How to Share Photos from iPhoto to Flickr?

You can easily share your photos on the web by posting them to Flickr account. Download and install 'Flickr' app on your iOS device. To share photos to Flickr, tap 'Settings' on your iOS device and then tap 'Flickr'. Enter your account details i.e. email address and password to log in to your Flickr account. Tap a photo, event or album and then tap 'Share' icon. Add your photos to your Flickr account. Tap 'Selected' button or change the photos which you want to share. Here you can select different photos, a range of photos or all the photos in an album. If you want to select different photos, then tap 'Choose Photos' and tap up to 10 photos and then tap 'Next' button. If you want to select a range of photos, then tap 'Choose Photos' and tap 'Range' option. Tap the first and last photos in the range and tap 'Next' button. If you want to select all the photos in an album or event, then tap 'All' option. Once you have selected the photos, type a comment and choose friends and family and photo set and then tap 'Post' button. This is how you can share photos to Flickr account on iOS device.

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