There are many photography social networks to participate in. Here is a short review of the five I have participated in the most.

Statistics show Flickr is experiencing a downward spiral in traffic. Given Yahoo! has put the network up for sale, Flickr may be beyond saving at this point.

Learn more about the the Living through the Lens weekly challenge on Flickr.

The new Flickr launched to much fanfare, but the PR celebration didn’t cover issues with the new interface.

I hit two million views on Flickr this weekend. Here are a few reasons why.

This October sunrise photo was explored yesterday on Flickr, receiving scores of favorites and quite a few comments. It was taken on the Potomac River.

This Potomac River sunrise was featured yesterday on Flickr’s daily Explore series. For those unfamiliar with HDR, it features three shots (+/-) at different apertures fused together. The image is conveniently framed on three sides by nature, and features a blazing hot red July sun.

My photo blog on Flickr surpassed one million total views. Thank you for making it happen!

What would you say if I told you that my photo blog on Flickr gets as much traffic in a week as my regular blog does in a whole month?

In the past two weeks, Getty Images made its images available for free on a limited use basis to anyone on the Internet. The move represents a measured gesture to capture some of that social photo and content marketplace. But it’s not enough.

A collection of fourteen love photos found on Flickr.

Image by tres.jolie How’s your Instagram account treating you now? Feel better now that Instagram restored some of its original terms of service, and recommitted to observing permission marketing norms with photos? It seems like every four or five months we experience some outrageous Internet drama where tech and marketing bloggers declare the death of a brand. Instagram, Chick-fil-a, Netflix, […]