I got asked this question several times during various presentations/panels at I was on at the NTC, including the Flickr Affnity Group session on Wednesday. The question, "How can I display photos in flickr on my web site?"
I pointed folks to Splashr after telling the story of how I learned about it during my Beth5.0 Flickr Remix Photo Birthday Card Contest. Alan Levine (cogdog blog) who submitted the winning entry left a comment in a post where I asked that same question. He pointed me to his blog entry about it.
There are many flickr tools or rather toys that use the API to extract flickr photos and publish them elsewhere in different ways. The above slide show was created with Splashr, billed simply as “a tool for presenting Flickr photos.” It gives you a bunch of different templates with different styling. What's nice, it generates cut and paste code.
If you don't have software programmer at your disposal, this is an easy way to accomplish the task - you don't have to touch code. Of course, you can't precisely display the photos in a customized color scheme, size, or format -- but then again you don't need to know how to code. And, did I mention this little tool was free?
There's one limitation, of course, is that slide show is a big size, too big for most blog formats. It would work okay on a web site though, but it isn't embedded. And, to be fair, I didn't test all 30 templates (I'm little tired).
There is another way to create an embedded slide show, although it is a little more geeky and (I didn't write up the steps yet - so it may be hard to figure out if you're not a code geek type.) You can use the flickr slide show option as shown here (Thanks Elliot) That reminded me that I did a screencast on how to do a flickr slide show! So, you'd just loose the step of translating powerpoint slides into jpegs and not include the user name in the code line. I know that sounds like greek.