You’ve probably heard this. It’s a common story circulating around the web, so I’ve already run across many stories about it.
Well, today, I’m going to answer that question. For this post, I was asked to review the current Flickr account that I use. I’ve been using it since late 2006, but I’ve since bought a number of different accounts. I’ve reviewed them all and reviewed them very thoroughly. I’ve found that there is no such thing as a “owned account”. You’d never think that someone owning an account was a good thing, but, of course, they are. They protect the owner’s rights and their reputation.
So, without further ado, here is a description of the current account and its history:
My profile. (This is the most current account I have)
My account is called ‘jesuschrist’, and I’m not really an active user. There is a big difference from a “owned” account and a “non-owned” account.
Let’s take a look at the two main points we need to know:
1. Why do we need an account?
We use Flickr and other services to share images with our friends.
2. How do I access my photos?
Simply visit their site, click ‘Add account’ to add yourself, log in or create a new account and then click on the photos you have tagged in your photos. You can then browse through your photo and edit your photo settings to view more photos. Once you have uploaded a photo, you can add it to your account. After adding a photo, click on ‘edit profile’ to add/change your info (email, birth date, etc.) or just leave it blank (no info – you won’t be able to see this before you add the photo, and if you add a photo without editing the info, it won’t show up in my account either, as I don’t have the full account ID for your photo). Also, it’s good to know that to access the photos you’ve tagged, you need to add one of those tags to your photo in order for you to tag them from your account.
3. And finally, the next step: the photos!
If you follow this guide, then the photos are stored in a Google ‘cloud’ storage and can be accessed from anywhere.
So, let’s review the new information that I’ve discovered through my review
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