The theme for last week’s #FlickrFriday was #UpsideDown.
After nearly losing his son twice, Adrian Murray turned to photography to create storybook images that capture the magic and wonder of childhood. Watch this moving and inspiring Weekly Flickr video!
Check out this week’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal’s interview with Ryan Schude, a master at creating evocative scenes within his photographs and glimpses of stories untold.
The theme for this week’s #TwitterTuesday was #Patterns.
Happy International Hug Day! We’re celebrating with a few images of a lovely embrace.
For this week’s Flickr Faves, we join Kevin Meredith (lomokev), one of the most-loved photographers on Flickr. Check out the seven photos from seven photographers he curated and start following their work.
“The best time to start calling yourself an artist is now.” Get inspired by our profile of Dawn Hanna, a talented photographer who transforms ordinary landscapes into art.
(This piece first ran on August 23, 2013). Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech is a key event that changed the course […]
#ToBeOrNotToBe that was our question for FlickrFriday last Friday. You were really inspired. You took and shared amazing pictures, some related to Shakespeare’s world, others to recent tragic events. What we saw behind the scenes was all about life and death and their meaning.
See the world #UpsideDown for #FlickrFriday! Have you ever hung upside down on the monkey bars on the school playground? Play with reflects, turn your image, your camera and your head in reverse and show us all your topsyturvy creativity.