Flickr has become a favourite place for many to share photos. Off-late it has become more of a place to share professional photos rather than personal photos.
This has happened because of Facebook and Google+ becoming more easy to use for sharing photos with a group of friends.
Flickr has now introduced ‘Photo Session‘ which allows sharing photos in a stream in real-time with friends.
- Just sign into your Flickr account and start looking up your photo-streams.
- A new option for sharing a photo stream appears which is photo-session. Simply create a photo session and share the link with friends or invite them from their Flickr accounts.
- Once they sign-in you can start the photo-session of looking up photos in real-time. 😉
This is a great idea, as people can comment on photos and communicate as they look up photos in a real-time with friends. It is like having an online photo-viewing party.
Here is a video on how photo session works:
I like the idea of sharing photos and viewing them in real-time with comments. It is I guess a way to become more social for Flickr.
What are your views? Do drop in your comments.
Link: Flickr Photo Session