There’s a long list of features that we’ve wanted to develop for our members. Giving our members a way to celebrate the creativity of their fellow members has always been high on that list. Today, we’re thrilled to launch our newest feature: galleries.
For whatever you find interesting, fascinating, or mind-blowing on Flickr, galleries are a way to curate up to 18 public photos or videos of your fellow members into one place around a theme, an idea or just because. Here are a few favourites from our preview:
And, don’t miss Contemporary Black & White Portraiture The Future Is Now, Half Sky, Half Water, tea, Heaven for Book People, beautiful fish, the blue hour. We’d like to thank our generous members who participated in our galleries preview. You can see even more of their work in Explore / Galleries.
If you’re ready to get started, click on the new “Add to gallery” icon that you’ll see in the menu button bar. These FAQs will help you on your way:
What is a gallery?
Seriously, how is a gallery different than favorites, sets and collections?
How do I make a gallery?
How do I find out if my photo or video has been added to a gallery?
How do I remove my photo from a gallery?
Be sure to read all our gallery FAQs for the full poop. If you’ve feedback or encounter bugs, please head over to the Help Forum.