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Flickr Levels Up With Nokia’s Sexy Maps & Satellite Images

Flickr announced today that it’s upgrading the maps that support the site’s geotagging feature with the help of Nokia’s very pretty, very detailed maps. The popular photo-sharing site has previously worked with (and will continue to work with) OpenStreetMap in order to fill in the gaps left by commercial maps but Nokia will be the major provider of awesome, updated …

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So Are These Photos of Earth or the TRON Mainframe?

If you guessed Earth, or at least some aspect of Earth, give yourself an extra latte today. These photos were taken from the International Space Station using an extended exposure (although up in space like that, who knows exactly how extended the exposure would need to be) in order to capture the intersecting light trails of both the stars and …

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Pinterest Rolls Out Attribution For Flickr

Photo-and-idea sharing site Pinterest has been battling its way through copyright complaints practically since it was formed, even going head-to-head with image giant Getty over the way their images are being used and distributed throughout the site. Now, they’re rolling out a way to make attribution and tracking easier for both the user and the owner of the copyrighted material. …

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Flickr Groups Gets a New View, Sidebar, and API Methods

Flickr today announced that several features have been added to Flickr Groups including a new view with a sidebar and better API methods. The announcement came on the Flickr Blog, where the company has been announcing quite a few recent changes to its website. The new view for Flickr Groups galleries is “Justified,” which, as seen above, moves all of …

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Flickr Introduces ‘Liquid’ Layout

Photo sharing platform Flickr has been undergoing a redesign, recently launching a new uploader that accommodates larger pictures, in line with the platform’s philosophy of “Large sizes + Low compression = Beautiful Photos.” Now hi-resolution pictures are viewable via Flickr’s main page, according to the site’s blog. Flickr calls this its “liquid” layout, and adjusts photo size according to the …

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Flickr Offers Larger Photo Options, Low Compression

Flickr is still one of the best stops on the Web for beautiful photos. You can view photos in their original massive sizes for the utmost beauty, but you’ll usually want to use a smaller size so that it will fit insider your monitor. Flickr is adding some new sizes for those with big monitors. Two new sizes – 2048 …

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Flickr Introduces Pinterest Attributed Sharing

[UPDATE] Today Pinterest is also rolling out similar attribution for Behance, Vimeo, and YouTube. Check out the Pinterest blog for all of the details. [ORIGINAL] Flickr today announced a new way to share Flickr photos, favorites, groups, and galleries. On the Flickr blog, Kay Kremerskothen, a Flickr community manager, announced that Flickr, having worked closely with Pinterest, will now allow …

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Flickr Updates Uploadr

Image and video hosting site Flikr, currently home to over 7 billion photos, has just updated its uploader interface, aptly called Uploadr. The changes come of the heels of Flickr’s partnership with social networking portal Meetup.com, to better connect its users. Flickr says that the new interface will make it easier and faster to upload content – below is a …

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Flickr’s Android App Enables Batch Loading

The batch loading of photos on Flickr, a popular website for users to share and embed personal photographs, has become possible thanks to their Flickr Android App. If you own an Android phone you can select as many photos from your gallery as you want. Weak signals will not get in the way of downloading on the go because Flickr …

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500px Offers New $20 Premium Plan

Toronto-based image hosting site 500px, which calls itself ‘the best photography site in the world,’ has just unveiled a new level in its pay plans, simply called called ‘Plus.’ At first glance, one might suspect that 500px is to Flickr as Vimeo is to YouTube: it’s a flashier looking platform, catering more exclusively to artists than to the masses. Below …

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Flickr Partners With Aviary For Photo Editing Wizardry

Flickr’s given users some sparkling new tools with how they can edit photos on the site thanks to a new partnership with web-based photo editing service Aviary. Aviary has been around as an app for both iOS and Android devices as well as a web app that features a set of easy-to-use tools that can greatly improve the quality of …

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Flickr Announces New Meetup Site

As reported on their blog today, photo sharing site Flickr has now partnered with Meetup.com in order to bring users from all over the world together. In a bright and shiny new layout, Meetup.com/flickr/ gathers information from any users interested in getting together for photowalks, exhibitions, or just to hang out and talk gadgets and provides easy access to a range …

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