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.
In this interview, Iko-Ojo Mercy Haruna talks about the photo critique that helped her creative direction on this photograph and what inspires her to capture the “beauty in mundane moments.”
Flickr members share their photos and stories of magnificent trees from all countries, seasons, and settings.
Piet Biniek, known on Flickr as Mathilda LeLapin, shares the philosophical approach to her photography and what intrigues her about the details of these eyelashes.
Multidisciplinary artist and photographer Tobi Sobowale shares how she approaches the representation of Black women in beauty photography.
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.
Photographer and creative director Kourtney Iman provides a look into Black life and history with this portrait taken in an Alabama field where cotton still grows.
The Library of Congress shares how it’s working with photographers on Flickr to catalog photos of their experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this One Photo, 16 Questions interview, food, lifestyle, and portrait photographer Meika Ejiasi shares why this photo of moody asparagus is one of her personal favorites.
Visual artist Matt Katzenberger shares the story behind six abstract images inspired by Pride flags and the joy they’ve gotten from seeing friends use these images.