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Why Transfer Flickr to Amazon Photos?

Flickr to Amazon Photos
Flickr to Amazon Photos

Flickr is an online service for storing photos and pictures. You can create albums and galleries, and mark photos for the public and friends or family to see. Professional members can get detailed statistics on how often their photos are viewed, favorited and commented on. Images can be categorized using keywords, added to groups, and licensed under many types of knowledge sharing.

Amazon Photos allows you to upload images (including RAW files) and videos from your desktop or mobile device. With just a few clicks, you can organize your photos with Albums, buy prints, and share your images with others. The Amazon Photos mobile app lets you back up all of your images on your phone to save space. If you're an Amazon Prime member, you get free access to Amazon Photos and the ability to upload an unlimited number of images.

Although both can store pictures, there are differences in functionality. Flickr focuses on high-quality image preservation and provides more advanced sharing services. Amazon Photos is more storage-oriented and is a great place to store a lot of pictures.

  • If you need to store a lot of pictures urgently, you can transfer the data from Flickr directly to Amazon Photos.
  • You can also transfer images from Flickr to Amazon Photos if you feel that the paid version of Flickr is not worth the money compared to the Amazon Photos Prime version.

How to Transfer Flickr to Amazon Photos

Since Flickr and Amazon Photos are unique, many people use them for online storage. However, it is not easy to organize all the files on different cloud services, for example, if you need to move Flickr to Amazon Photos, how to achieve the transfer task?

Step 1: Sign in to Flickr, go to the "Camera Roll" view, and click "Select All" for each set of photos you want to download.
Step 2: Next, click the "Download" button at the bottom of the page, and in the popup that appears, click "Create zip file". Repeat this process until all the photos you want to move are downloaded.

Download Photos from Flickr
Download Photos from Flickr

Note: If you have a large photo library, it may take a long time to download all the photos, as Flickr does not provide a one-click method to select all photos.

Step 3: Upload the downloaded image to Amazon Photos. Because Amazon Photos supports web and desktop applications, you can upload pictures according to your needs.

Solution 1: Log in to your Amazon Photos account on the official website, click "Add" in the upper right corner, select the "Upload photos" option, and choose the pictures you just downloaded to your computer.

Upload to Amazon Photos
Upload to Amazon Photos

Solution 2: Open the Amazon Photos desktop application, click "Browse" on the main interface, and select the desired image on your computer to upload to Amazon Photos.

Select Files to Upload to Amazon Photos
Select Files to Upload to Amazon Photos

Bonus Tip: How to Transfer Flickr to Other Clouds

In addition to data transfer between Flickr and Amazon Photos, some users may be using other cloud drives such as Google Photos, Amazon S3, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Flickr, FTP, Box, pCloud, etc. So, how do you transfer data from Flickr to other cloud drives?

MultCloud is a web-based multiple cloud storage manager that helps migrate photos from Flickr to other cloud drives like Google Photos without downloading and uploading. Maybe you're a little concerned that this third-party tool isn't secure enough for your data. Rest assured, MultCloud is based on an OAuth authorization system and 256-bit AES encryption, so your data is served so securely.

Now we take moving photos from Flickr to Google Photos as an example to mention the following detailed steps.

Step 1: Sign up for free MultCloud. Register an account with an email address or click "Try without signing up" to directly create a temporary account to experience the function in advance.

Sign Up for MultCloud
Sign Up for MultCloud

Step 2: Click "Add Cloud" to add Flickr and Google Photos to MultCloud.

Add Flickr and Google Photos to MultCloud
Add Flickr and Google Photos to MultCloud

Note: You can only add one cloud at a time. If you want to add more clouds to MultCloud, just repeat step 2. MultCloud supports Dropbox, Dropbox Business, Google Drive, Google Workspace, Google Photos, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Flickr, Box, Box for Business, pCloud, Amazon S3, SugarSync, Hubic, Evernote, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Egnyte, Putio, Backblaze, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, Baidu, even NAS, WebDAV, FTP/SFTP, Shared with me and Shared Drive.

Step 3: Use "Cloud Transfer" to move pictures from Flickr to Google Photos. Click the "Cloud Transfer" button and select Flickr as the source and Google Photos as the destination. Click "Transfer Now" to let the transfer task run itself.

Transfer Flickr to Google Photos
Transfer Flickr to Google Photos

Notes:

  • If you have a lot of photos to transfer from Flickr to Google Photos, you can close your browser window or even shut down your PC, as MultCloud can run your tasks in the background.
  • If you don't want to transfer certain pictures with certain file extensions, you can exclude them by enabling "Filter" under "Options" after subscribing to MultCloud to a higher level. After that, you can also get 10 threads to transfer data from cloud to cloud faster.
  • If you want to set your Flickr to Google Photos migration to automatic and recurring mode, you can set up a daily, weekly or monthly recurring cloud file migration before starting the transfer task.

Summary

When you need to transfer Flickr to Amazon Photos, you can follow the detailed steps above to complete the file transfer. Also, if you have multiple cloud drives that are difficult to manage, it is best to try MultCloud to manage multiple cloud storage accounts most efficiently. You don't need to download MultCloud, you can operate tasks in a very simple way, saving you a lot of time for file transfers or syncing.

MultCloud Supports Clouds

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