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How to quickly upload sets of photos to Flickr

Find out how to hasten the uploading process so you can spend less time tethered to your PC and more time taking pictures.

Screenshot, photos by Nicole Cozma

Flickr recently released some handy tools like Photo Session and an Android app for their photo service, but they're geared toward the Web and smartphone users. If you love taking photos that require uploading to your computer, chances are you don't want to spend hours uploading them individually to your Flickr account for sharing.

Begin by downloading and installing theGood.uploadr. This is an Adobe Air app, so if you don't have that installed, you will need to download and install that as well. On your first run, you'll be asked to allow permission for the app to access your Flickr account. Simply click on Authorize and follow the prompt in your browser to grant the app access.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 1: Add pictures to be uploaded by dragging and dropping them into the window or by clicking the Browse button at the bottom of the window.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 2: Title, tag, describe, and assign sets for How to use Flickr's Photo Sessionyour photos by selecting each one from the previews on the left and editing the fields that appear to the right.

Step 3: Click the Upload button at the bottom to upload all of the images to your Flickr account once you are finished filling out information for all of them.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

After you click Upload the app will perform its magic, quickly uploading your images and tagging them with the information you entered. If you realize you made a mistake, you can interrupt the upload by clicking on Cancel Upload in the bottom left corner of the window. Note that this app cannot delete images from your account, so if some of the images made it online, you'll have to remove them manually from the Web interface.