Sandra’s photographs of grain elevators in the Canadian Prairies portray the history of rural Canada in a whole new light.
Matthew Hampshire focuses on abandoned architecture photography. From barren seasides and deserted homes to plane wrecks and chapels that have forgotten to be cherished, Matthew captures what it would be like to live in an empty world.
Hayden Korr is a yearbook photographer turned photojournalist. As a student survivor at one of the most horrific school shootings in history, she has turned her grief into inspirational political art.
Her 365-day challenge began six weeks after the passing of her boyfriend, Tim, who was devastatingly taken after battling melanoma.
Brian categorizes his work in the following genres of choice, including fine art, street photography, cityscape and documentary. His diverse representation in photography could be […]
Vagelis is a landscape and portrait photographer based in Attica, Greece. His beloved traveling companion Bobo is also based in Attica. Together, they capture the lively soul of this region in a breathtakingly unique perspective.
Hennie van Heerden commonly seeks adventure in South Africa while building a mass nature reserve on her home in Holland! Read about her death defying experiences, collaboration with Canon Japan, pro-photography tips and how Flickr impacted her journey.
Elizabeth Sallee Bauer was a chef turned family photographer. While succeeding with her goal of capturing her kids’ personalities, she also managed to gain a hefty amount of Flickr followers along the way! Find out why in our latest feature story!
As a dedication to victims of universal queer hate crimes, Woodcox uses his photographs as a solidarity stance to symbolize his belief in love and […]
Some people scream, some people squirm, some people are like John Hallmén and run right up close to take a photograph. Interested in invertebrates? Check out Hallmén’s photographs.
Kirsty Mitchell is the author of the best selling photographic Wonderland book. Inspired by the tragic loss of her mother, Kirsty’s fantasy photos encompass the meaning and emotion behind each story her mother read to her as a child.
What can you give to a man who gives his everything to everyone else? A Flickr feature is just the beginning. In an intimate interview with Flickr, Lee Jeffries reveals a few photographic secrets, his striking motivation behind his exceptional portrait work, and his most recent project that will have you raiding your house for tissue boxes – guaranteed.