Flickr Rocks




Flickr Badge

Originally uploaded by sebrenner.

I recently committed to Flickr. Both financially, $20 a year, and my time, the time to get all my photos online and somewhat organized.

In the last seven or eight years I have planned to get my photos online. But despite several tries I never got more then about 100 up. It was too time consuming.

But now, with Flickr.com, I have about 1500 up and ready to share. Flickr makes it very easy to upload and to organize. By next week I think I will have all my photos up.

You can check out my collection at flickr.com/photos/sebrenner/.

If you haven’t tried Flickr before I think you will be impressed. Every photo is tagged with all the words I could think to describe the photo. For example this badge has the following tags:
Badge
ID
Me
Flickr

If you want to see all my photos from Colorado you can click the Colorado tag and you will get a complete collection of Colorado photos. If you want to see my camping photos same thing. Click on the camping tag and they are all there. And you can combine tags. Combining camping and Colorado will get you only the pictures related to camping and Colorado.

Flickr uses an interest technic to display the tags. They are shown alphabetically and the relative size of the type indicates how many of my photos share that tag.

Another nice feature allows you to browse other people’s photos too. After looking at my Colorado pictures you can click on the link to everyone’s Colorado pictures and see thousand and thousand of other’s photo related Colorado.

Please take a look and if you like the way it works consider joining. There is both a free version and Pro version. The only difference is how many photos you can upload.

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