Thanks to Rosemary for Tutorial above.
I have just a few important caveats to add.
FLICKR PIC POSTING- When on the Flickr Upload screen user has chance to change Privacy and Searchable settings for pictures, before upload.
I would recommend setting all still photos as "Only Visible to You" and "Hidden From Public Searches" This will permit only those pictures directly linked from Doberman Talk posts to be visible.
If listed as "Anyone (public)" (default) then once a viewer clicks on your posted photo, then your entire Flickr album(s) will opened and viewable to them.
I have done this with several new members who have not only Doberman pictures, but family party & gathering pics in same Flickr albums. I promptly will send them a PM to warn about their privacy settings.
The "Hidden From Public Searches" setting prevents your pictures from coming up in a search which matches keywords from your picture titles. This is not as important as the Visibility setting, especially if you don't title your pictures on Flickr, but just use camera assigned index numbers.
FLICKR Upload User Privacy Settings on Left Side of Screenshot
One final note on EMBEDDING FLICKR pictures on DobermanTalk:
After pasting picture (or video link) into post window, you can crop all information outside the [img] and [/IMG ] brackets, leaving picture link only. This will result in picture itself being posted and not picture title, location and Flicker account holder's name along with picture. Always use "Preview Post" before submitting to make sure everything appears as you intended.
FLICKR VIDEO EMBEDDING- Videos posted from Flicker, however MUST be set as "Anyone (public)" or the video will not be viewable when embedded in Doberman Talk
as an [img], just video screenshot. This is NOT TRUE with videos links on YouTube, which can be set as "Unlisted" and still be viewable by forum readers, when embedded using [youtube] [/youtube ] feature. I prefer storing videos on YouTube because of this.
For YouTube video embedding, go to this DT thread link: https://www.dobermantalk.com/new-mem...ml#post4030293