How to upload photos straight from iPhoto

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by macchic48, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. macchic48 macrumors newbie

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    It's remarkably annoying...if I want to upload photos onto my flickr account, I have to move all my iPhoto pics into a picture folder first, and then upload it from there.

    Is there any way I can just click upload and browse through and choose my photos straight from iPhoto?

    I'm new on these forums so I don't really know how to navigate my way around. This is my first mac ever (macbook pro 13) and I've had it for several months.

    Thanks in advanced.
     
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  3. macchic48 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    If I want to upload photos to my blog or simply change an msn display pic...it's a hassle to have all these photos everywhere when all I want is just to be able to access them straight from iPhoto. :(
     
  4. ergdegdeg Moderator emeritus

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    In every upload window I've ever seen, there was an option to upload straight from iPhoto. It's in the left hand bar, near the bottom under "Media".
     
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    I always miss that, though I don't use iPhoto.

    Look under the MEDIA section:
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    Damn, that's nifty. Simplifies things enormously. Thanks!
     
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    Thanks to ergdegdeg for pointing it out though, I just used my fancy screenshot "skills" to convey the message.
     

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