Lou Noble has been an active Flickr user for fifteen years, and, as editor-in-chief of The Photographic Journal, publishes interviews and photo essays with both those up-and-coming in the industry and those with successful decades-long careers. We asked him to speak on the subject of diversity as it relates to photography.
Documentary photographer Elvert Barnes walks us through his portfolio and his extensive experience covering protests and social movements.
A few months ago, we had the pleasure of tagging along with Yan Larsen on one of her solo outings to capture the beauty of […]
The peace and tranquility of the forests are just a few of the qualities that draw dual-careered photographer, Sapna Reddy. As a radiologist, she studies […]
Photographers all over the world are still creating and capturing amazing shots. And, even though we are respecting the requested rules in place to keep […]
For Angelina, nature became a refuge, the perfect place to grow a garden and brush up on some old passions like painting. Her love for […]
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.