With over 600 photos submitted and almost 350 people watching live, Flickr and Fujifilm’s first virtual photo critique event on July 8 was a great success! If you missed the critique, no worries—you can still find it here.
The deadline for submitting photos to the Flickr x Fujifilm “Shine a Light” photo contest is July 23. Now is your chance to win one of three Fujifilm cameras.
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.
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.
Phil was member 11,146 of Flickr which gives him the perfect perspective to reflect on all the good (and bad) that he and Flickr have enjoyed and endured together.
We’re thrilled to bring every photographer on Flickr a new professional-quality printing experience. Whether you’re a passionate beginner or a seasoned Pro, you can now order prints from the best pro labs around the world.
We recently met with Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons, to talk about common goals, reflect on the history of our communities, and discuss future challenges and opportunities.
We’re happy to announce that we’re bringing advanced stats for our Flickr Pros to our mobile apps.
We’re now accepting submissions (through January 7, 2019). This year, five awesome winners chosen by Flickr staff, will receive a Peak Design bag and a SmugMug Pro subscription.
We’ve been fighting spam for some time now. And thanks to our recent acquisition by SmugMug, we have new resources that are helping us take stronger action and make significant progress on this front.
Read on to learn about the work we’re doing to stabilize uploads and speed up delivery of your best Flickr photos.