One of the photographers I follow is Erik Witsoe. I see his work when I scroll through my Flickr feed, and I really like his style. His “Time Pieces” photograph caught my attention this morning: Here are two more that I pulled from his Flickr feed: You can also follow his blog for stories behind […]
Flickr’s OpenStreetMap integration is a bit screwy. It took photos that I geolocated in Modi’in and geotagged them in Ramallah. Totally different city.
It’s time to either renew or cancel my Flickr Pro subscription. I have my doubts about whether it is worth spending the $50 to renew so I thought I’d explore my options in this post.
Family photos are immensely important to me. They are our memories and I make a point of capturing as much as I can and storing them for future generations.
The Flickr blog has a blog post linking to a gallery of photos that capture people in motion using different styles, which I really like: Capturing movement in our photos can be challenging, but it’s a great way to convey emotions. Here is a selection of some wonderful shots that capture motion in creative ways. To see […]
I love these landscapes from my Flickr Explore feed. One of the things I like about landscapes is that they are partly about changing your perspective: Wide Open Spaces by Tracey Rennie Further From by John Westrock Porto by Brendan Ō Sé
As many predicted, Google relaunched its photos service as the standalone Google Photos just days after I told you why you should use Flickr as your primary photo storage and sharing service. Google Photos is a pretty good service but it still doesn’t beat Flickr where it counts, at least not for me. Keep reading […]
I love virtually everything about this photo of bicycle handlebars titled “Kalverstraat” by Lucas (): I really like using a shallow depth of field in many of my photos. My favourite lens is my f1.8 50mm lens although I am still learning how to capture as much detail as I need at those lower f-stops […]