How do you find one million high-quality weather photos on Flickr—one million needles in a haystack of 10 billion photos? Since this is primarily a multimedia research problem, we needed to rely on several methods, which we detail here.
Join us Wednesday, November 12th, for a free, online, travel photography workshop hosted by Flickr, Lonely Planet, and Blurb.
We’re thrilled to invite you to participate in a free, online, travel photography workshop sponsored by Lonely Planet, Flickr, and Blurb next Wednesday, November 12th at 2 pm Pacific Time
If you’re like us, you’ve been out taking beautiful photos and finding inspiration in the vast Flickrverse. Enjoy this sample or our favorites and have a wonderful week capturing your most stunning moments!
Where are you going to school and what is your program like? I am a senior at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). I’m in the VCU […]
Check out Mark Forman’s candid portraits and street scenes from Taiwan, where the Brooklyn-born photographer has lived for more than 20 years. “I think the street came to me because it seemed honest and organic.”
Conor MacNeill quit his day job to become a full-time photographer only three years after picking up a cheap DSLR for the first time. The Irish photographer fell so deeply in love with his craft that he was willing to risk the stability of the rat race to pursue his dream. We’re happy to share his story with you in this Photographer Spotlight.
What an amazing weekend for photowalkers around the world! More than 20,000 walkers participated in more than 1,000 walks in nearly every region of the world, from the U.S. to the Philippines, Brazil to Sri Lanka, Iceland to Iran.
For Mono Monday, follow us into the artistic mind and vision of Joel Tjintjelaar, whose photography will transport you to unfamiliar cities of stark angles and bright, soaring infrastructure.
We hope you’ll join the Kelby Worldwide Photowalk — there are more than 1,000 walks and nearly 20,000 people signed up, with many more joining every minute.