Starting today, Flickr is happy to support Public Domain and Creative Commons 0 (CC0) works on our site.
Photography had always been a hobby for Kirsty, but after her mother’s cancer diagnosis, the camera became her confidant. She turned it inward on herself, and it became a visual diary where she recorded all the emotions she couldn’t express in words.
Don’t worry be happy! Last week #FlickrFriday was all about happiness for the #InternationalHappinessDay and you shared a lot of happy faces and happy moments. […]
What’s going to happen if you press that button? We are often tempted to know what’s behind and also to get the result. It could […]
Learn the stories behind some of the most iconic Flickr Commons images, including what Elvis asked U.S. President Richard Nixon to give him on this visit to The White House.
This week we’re proud to feature an interview from The Photographic Journal with Alexandra Benetel, one of the winners of the inaugural Flickr 20under20.
Today we’re happy to welcome VCU Libraries, our 100th institution, to the Flickr Commons! The Commons helps institutions share their out-of-copyright images with the world and to empower the Flickr community and the general public to engage with the images by adding tags and comments.
We’re very excited to welcome the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Libraries to the Flickr Commons. VCU — the hub of Richmond, the capital of the […]
Yum! You lived life to the fullest for this #TwitterTuesday! Your contributions were not only about good food but were also an expression of your […]
21-year-old fine art and fashion photographer Morey Spellman set out last summer to interview conceptual artists he met on Flickr. In May, he plans to release “The Fine Art of Photography,” a book featuring twenty five interviews, including this excerpt with Amelia Fletcher.
Yum! Delicious, tasty, hungry. Honor your hunger… Yum!! Scan your archives, make your choice and tweet it to @Flickr, adding #TwitterTuesday #Yum. We’ll showcase the […]
SpaceX has recently started a Flickr account and uploaded a number of amazing photos, which they’ve licensed freely for use by the public and the news media.