LUMINAR 3 TO FLICKR? HELLO SKYLUM YOU OUT THERE??

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    Kirk Osborn

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Unfortunately, our new policies restrict exporting media to Flickr. We have disabled this option in the latest update.

    Now you can only manually upload pictures to your Flickr account through the website.

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    Deborah Hinter

    Luminar support is actually very good.  But within the response above, I have to disagree.  Smugmug now owns Flickr.  Smugmug and Skylum could develop inside the API the ability to export/share/publish to Flickr.  There is a choice being made not to do so and not sure why.  But that choice keeps thousands of photographers tied to Lightroom.

    I love Luminar and have received excellent support, but on this issue, I lost confidence that we are being given the whole story.

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    Allan Macdonald

    I use LR 6.14 on Mojave and can upload to Flickr. With the upcoming Catalina release, LR will not work so I looked at buying Luminar to replace LR when I upgrade. I like Luminar and would have bought it, but, with their policy to not include the ability to upload to Flickr, I will stay with LR and Mojave.
    There must be a lot of people who require this ability, so why is it being withheld? 

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    Craig Hesketh

    Any news on this? Will Luminar 4 have the ability?

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    David McLaughlin

    I'd also like to see this happen.

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    Anna V

    Hi, 

    Unfortunately, new Apple policies restrict exporting media to websites.

    That is the reason why we have disabled this option in the latest updates.

     

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    Deborah Hinter

    I am using Luminar 4.  In the Export/Share, Flickr is showing, however, I'm unable to use it.  My Mac High Sierra will not recognize the Flickr account from within the Luminar interface.  However, I do use it from the same laptop from within Lightroom v6.

    Reply from Flickr:

    Thank you for reaching out with us at Flickr, we'll be happy to assist you today with your question.

    Generally you can find some websites that give you comparisons between multiple programs, though whether they will have the ability to directly share to Flickr is not something we can say. We definitely let software developers create extensions that allow them to do that if they wish, but it's going to be up to them directly to be able to implement something like that directly into their program.

    If you have any other questions or concerns, let us know and we'll be happy to assist further.
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    Deborah Hinter

    Jim Nix has a great tutorial video showing how to SHARE using Luminar 4 Share Menu.  It STILL shows Flickr as an option.  I keep getting the Skylum response that it's APPLE that does not allow this.  Why is it then still in the share menu?  I'm on an Mac OS High Sierra and I SHARE to Flickr with Lightroom.  I own Luminar 4 with the Flickr Share showing in the menu,  what's up?  This makes no sense and all the Skylum answers make no sense, and Flickr response didn't shed the light on this concern.

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