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You can also do this natively with iPhoto, although FlickrExport by Connected Flow does offer some additional features. If you go to Preferences - Accounts you can add your Flickr account and it will allow you to share your photos and albums natively.


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The "sharing" feature in iPhoto is not designed to upload your whole library to Flickr. Neither is Connected Flow. They work with a subset of selected photos. I came up empty handed in my own search for a tool that would upload and synchronize my iPhoto Library with Flickr. I ended up programming my own tool. I successfully used it to upload my whole iPhoto ...


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This is an old question but since I have found a pretty cool solution and none of the listed here, by today, have been useful for me, I just wanted to share it here with you guys. I'm using this python script: https://github.com/elek/puploadr Just use your iPhoto Library Masters subfolder (it should be at: ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library/Masters/) as parameter ...


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Just wait a little longer. What happens is that it starts by uploading 1024-sized images, and then later replaces them with high-resolution versione. So if you check flickr while it is still working you will see the lower-resolution versions but wait and reload and it will be high-resolution.


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You can use plugins like Connected Flow its quite cheap at £12. Once installed it adds the ability to share images with a flickr account. This works in the same was as the iPhoto Facebook uploader, you select all the images, at the bottom right where you find the share button (for Facebook, email, etc.) you will also see a Flickr option, use this.


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http://www.malarkeysoftware.com/projects_PhotoGrabbr.html This great piece of software will do it. Beware though, if don't have a pro account, you can't download the high resolution originals.


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First option, there are some excellent services that provide online backup solutions for a reasonable price. Two examples are Mozy and Backblaze. The advantage is that you can set it and forget it, and it will back up all your files (with options for some things you might want to exclude). Another option is using Dropbox. You can move your iPhoto Library ...


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ExifTool is a perl script that will give you great power in altering Exif data in images: http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/ It's also available through homebrew (http://brew.sh): $ brew install exiftool If you are at all okay with working in the terminal it is fairly easy to use (and very powerful if you are dealing with lots of images). There ...


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I just had exactly the same problem and tried contacting support. Finally the only thing that let me login was turning off two-step authentication completely.


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The work-around solution I've found for this does not require "starting fresh", though it does involve some degree of "new" account creation. You must create a new user@yahoo.com email address linked to your existing account using the method below: Visit yahoo.com Click the "Sign In" option at the top right Choose the "Google" option to sign in with a ...


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After having experienced the same issue (not being able to login to the Flickr app via iOS7 using my Google/Gmail account) I found that it is required to create a Yahoo account as mentioned. Once I completed that, I was then provided with the additional sign-in options when launching the Flickr app (enabling me to sign-in using my Google account as desired ...


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I use the Posterous Spaces app to save full resolution photos from the roll to the web and have that linked to push to flickr. You could also use the native flickr app to pick them from the roll.


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Dropbox would probably do this. Or at least some of this. It is possible to set up several Dropbox accounts (i.e., one for you and one for different family members) and share folders between those accounts. This would enable you to upload photos and they would be shared immediately in the shared folder. Dropbox provides a Photos folder which can be ...


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Perhaps the most awkward answer, but this is how I do it. I view the photo online and take a screen grab of it.


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this works like a charm! https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/backup-to-flickr-for-iphoto/id733300407?mt=12 Full backup of your iphoto or aperture library. all structure is kept


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Maybe try an export plugin and see if it's any faster? Otherwise, it might be a limitation of your connection. FlickrExport FFXporter



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