The Weekly Flickr
Modern Day Salvador Dalí
In this edition of The Weekly Flickr, we profile a photographer who takes candid shots, transforming them into thought provoking and imaginative photos.
Photographer’s Intimate Portraits of Strangers
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile fine art photographer Richard Renaldi. Richard is the fine art photographer behind “Touching Strangers,” the wildly popular photo series that explores human connection through intimate portraits of people who have never met. Richard's photos explore the notion that anyone can become family, a lover, or a friend.
Photos Capture World Cup Balls' Amazing Journey
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile photojournalist Sara Farid. Sara captured the production of this year's official World Cup soccer ball in a small factory in Pakistan. Her photos highlight why, for those who worked in the factory, it was much more than just a job.
Photographer Transforms People into Sheep
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile photographer Davide Luciano. Davide created a surreal and whimsical world of sheep people who are desperate for uniqueness and originality, but ultimately succumb to “following the herd”. Davide tries to achieve a balance of humor while highlighting the flaws of society.
College Freshman Photographer Captures Beyoncé’s Eye
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile young photographer, Susannah Benjamin. This Flickr phenom was inspired to use her camera to tackle issues she saw her classmates struggling with, such as: bullying, body image and peer pressure. Susannah's stunning narrative photography landed her a top agent; when Beyoncé herself saw her work and hired her.
Photos Capture "World's Best Father" in Action
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile Maryland photographer, Dave Engledow. Dave takes family portraits to a whole new level by creating hilariously bad parenting scenarios. His series, "World's Best Father" depicts Dave's heroic journey from clueless new dad to World's Best Father.
‘Mr. Fly’ Photos Make Flies Seem Adorable — Really
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile Belgian photographer, Nicholas Hendrickx. Nicholas created a photo series called "The Adventures of Mr. Fly", based on a tiny bug he found in his garden. After making hilarious props and elaborate sets for Mr. Fly, his creative photos generated a lot of buzz online - earning hundreds of thousands of views.
Photographer's Painfully Funny Self-portraits a Hit with Viewers
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile young photographer Kaija Straumanis from Rochester, NY. Kaija created a series of self-portraits - showing her being hit in the face with random objects. This hilarious series earned nearly 3 million hits on her Flickr page, instantly making them a viral sensation.
Photography Helps Teen Heal After Near-Death Experiences
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile 17 year-old photographer, Austen Sorensen. At a young age, Austen survived several near-death experiences, leaving him fearful of the water. However it was his love of photography and an unexpected support system that set him out on a life-changing path of healing.
The Photo That Made a Man Give Up HIs Lucrative Career
In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile photographer Adam Hague from Brunei. Adam credits his conceptual portraiture in helping him get through a dark period in his life; when he was forced to choose between his personal happiness and professional success. Adam poured his heart and soul into his photography which he claims ultimately saved his life.