At FlickrHQ we were totally intrigued by #TheDress illusion. Was it white and gold, or blue and black? Opinion is strongly divided, voices have been […]
Sometimes we have to face to difficult choices, which we call it dilemma.
In this week’s Flickr Friday we invite you to take your best shot for this theme #Dilemma.
For Kari Greer, working means jumping in the midst of a burning wildfire to take photos of the men and women who fight them. “When I’m in the midst of the heat and the smoke, it’s just a sensation of complete awe.”
Check out this week’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal’s interview with Eduardo Torres, whose photographs are at once both intimate and sensuous.
The theme for last week’s #FlickrFriday was a happy one: #SingingInTheRain. We got a lot of submissions with beautiful sound of music and creativity.
The top-25 mobile photos on Flickr in 2014 show that all of us have the gear we need to take great pictures already in our pocket.
Éric Lafforgue is a professional photographer who travels for well-known magazines, documenting people in situations that most of the world doesn’t get to see. Many of the places he goes, such as Somalia and North Korea, are considered off-limits to most foreigners.
The theme for #TwitterTuesday yesterday was #Freedom, a fundamental yet indispensable human right. We got so many submissions from all of you, and here are our favorites.
Take a look at some of the stunning photos from Flickr’s Explore this week!
The theme for next week’s #FlickrFriday is #SingingInTheRain.
The theme for #FlickrFriday last week was Happy Birthday!
“Living with cerebral palsy has been my biggest curse and my biggest blessing,” San Francisco street photographer Jason Lee says. “I don’t claim to be the best photographer, or even a good photographer, but if I can make my dreams come true… then I think that anybody else can.”