Posted on April 25, 2007 Under Gadgetry

If you’re looking for a clean, no-fuss way to post a Flickr-based photo gallery to your website, take Diego Bauducco’s PictoBrowser for a spin. After a quick and painless 2-step process, it generates an html script to embed straight into your code or a blog post, resulting in a super-sexy (and resizable) flash gallery based on either your Flickr sets, tags or groups. Links at the bottom of each of the photos allows quick access back to the original Flickr page, but it’s a stunning way to display your latest photos online without the need for extensive backend coding. You can have a play with the Abandoned Couches group gallery, after the jump.