To be able to use the privacy options of the plugin, you have to complete the authentication procedure as described in the installation procedure ("Installing the plugin") To demonstrate privacy options and the difference between a plugin that is authorised to an account and one that isn't, we created a set that includes photos with different pricacy labels. The photo's shown below are from this set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29056143@N08/sets/72157606824816718/detail/
If you didn't complete the authorisation procedure of the plugin, the plugin will be able to only display the public photos of your flickr account. For our demonstration set, this will result in the following photos:
Once you have completed the authorization procedure of the plugin (see "installing the plugin"), the plugin will display all photos regardless of the privacy settings. In the case of the set displayed above it will result in the following photos:
The plugin supports all 5 privacy options available. The first option, to display all photos without any privacy filter doesn't require an attribute in the expression. To filter the photos to be displayed on your website based on the privacy label set on flickr, the privacy attribute can be used, using the following values.
The following examples will show the result of each value for the set displayed above.
[flickr set=72157606824816718 privacy=private]
[flickr set=72157606824816718 privacy=friends]
[flickr set=72157606824816718 privacy=family]
[flickr set=72157606824816718 privacy=familyfriends]