Apr 1, 2013
So you've taken your Adventure Cycling tour. You've had the time of your life, done some fabulous cycling, and made some new friends. Now you're home, looking through your memory cards of photos to relive your trip. Wow! Look at those awesome photos! You want to share them with your fellow participants, with Adventure Cycling, with the world, but how?
You're in luck! Adventure Cycling Guided Tours have their very own Flickr page to which participants can upload photos from their own trips, or look to for inspiration and photos from all of our tours. Let's get started!
1. First, you will need to register for a Flickr account. You can connect via your Facebook or Google account if you don't want another name and password to remember.
3. Now it's time to upload your photos! Click the 'Upload' button to get started.
4. Once you reach the upload screen, hit the 'Choose Photos and Videos to Upload' button and select the photos you want to upload. Note: Holding down the 'Ctrl' key will allow you to select more than one photo at a time.
5. Now it's time to add some tags! Tags are keywords, which make it easy for you and others to find and view your pictures. At the end of your Adventure Cycling tour, you will receive the tags to use for your specific tour. To add tags, hit the 'Add Tags' button and type in your desired tags. After you add tags, click 'Add to Group', and select the Adventure Cycling Guided Tours' group. These steps are important, because they help your fellow participants to find, view and appreciate your photos!
6. Once you have tagged and grouped your photos, it's time to complete the upload. Hit the 'Upload' button in the upper left.
7. That's it! Your photos are uploaded, and ready for all to enjoy. Now you're free to scroll through the other photos, and find your next trip!
If you need more assistance, you might find the Flickr FAQ page helpful.
ON THE ROAD is written by the tours team -- Mo, Paul, Madeline, and Steve -- tours specialists and intrepid bicyclists, covering all things related to Adventure Cycling's Tours Department. Check out the 2013 Guided Tours!