Next-Level Family Photography

Elizabeth Sallee Bauer was a chef turned family photographer. While succeeding with her goal of capturing her kids’ personalities, she also managed to gain a hefty amount of Flickr followers along the way! Find out why in our latest feature story!

Honoring Lost Angels

What can you give to a man who gives his everything to everyone else? A Flickr feature is just the beginning. In an intimate interview with Flickr, Lee Jeffries reveals a few photographic secrets, his striking motivation behind his exceptional portrait work, and his most recent project that will have you raiding your house for tissue boxes – guaranteed.

Visual Memories of Family Moments

When children enter school, parents often feel relieved, but also heartbroken and lonely. As a mother of three kids, ages eleven, nine, and five, Erica Montgomery knows the struggle very well. Originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but living in Los Angeles for many years now, this 43-year-old woman has built her life around her two passions: family and photography.

The Emotion of Landscape

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.

What Places Tell Us About People

When you look at the buildings and spaces that surround your neighborhood, do you ever feel compelled to photograph and immortalize the scene, or do you see just another mundane landscape? For British photographer Tom Westbury, anything and everything has the potential to become a valid, interesting photograph.