Fall is here and that means it’s time for another edition of Polaroid Week!
The Halifax Municipal Archives—a historical research center for the region of Halifax, Canada—invites any Flickr members with a connection to the city to help identify some of the historical photos in their collection.
The Creative Commons licenses were added to Flickr in 2004. Today, as part of the year-long celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Creative Commons, we’ve compiled some data related to how Flickr members use CC licenses.
World Photography Day is August 19, and to celebrate, we’re throwing a photo contest! Four possible categories for entry, 13 possible prize packages, all for one great worldwide community.
A few weeks ago, we asked Flickr members to share their images of the most camera-ready animals they had ever photographed. Here are a few of those stories.
With over 600 photos submitted and almost 350 people watching live, Flickr and Fujifilm’s first virtual photo critique event on July 8 was a great success! If you missed the critique, no worries—you can still find it here.
The Library of Congress shares how it’s working with photographers on Flickr to catalog photos of their experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A photography collection documenting the pivotal civil rights protests that took place in the rural town of Farmville, Virginia, USA, in the summer of 1963.
Flickr member Masako Metz answers 16 questions about the spectacular black-and-white nature shot that won her an award at the Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA) in 2017.
From April 18 through April 21, the ’Roid Week 2021 group will be open for all instant film lovers to share their newest creations. We talked to some of the group members for inspiration.