English photographer Tim Gamble has always liked things that are different. His interest in light painting—a form of long exposure photography that creates colorful images by moving a hand-held light source—started seven years ago, when he came across a tiny section dedicated to the art of light drawing in his newly-purchased digital photography book.
Of billions of uploads, these are the Top-25 photos on Flickr in 2018.
We’re pleased to announce the winners of Your Best Shot 2018 and know you’ll be just as impressed as we are.
Today marks the 11th anniversary of The Commons – a project that Flickr began to provide cultural institutions, such as libraries, museums, and historical societies, with a space to share their digital collections with people around the world.
We’re still accepting submissions for a few more days, so send us your celebratory photos (as long they were taken before January 1, 2019).
Your Best Shot 2018 is in full swing: we’ve already received thousands of stunning submissions—photos that made you smile, cry, and grow. Check them out […]
We recently met with Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons, to talk about common goals, reflect on the history of our communities, and discuss future challenges and opportunities.
We’re now accepting submissions (through January 7, 2019). This year, five awesome winners chosen by Flickr staff, will receive a Peak Design bag and a SmugMug Pro subscription.
Five winners will each be gifted a Peak Design bag and a SmugMug Pro account. Starting December 1, we invite you to add your best shot of the year.
It’s time to get those last sketches into the Flickr Inktober Group.
This week our two cover photos on our Flickr social media channels are: ‘La frase que VOS quieras’ by Laurita Church on Twitter & ‘Reading Light’ by Josh Hansen on Facebook.
To understand and appreciate the limits and possibilities of smartphone photography, we interviewed landscape photographer Mariko Klug, who shoots and edits entirely on an iPhone.