7 Creative Flickr Photo Groups to Keep You Inspired


Nowadays, it seems like every device has a camera attached to it–phones, tablets, computers. Photography is an art that many people have adopted, whether they are professionals, beginners, or just recreational shutterbugs. Besides taking photos, a common activity amongst photo enthusiasts is sharing one’s portfolio and taking a look at your peers’ work to spark innovation. Where does one go to draw truly creative inspiration? Flickr happens to be an excellent source for photographers to convene and grow their artistry together. Today, we bring you 7 Creative Flickr Photo Groups to Keep You Inspired.

Photo credit: Leonid Tishkov and Boris Bendikov



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