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Sunday, March 02, 2008

Organize & Upload hundreds of photos to Flickr Using Photonic, Flickr Client for Mac OS X

image Working with a lot of photos to upload can be a pain, especially with any sort of web-based interface. No matter how well-designed the interface is, you're still in a web browser and suffer from the limitations therein. The answer to effectively organizing and uploading tens, or even hundreds, of photos to Flickr is to use Photonic, a desktop application for Mac OS X specifically designed to help you accomplish this task.


In addition to letting you upload your photos in an easy and Mac-like fashion (complete with snappy, snazzy, and non-gratuitous Core Animation feedback), Photonic is also a Flickr browser. Keep track of your contacts, groups, and even the past several days in Explore, all from Photonic. When you care to interact with a photo, right-click on it and you can be taken straight to the page on Flickr where you can read and leave comments as usual. Photonic enhances your already-excellent Flickr experience.

Photonic can search Flickr as well, so you can sort though Flickr for that one photo of what you're thinking of and easily share it with friends.

Photonic requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, 300-500MB disk space (used to keep local copies of images) and of course a free or pro account at Flickr.

Photonic is a Universal Binary and works on both PowerPC and Intel Macs.

This is not a FREE service. You can purchase a license to Photonic for $20 until March 15th.

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