Last week’s #FlickrFriday theme was #ThingsMoneyCannotBuy.
Get your set ready, your actors in place, it’s show time! #LightsCameraAction!
The Black Heroines Project began as a way to help Marc Bushelle’s 5-year-old daughter Lily learn about African-American women whose strength and courage have made a difference in the world. His photos featuring Lily beside photos of iconic women have gone viral and have led to a number of fascinating surprises.
Looking at 7.6 million public Flickr app photos, Flickr and Yahoo Labs researchers found that filtered photos are 21 percent more likely to be viewed on Flickr and 45 percent more likely to be commented on.
The theme for yesterday’s #TwitterTuesday was a very popular one, #Selfie.
In her photographs, Lauren Withrow likes to play with composition and break the rules to create a sense of movement. She was one of the inaugural Flickr 20under20 photographers. Read on to learn more about Lauren’s work.
Eric Fischer’s data visualization projects illustrate different global trends: social media usage, taxi trips, and tourist locations around the world, among others. Discover more about what goes into his work.
There are so many things that we could buy, but also many things could not be bought by money. This is the challenge for this week’s #FlickrFriday.
Seeing all the things that were being shared on Flickr Friday was truly touching. Thank you for all the additions to the group! Here are […]
Yesterday was busy for #TwitterTuesday! We saw a wave of crowds through your images, really stunning! Thank you all for your terrific contributions. Stay tuned […]