DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras and MILC (Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras) are a natural step-up from Micro 4/3 systems. Like Micro 4/3, they consist […]
Announced in 2008, Micro 4/3 systems have found a niche in the space for photographers looking for more versatility and quality than a point-and-shoot and […]
The theme for last week’s #FlickrFriday was #SaltAndPepper.
#LifeAt6AM. It’s Friday and this our #FlickrFriday theme.
The first popular consumer digital cameras were point-and-shoot or compact cameras, which enjoyed enormous popularity until the rise of cameraphones. These systems tended to be […]
The theme for this week’s #TwitterTuesday was #StreetArt, and it was a tough call.
(Part 2 of a five-part series. Read the first post here.) Cameras have been a regular feature in cellphones and smartphones for well over a […]
Last week we announced that we are now offering more than 50 million photos to print as part of Flickr Wall Art. In response to questions and feedback from Flickr community members, we wanted to provide you with some more information about this new product.
The holiday season is fast approaching and many of you are going to be thinking about getting a new camera. How do you cut through the hype to work out which one is right for you? Let us help.
If you aren’t already in the mood for the holidays, we’ve collected some beautiful food photos that will make your mouth water.
How do you find one million high-quality weather photos on Flickr—one million needles in a haystack of 10 billion photos? Since this is primarily a multimedia research problem, we needed to rely on several methods, which we detail here.
Zeb Andrews is a pinhole photographer, taking stunning, lensless photos through a single aperture. “Pinhole photography allows me to view the world differently.”