User just need to authorize Bing App for same. Once connected, browsing Facebook photos on Bing seems to be really interesting. Each thumbnail image shows the number of likes and comments, and when you click on an image, it expands while showing comments in a sidebar. You can add your own comment, like a photo or share it on your wall directly from Bing. There’s also an option to open photos in Facebook, which is useful if you want to tag a photo or add a location. It also introduces searching for specific keywords in photo captions or album titles.
ForÂ people having security concerns, only your friends who already had access to the photos can see your uploads.
In a blog post a Bing representative writes:
With more than 300 million photos uploaded to Facebook per day, photo viewing is one of the most popular things people do on Facebook. Bing now lets you quickly find that special photo (out of your friendsâ€™ thousands) on Facebook with the new Friendsâ€™ Photo feature.
It further states
In Bing Friendsâ€™ Photos, your friends will only see photos youâ€™ve shared with them, and your photos canâ€™t be seen by anyone other than your friends on Facebook. Microsoft is committed to being clear about how we use your data, and to giving you control, enhanced security, and benefit for sharing your data.
As of now, this feature is not visible if you directly go to bing search. To use this feature you can go to : http://www.bing.com/friendsphotos
Bing, of course, will respect your Facebook privacy settings and will only show images that you and your friends have made viewable.