Flickr can provide lots of inspiration for photographers at all levels. With thousands of images being uploaded daily, staff curators have much to work with. One of the many ways in which you can see the work of others is via Trending that's located under Explore in the top nav bar. Learn more about this feature in this video.
- [Voiceover] Another terrific area…and a bit newer to Flickr is called trending.…And it is under Explore right here.…And here's Trending.…We're in Trending right now.…And these are based on tags,…and you can see that you can look…at a bunch of images with a particular tag.…So if you have an area of interest,…then this is kind of a neat way to go also.…I like it a lot.…And, as I said, it's somewhat new to Flickr.…
And it's pretty fun.…So, if you're really interested, let's say,…in urban and street,…then click on the "street" tag.…And there you go.…You have some really neat stuff.…I love it.…
- Why use Flickr?
- Using Photostream vs. Camera Roll to view Flickr images
- Setting up and customizing a Flickr account
- Uploading photos and videos from various sources
- Viewing larger photos and slideshows
- Editing and tagging photos
- Participating in the Flickr community through comments, contacts, groups, and more
- Exploring Flickr's vast ocean of images
- Enhancing photos with the adjustment tools
- Watermarking photos
- Uploading video
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Flickr
2. Create and Customize Your Account
3. Upload Photos and Videos
4. View Photos
5. Work with Photos
6. More Photostream Fun
7. Community and Social Networks
8. Flickr Explore
9. Edit and Enhance Photos
10. Tips and Advanced Techniques
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