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.
Surprise! it’s Friday and this is our #FlickrFriday Theme. We want you to surprise us with surprising shots. Interpret whatever this theme means to you: it could be the astonishment in the face of your friend when it’s her/his birthday surprise; it could be the reaction to an unexpected punchline to a joke; it could even be your expression of surprise when hearing good news!
In this week’s throwback journey, let’s explore theatrical and musical performances, featuring scenes of the 1890s to 2005 and more offered in the photographic archives from The Commons.
This week our #TwitterTuesday theme was #Seashells. Sandy landscapes, starfish and shells in different shapes were part of your refreshing submissions. Have a look into all your contributions directly in our Twitter feed.
For this week, we’re highlighting the lives of bears through exceptional photography. From scenes in Finland to Japan to the U.S., this picture selection explores the nature of these playful and powerful mammals.
Are you in the mood for a new photographic challenge? Check out the Lonely Planet: Photo Challenges group, and join the fun.
Katharina is a fine-art and portrait photographer from Hermeskeil, Germany, and one of our 20under20. Since February 2013, she converts her daydreams into images. After finishing her diploma as a media designer in June 2014 she will go to Bali and travel through New Zealand with her camera. Read on for our full interview.
Indigenous groups around the world, many of whom are becoming less and less prominent by the day, are rich with culture and traditions. We’d like to share a small glimpse into some portraits of these often overlooked communities in North America and across the globe.
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.
We’re excited to announce a new opportunity to share your beautiful photos with the world: Flickr Wall Art.