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Today we’re populating Flickr’s Explore page with a curated selection of photos of the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight for equality.
Photographs tell stories. When shared, those photographs can alter the course of history in ways almost unimaginable. Every major social and political movement for more […]
We’re proud to be stewards of a community that recognizes the importance of documenting the Black Lives Matter movement. We also want to acknowledge the […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has reached most cities across the globe and over the past few weeks, we’ve seen more and more Flickr members sharing photos […]
Liz Hall is Flickr’s talented and passionate Principal Designer. Over the last four years, her work has been focused on understanding and improving the Flickr […]
The peace and tranquility of the forests are just a few of the qualities that draw dual-careered photographer, Sapna Reddy. As a radiologist, she studies […]
We know that photography brings people together on Flickr and it’s always a delightful surprise to hear about long-lasting friendships and relationships that start here. Such is the story of Els and Gregory, two photographers with a penchant for self-portraiture and lifestyle photography.
Starting today we’re rolling out an update to use map imagery provided by the wonderful folks at Mapbox.
After sharing this list of ten recommended Flickr groups, we received an outpouring of feedback from group administrators. Based on this feedback, we decided to go for a second round! This time we bring you six more groups that are equally inspiring, engaged, and worthy of a follow.
The admins and moderators of the Utata Group have put out a call for submissions of “at home” pictures as part of their Big Project 2020—a fun photo initiative based around six different aspects of the COVID-19 lockdown.
In his current position as a Product Manager, Matthew is focused on improving the Flickr user experience and making engagement its central pillar.