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I received an interesting email yesterday. Flickr gave me a heads up that they would be offering a new upgraded “pro” service. The email reads: “Tomorrow, 7/23, Flickr will be announcing news specifically for pro photographers.” I seem to remember Yahoo’s CEO (Yahoo owns Flickr) saying there was no need for “professional” photographers anymore. Well […]

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Back in December of last year I wrote a post praising Flickr mostly because they had a new mobile app that I really liked. Fast forward six months and WOW. What a screwed up mess. Two days ago Flickr made even more changes. Most of the photographers I polled on Twitter weren’t happy about them […]

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In case you tend to ignore these things, the iPhone camera is the most used camera in the world. ┬áThe new commercial from Apple shows many ways that taking photos has become an everyday experience for most people. Sure that’s like saying that a Quarter Pounder with cheese is the best burger on the planet… […]

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I’m starting a new feature here at Photofocus – it’s called Flickr Finds. I don’t have tons of free time, but when I do have a chance I scour Flickr looking for emerging photographers who have work I admire. My first selection for this new feature is an amazing young photographer named Makena Gadient from […]

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If you are a member of our free Photofocus group on Flickr, or if you would like to join, there’s a new reason to post your images for all to see. We’re running a Spring Photo Contest. On May 1, 2010, we’re going to select one of the images on our site and award the […]

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I’ve been looking into how my photos are viewed on Flickr. I don’t know if there’s anything to be learned from this, but it’s fun. I’m not very active on Flickr, but do occasionally enjoy posting an image there. Flickr keeps amazing stats on your photos like how many times they were viewed or “interestingness.” […]

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In case you didn’t know it, we have a Flickr group here at Photofocus. It’s sole purpose is to serve as a place where Photofocus audience members can post their favorite photographs. The URL is http://www.flickr.com/groups/photofocus – feel free to join if you would like to have a free place to show off your work. […]

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