Flickr member Epiphany Appleseed shares the story behind her stunning photo of the rising Strawberry Supermoon.
Flickr’s free account limits have changed. Read on for everything you need to know, including important dates and next steps.
Our commitment to creating safe spaces for all kinds of photography comes with a responsibility to protect our most vulnerable populations. Here’s how we’re fighting Child Sexual Abuse Material on Flickr.
Content note: This article contains mentions of child sexual abuse.
George Oates has rejoined the Flickr team with the focus of invigorating the Flickr Commons! Here’s how you can get involved.
Mikko Lagerstedt leaves Flickr starstruck with captivating images that make waves across the internet. For every photograph he takes, Mikko has two goals: inspire and impact individuals around the globe. He aims to make followers feel like they’re in a different world. Sadly, we’re not, but you’ve probably already come across his photos in Explore.
Twenty-two-year-old photographer Felicity Berkleef takes meow-nificently lit portraits of domestic and street cats in their natural environment. Her series “Cats in front of the window” has accumulated tons of views on Flickr, catching the attention and interest of many pet lovers and drawing very positive feedback from other fellow photographers.
The time has come again, #FlickrFam, to band together with photographers around the world for a global photowalk. This year’s Worldwide Flickr Photowalk theme is “Monuments and Historic Places” and we’re working with our friends in the Wikimedia community in support of the Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 (WLM) photography competition in September.
Maelia Rouch, an ebullient amateur photographer from Campana, Buenos Aires, Argentina found her home and community within the Flickr Family once she started interacting with multiple groups. Armed with nothing but a craft drawer and standard Nikon she has honed her skills by working with photographers from different countries, using bright colors and macro textures to make everyone’s day a little bit happier.
Sam Spratt’s illustrations will make you look twice. The New York-based artist creates unbelievable digital portraits of celebrities, icons, and figures.