We spend months taking photos and storing them on our computer. The snag is, how do you get your photos across to your friends and family? You might want to share the 40 photos you took when you were on your visit to Dublin, but can't print them off nor can you justify trying to send them by email. They're simply too large. The best alternative is to upload them to a photo-sharing website and then enable your friends to have access. Flickr is one of the best around and, if you have a large number of photos, you'll need a tool to get them online, quickly.
Flickr Uploadr 3 is a the latest version of the official photo uploader that will enable you to select the photos you want to put on your Flickr account, select whether you want to make them available to the public or private use, then upload to a new or existing set on your account.
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