How to Upload Photos to Flickr from iPad?

Just like uploading photos from iPhone to Flickr, uploading photos from iPad to Flickr is also easy. The process too is also similar. Just download Flickr app and install it on your iPad. Following is the step by step process to upload iPad photos to your Flickr account:
  1. Go to Flickr. Look at the homepage and click the "Upload" button, which will allow you to upload your photos.
  2. Click on Choose File. Doing this will allow you to take a photo, or choose an existing one.
  3. Choose the image that you would like to upload. This could be a photo of yourself, one of your hobbies, something in your house, etc. Click on an image to choose it (repeat if you want to upload multiple photos)
  4. Add tags to your image. These are meant to describe it in a concise way, and others will be able to view these tags when they see your photo.
  5. Choose the privacy settings. The 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.
  6. Show advanced settings. Advanced settings let you customize the safety level, content type (photos or videos) and the option to hide these images for public searches.
  7. Click on Upload. Allow your images to process for some time, title and describe each one and they will appear in your Photostream. You can also add them to a set if you want.
Quick Tip to ensure your photos are safely backed you so that you never lose them to hard disk crashes or missing drives
PicBackMan Flickr Uploader is the easiest and simplest way to keep your photos safely backed up to your Flickr account. Simply download PicBackMan, register your account, connect your Flickr account and tell PicBackMan where your photos are - PicBackMan does the rest, automatically. It bulk uploads all your Flickr photos and keeps looking for new ones and uploads those too.

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