Deleting Photos from Flickr
If you have found that you’re getting tired of a particular photo, or simply want to take advantage of what limited space you have on your Flickr account, then deletion is a popular option.
In case you aren’t aware, there are two types of account available on Flickr:
Free: here, users can upload a maximum of 300 MB per month, and if they have over 200 images in their photo stream, users will only be able to view the most recent 200, with the older snaps archived.
Pro: unlimited uploading of photos, storage and bandwidth, although once a pro account expires Flickr will revert it to a free account.
Photos can be deleted from Flickr in the following way:
Open the image, and in the Actions menu find the Delete this photo option. Confirm this choice by clicking the Delete Photo button, and a few moments later the image will be removed.
In this situation, images are permanently deleted. However, you will find that the situation is slightly different when it comes to deleting a Flickr account and the images within.