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Camera Roll vs. Photostream

Camera Roll vs. Photostream: Flickr: Sharing Photos
Camera Roll vs. Photostream: Flickr: Sharing Photos

he Photostream is the traditional Flickr viewing environment that is also public facing. The Camera Roll is newer and its images are marked as private until otherwise labeled. For a Camera Roll image to be viewable in the Photostream, it must be marked as Public. This gives photographers control over what can be seen and what remains private. Learn more about these differences in this video.

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Business Photography Sharing Photos Social Networks Flickr

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