to take a photo, or choose an existing one.
Now choose the image that you wish to upload.
You need to click on an image to choose it.
Repeat the process if you want to upload multiple photos.
Add tags to the newly uploaded images, this will help you to keep all your pictures well organized.
As tags are meant to describe an image in a concise way and other Flickr users will be able to view these tags and check your photos.
Once you are done tagging, Choose the privacy settings wisely.
Your uploaded photo can either be Public (Visible to Everyone) or Private (only you, and maybe friends and/or family can see them). The Private option can be chosen for your safety measures.
Choose the advanced settings. Advanced settings let you customize the safety level, content type (photos or videos) and the option to hide these images from public searches.
Now click on upload.
Allow your images to process for a while.
Make sure you give a title and description to each of your images so that they will appear on your photostream.
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