Today SmugMug, the leading photo management and sharing platform, announced the acquisition of Flickr, the online photo management and sharing application. This acquisition will create the most influential photography community in the world. For 15 years SmugMug has focused on helping the photographer and supporting their craft, with a business model that doesn’t use advertising […]
I take Google’s latest cloud photo storage service for a spin.
According to Flickr, that is.
Prints for user art and licensed artists will be limited.
And drew inspiration about user interactions from them.
And building online communities along the way.
The once-stagnant photo service takes a step back from digital to the analog, printed world.
“Flickr should not be anything else. Flickr Is Flickr.”
With iOS 7, increased social integration and processing time should make avid social users happy.
Flickr’s newly huge — in just about every sense of the word — makeover is sure to wow, at least as soon as confused users can figure out what’s going on.
Get ready to comb through that epic Flickr photo collection…
An Instagram Terms of Service update alarms its users, opening an opportunity for Yahoo to lead disgruntled Instagrammers to Flickr’s greener pastures.
When I look at those little low-quality, brown-shifted boxes, they look so much more boring than the wild visions in my mind.