Bulk export from Flickr

Does anyone know of a good way to export photos out of Flickr (and ideally into OneDrive and/or Google) using either Windows, Linux or the Web? So far my searches have returned results that are somewhat long in the tooth and mostly related to exporting into Flickr.

Conversation 4 comments

  • 5812

    22 December, 2016 - 4:40 pm

    <p>I found this.&nbsp;</p>
    <p><br />Log in securely to your flickr account via OAuth.<br />View all the public photos (or all of them)<br />Select specific photos and download as a batch.<br />Or download them all with one click.<br />Set preferences for download size, metadata etc.<br />flickr downloadr – Batch download your flickr photos!<br />https://flickrdownloadr.com/</p&gt;
    <p>So I’d download them all into a specific folder. Then you can use google photos uploader&nbsp;https://photos.google.com/apps to upload them all.&nbsp;</p>
    <p>Done. Hope this helps. Happy Holidays.</p>

  • 5027

    08 February, 2017 - 1:58 am

    <p>There are several ways to do bulk download your images from Flickr, I remember I did it myself with a small program (that I now for the life of me cant remember what it was called) (will check when I get home if i still have it )</p>
    <p>Hopefully theses pages can help you get started though:</p>

  • 10632

    08 February, 2017 - 10:25 am

    <p>Just try to sync with OneDrive. So did I. This is the fastest way it’s like to <a href="http://www.xroids.org/injectable-steroids-307/">buy injectable steroids</a>&nbsp;to make your body hot. And to be honest I heard that for a while Flickr had partnered up with a company called Qoop that would bulk load your photos. Hope I helped. Take care</p>

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