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Description

Flickr is the best way to store, sort, search and share your photos online. Flickr helps you organize that huge mass of photos you have and offers a way for you and your friends and family to tell stories about them.

The best way to learn about Flickr is to upload some photos, explore the site, join some groups and make some friends. You can find more info about Flickr in the Magical Feature Tour.

Will Flickr always be free?

Yes, there will always be a free version of Flickr. It will be limited in some ways, and you get more with a paid subscription, but it's still fun!

You can always upgrade to a Flickr Pro account, for just $24.95 per year (or less for a 2 year subscription). You can also buy a Pro account for a friend if you feel generous.

I'd like to use a photo I found on Flickr. How do I do that?

Our members share an incredible amount of amazing work on Flickr. If there is an image you'd like to use, look for the "Request to license" link near the license on the photo page. We've partnered with Getty Images who will review the image, determine if it's a good fit for licensing through them, and work out all the details if so.

Not all members have this enabled. If you don't see it you can also contact the member directly. As a member of Flickr, you can move your mouse over someone's buddy icon and click the little arrow to open the "person menu." Then select "Send FlickrMail" and compose your message. When you contact a photographer, it's best to include as much info as possible about the photo, yourself, and how you want to use the photo.

Pricing

Plan
Price
Details
Flickr
Free
Upload 2 videos and 300MB worth of photos each calendar month.
Pro
$24.95/yr
Unlimited uploads and storage, unlimited sets and collections, access to your original files, stats on your account, ad-free browsing and sharing, and HD video uploads & playback.

Reviews

Sunny South
Verified Educator Badge

at Cranbrook Junior School

Saturday, April 21, 2012

A space to collect and share images with colleagues, students and the world. Look for Creative Commons images to give your presentation some zing or share your own photographic work.

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