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.
Photographers all over the world are still creating and capturing amazing shots. And, even though we are respecting the requested rules in place to keep […]
Flickr Galleries help you curate your favorite public photos and videos from other Flickr members into a virtual showcase. Unlike Faves, Galleries can be organized around a theme, an idea, a visual style, and pretty much any other way you can think of.
For Angelina, nature became a refuge, the perfect place to grow a garden and brush up on some old passions like painting. Her love for […]
There have been so many stories coming out lately around what you can do to keep yourself active, engaged, and feeling like you’re part of a community and at Flickr, there’s no exception.
We’ve begun rolling out a number of tools that should make it easier and more intuitive to admin your Flickr group.
We’ve rebuilt Flickr Explore from the ground up and we are excited to share and test improvements with the community.
We recently had the pleasure of meeting up with Silvia Grav in Los Angeles for a special filming of a new Flickr Feature about her […]
Michigan-based photographer and Olympus Brand Ambassador Jamie MacDonald is a Flickr Pro member and an avid user of the Pixsy service. In this interview, he told us about how difficult it can be to keep track of who is using his photos, and how Flickr and Pixsy make it easy to ensure his copyright is being respected.