Going digital is supposed to make life easier and more enjoyable but when it comes to digital photos, the challenge is figuring out what to do with all of them.
As one of the largest online photo applications, Flickr and it’s more than 2 billion photos has plenty to offer. First and foremost, Flickr is a repository for storing mass amounts of digital photos and offers a plethora of intuitive organizational tools to ensure you can find that picture of Uncle Leo at last year’s family reunion. Even more compelling is Flickr’s ability to publicize your work to your friends, family, and even the world. Assuming you haven’t restricted access to your photos, each time you upload images, the Flickr community gains a visual glimpse into your world and can provide feedback on your work.
Through a series of plugins and third-party services, Flickr can quickly transform your digital photos into tangible memories like photographic prints, posters, calendars, books, and business cards. Because these services are often tightly integrated into Flickr, little more than a few clicks are required to select your favorite photos and design your offline creations.
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