Roughly 1998, cobbled-together PC and Mac Performa While drinking my coffee this morning, I decided to take a look at Flickr. I’m pretty sure I’ve ranted about my love/hate relationship with Flickr over the years, so I won’t rehash it now. I was looking at stats, and this image is my second all-time most popular... Continue Reading →
Flickr Back in 2005, I signed up for an account on Flickr. I wanted to be able to share albums of photos with friends and family, and Flickr did that incredibly well. Eventually, I started making photos public, and discovered the Flickr community. I’ve had exactly one photo make it to Explore, and that was... Continue Reading →
Portfolios are important in many different professions. Whether you’re a photographer, designer, stylist, make up artist, or model, at some point you’re going to want to display your work so others can decide if you’re the right fit for their project. A couple times a year, I spend time at Paul Mitchell the School Portland talking to students about how Evernote can help them build their portfolios, and I thought the information might help others get started with their own work. This is just a basic outline—use it as a starting point, and make it work for you.
Auto-upload I’ve posted before about the best ways to get photos from your iPhone to your computer if you don’t use iPhoto or Aperture. Dropbox’s auto-upload feature is still my favorite method of doing that. But what if I want to skip the computer altogether? I use the Flickr app’s auto-upload feature. Honestly, I can’t... Continue Reading →
There's an iOS update for the official Flickr app in the App Store today. I had previously deleted the Flickr app from my phone in favor of FlickStackr because the Flickr app was abysmal. The new version of the Flickr app is pure awesome, though. Even the login screen is beautiful. Once you login, you're... Continue Reading →
Cool upgrades to Flickr. I'm hoping for a redesign of the stream page.
There has been some controversy surrounding the use of Flickr photos on Pinterest. Through this partnership, proper attribution will now be made when pinning from Flickr. Apparently, it's retro-active, as well. So previously pinned photos will receive proper attribution. Personally, I think Pinterest is a great way to gain exposure. It's "word-of-mouth" for the 21st... Continue Reading →
via blog.flickr.net Flickr says it's making some changes in 2012. Hopefully, it will be enough to save them from Yahoo's sinking ship. They're getting rid of some features... Most of which I've never used. One I've never heard of. Are you going to miss any of 'em? There's been talk about Google+ being a better... Continue Reading →