Flickr’s free account limits have changed. Read on for everything you need to know, including important dates and next steps.
Updates to comment mentions on galleries, our help center, and some important fixes for group admins and the activity feed.
Shannon Bileski is a photographer and storm chaser of extreme weather and the aurora. Her photo, “Electric Storm over rural Saskatchewan Reedited,” was the winning photo for the nature category in Your Best Shot 2021.
Our commitment to creating safe spaces for all kinds of photography comes with a responsibility to protect our most vulnerable populations. Here’s how we’re fighting Child Sexual Abuse Material on Flickr.
Content note: This article contains mentions of child sexual abuse.
Food photographer Mica McCook explains how constructive feedback and sharing the behind the scenes details of her photography drives her work.
Fine art photographer Ting Ting Chen shares the story behind “The Duke,” a portrait of her best friend, Robert, that took home the prize for the People category in Your Best Shot 2021.
This month’s Explore takeover will highlight the work of women photographers on Flickr. Here’s how you can participate.
In February 2022, we made updates to our mobile apps, shipped #MyFlickrYear, and more.
Photographer Grace Peguese goes in depth about the story and inspiration behind her photo submitted to the Black Women Photographers x Flickr x SmugMug 2021 Photography Grant.
Meet the photographers that will be part of this month’s Explore takeover and join us in appreciating them and their work year round.
To continue the work of making our spaces safer and more accessible to all, we have added a code of conduct to our most trafficked open source repositories on GitHub in celebration of Safer Internet Day!
Here’s what the Flickr team worked on in January 2022: updates to faves, a new Flickr Pro Perk, and more.