Today we’re beginning a new generation of notifications on Flickr, which will simplify how you engage with other members of the world’s best photo community.
Get inspired by these magnificent recreations of historic photographs from the Flickr Commons.
In the spirit of Black History Month, Awesome, Inc’s staff focused on celebrating the culture, traditions, photography, and stories of the Black community throughout the month of February. Together with our fellow staffers, we curated galleries that celebrate Black culture and traditions, shared our members’ stories and photography, and highlighted the achievements and contributions made to society from people of the African diaspora.
Today, Explore is populated with a curated selection of photos celebrating Black culture, history, and photographers.
Flickr recently introduced a way for you to enjoy photos from Explore directly on your phone’s home screen – the Flickr mobile widget. Supported for both the Flickr app for iOS and Android here’s how you can enjoy the best of Flickr Explore throughout the day right from your home screen.
February is Black History Month—a time to reflect on Black history, culture, and heritage in the US. To celebrate, The Library of Congress has published an album of widely requested photos of Black activists.
This year, in addition to Your Best Shot 2020, we put out a call for you to share the not-so-perfect photos that you captured.
Please join us in congratulating the ten excellent winners of Your Best Shot 2020.
January 16th, 2021 marks the 13th Anniversary of the launch of the Flickr Commons and we want to set you up for a challenge: recreating a historical photograph from the Flickr Commons archives. We’ll be sharing contributions on our social channels and across Flickr.