Downloading a massive photo library from Flickr can be quite a task, and I totally understand your frustration. It's surprising that concise instructions are often hard to come by. Thankfully, your experience might inspire others to share their insights on this topic.
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A very short post because I had to download all my ~10,000 photos from Flickr recently and couldn't find a concise set of instructions for doing so. The question has been asked and answered many times on the web, but most of the advice revolves around using third-party services or desktop applications.
I don't know when Flickr added the ability to download photos in bulk, but by far the easiest way is now definitely by using Flickr.com, no extra tools required.
- Log in to Flickr.
- Go go "Camera roll" (under You in the menu or ...