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As with any app that uses Flickr's API, you have to authorize it.
Exposure now works with Flickr (and yes, that is my Flickr name).
This is the first screen that you see after you authorize Exposure. As you can see this lists your most recent pictures posted on Flickr (Can you tell I live in Philadelphia?).
When you tap on a picture it loads it in the main screen.
Aren't I a great photographer?
This is my favorite part of Exposure (and Flickr), looking at what my friends have been up to.
A list of all your Flickr contacts. Tapping on one of the names brings you to their Flickrstream.
You can see the most interesting pictures on Flickr here.
What you can't see here is that you can also read comments made on pictures. Neat.
When you have Twitterrific installed on your iPhone you can share the pic via Twitter. You can also mail a link, add to your favorites (note that wacky UK spelling), and open in Safari.
This is the coolest feature of Exposure. 'Near Me' shows you, based on your current location, photos that have been taken near you.
Of course you can disallow Exposure from seeing your current location and this feature gets less cool.
Even using my first gen iPhone Near Me worked like a charm (a creepy charm, but a charm nonetheless).
Everything you can look at on Flickr, you can see in Explore.
These are my sets on Flickr.
Here are some pictures I took with a fancy lens I'm renting.
That picture called 'Me,' is, in fact, me. Sorry ladies, I'm taken.
You can see recent comments, if anyone has favorited your photos and things from this screen.
Well, my tags.
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