We recently had the pleasure of meeting up with Silvia Grav in Los Angeles for a special filming of a new Flickr Feature about her […]
We were lucky enough to catch up with photographer Lou Noble in Los Angeles, CA to chat with him and watch him work his magic with model Julya.
Few photographers can boast the level of commitment that creative photographer and paper artist Catherine MacBride has demonstrated in her twelve years as a Flickr member. Ever since the day she started her first 365 project in 2011, she has been posting images non-stop to her Flickr account.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re featuring the work of one of our most universally beloved Flickr photographers : Brooke Shaden.
English photographer Tim Gamble has always liked things that are different. His interest in light painting—a form of long exposure photography that creates colorful images by moving a hand-held light source—started seven years ago, when he came across a tiny section dedicated to the art of light drawing in his newly-purchased digital photography book.
We chatted with the creator of the project, Liisa H. Hole, and with participating photographer and current Adobe Creative Resident Laura Zalenga, to learn more about the backstory behind this fantastic idea.
Enric’s obsession with the sea has always been present. Though his job as a motionographer, focusing on the art of motion design, has taken him […]
Jordan was kind enough to join Flickr for an interview, which we think you will enjoy. The Moment Passion Struck: I always enjoyed taking pictures. […]
Ross Buswell’s landscape photography has caused quite a large amount of attention on Flickr. He has gone by the name ‘Atmospherics’ since he first started […]
Sandra’s photographs of grain elevators in the Canadian Prairies portray the history of rural Canada in a whole new light.
Matthew Hampshire focuses on abandoned architecture photography. From barren seasides and deserted homes to plane wrecks and chapels that have forgotten to be cherished, Matthew captures what it would be like to live in an empty world.
Hayden Korr is a yearbook photographer turned photojournalist. As a student survivor at one of the most horrific school shootings in history, she has turned her grief into inspirational political art.