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Upload and Organize Flickr Photos Fast with Photonic!

In the last year, I have been on a quest to find an application that will allow me to upload and organize my flickr photos from my desktop. I’ll be honest, I hate the navigation and homepage on Flickr. I just don’t vibe with the work flow. It’s just not instinctive to me and I find myself constantly backtracking and fiddling with tags and sets and clicking on avatars and drop down menus… Uh. Enough!

Today, my quest finally ended when I met: Photonic: Flickr Client for Mac OS X.

Photonic logo

Looks nice. Uploading, tagging, setting privacy, and adding photos to sets and groups is easy peasy. You can even view your contacts photos and explore the flickr universe all from the comfort of your desktop. And after playing around with it for several hours, I can find no real fault with it. Also, it appears to run smoothly with Leopard. Yeah! That’s some good news.

 

Upload photos to flickr is easy peasy with Photonic

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6 Comments

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    Dan
    March 6, 2008 at 2:38 AM

    You might also like this then Lisa.

    http://snook.ca/archives/adobe_air/snoto_photo/

    Jon Snook has made a simple desktop flickr client for adding/removing photos on the fly. :)

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    dale boyce
    March 6, 2008 at 4:23 PM

    some good advice!

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    Mostly Lisa
    March 7, 2008 at 12:41 AM

    @Dan — will check it out when i get a chance.

    @dale — I try, but few people truly appreciate my good advice. i’m glad you do. hi-5!

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    MostlyLisa.com: Lisa Bettany. Canada’s Sexy Geek Blog » Blog Archive » Mostly Lisa’s Top 6 Media Apps for your Mac
    May 22, 2008 at 8:54 PM

    […] titles, description, tags, add to albums and groups, and upload. I talked about it more in depth here. Works really well and it looks like it actually belongs on a Mac. Ahem […]

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    Alvaro Farfan
    May 24, 2008 at 4:43 PM

    Yeah!, it is seen and it worked very well, but I believe that it needs something essential: to be able to browse the iPhoto library… with that would be perfect… do not believe it?

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    John
    March 8, 2010 at 7:40 PM

    I tried the demo… Upload seems to be deactivated.. What I need is to be able to upload my photos pre-tagged and pre-“setted” based on the folders they’re in. There’s no hint that I can see that this does it.. But I do think the interface is swell.

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