Stare directly at the solar eclipse images captured live on Flickr. More pictures in the group pool Solar Eclipse – March 2015.
3/20 is the International Day of Happiness established by UN. We, together with all other organizations, invite you to do anything to improve the well-being and happiness of human beings, including take your best photo for the theme #Happiness, to celebrate it.
#BeKindRewind was the #FlickrFriday theme last week, and we’ve received so many great photos for this somewhat vague but interesting theme. You showed us a great variety of imagination on the theme, from actual old things to some symbolic nostalgia feeling.
Today, we are releasing a browser extension called Flickr Tab that uses our unique algorithm to deliver the most interesting Flickr photos to your tabs in Chrome.
Yesterday we announced he #TwitterTuesday theme #Phone, and got many great submissions. We saw all sort of creativity from your photos, from how people rely on the phone, to the connections of people by phone. Yes, we love phones, and your photos too.
As a photographer specializing in photographing people and their pets, Norah Levine has met many people who have a deep connection to their animals. But once she began photographing the homeless and their pets, she realized how much of a lifeline animals can truly be.
Thanks to the invention of it. Almost everybody has one, and using it doing almost everything, from chat to each other to things far more beyond. Virtually no one could live without it in the modern world. It is #Phone, the theme for this week’s #TwitterTuesday.
The theme for last week’s #FlickrFriday was: #BackToTheFuture.
Let’s remember the past and rewind our memory this Flickr Friday!
The prescription is simple, “Post photos of fences on Fridays.” HFF!
John Wilhelm features intricate compositions of wacky scenarios in his photos — everything from riding on the back of a rabbit through the snow to battling an octopus during bath time.
“If you’re so worried about the final image, you’re not going to get it. If you’re in the moment, for the sake of being in the moment, you’re going to get the image you really want.” Read more about Jarrod Renaud in today’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal interview.