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Name one of your Flickr contacts...

Discussion in 'Web Sites of Interest' started by john_g, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. john_g

    john_g Well-Known Member

    Following the thread that discussed the likelihood of finding great images on Flickr, name one of your Flickr contacts whose work you'd like others to enjoy.

    I'll start off with the wonderfully existential and surreal Sarah Sitkin.
  2. chromatin

    chromatin Well-Known Member

    That one of her drowning on the first page is superbly disturbing.

    I ain't got no contacts (yet) so can't play :(
  3. Donkey

    Donkey Well-Known Member

    I can play cause i'm lucky enough to have a contact and a rather good Wildlife Photographer at that ;)

    ...............One Ten's Flickr...............
  4. chromatin

    chromatin Well-Known Member

    I can play too now. But you have to click on OneTen's link in Donkey's post :cool:
  5. lisadb

    lisadb Well-Known Member

    I'm collecting quite a few contacts who all take great pics of very different things.

    I like Steve Boote's images as he's based in my current favorite place - Northumberland. Also, he's got the enthusiasm to get up very early to take sunrise shots which have fantastic colours.

    web page Steve's flickr site

    :) Lisa.
  6. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    Sorry if it breaks the 'rules' but here are two.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/snapperz/ - some of the finest UK nature images (well to be honest all of it is good, not just the nature), and possibly the best macro insects I've ever seen.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gullevek/ - a 'foreigner' in Japan, but with an eye very much like a local. Definitely many layers to this guy's work.
  7. Wheelu

    Wheelu Well-Known Member

    Ernie's beautiful B&W landscapes around Derbyshire are well worth a few minutes of anyone's time. No melodramatics or excessive use of Photoshop, just great technique and an artist's eye for a pleasing composition. I also appreciate his comments, rarely one liners, he takes the trouble to explain why he likes the shots, and gives new insights into why an image is successful.
  8. Panda_

    Panda_ Well-Known Member

  9. Dave_Cox

    Dave_Cox Well-Known Member

    Not 'flikr', but DeviantArt contacts who's work I believe should be seen by a wider audience:


  10. John_Baker

    John_Baker Well-Known Member

  11. Matt_Hunt

    Matt_Hunt Well-Known Member

    A South African, Brent, I really like the pictures he takes up in the mountains and some of his portraits.

  12. OneTen

    OneTen 'Two Breakfasts'

    Thanks for the mentions above. (I'm your only contact) :eek:

    One of my contacts is g r e e n g a g e. I love his landscape work.

    Another is Cinnamon. She's rather famous on Flickr and I like her lifestyle portraits.

    Neither of these have me as a contact. :D
  13. PhilW

    PhilW Well-Known Member

    My mate Jay Mawson

    His recent stuff is mostly model portfolio stuff, but if that doesn't grab you have a look at some of his other stuff in "Sets"
  14. daft_biker

    daft_biker Action Man!


    **Warning, link may contain pics of cute baby owls** :)
  15. bench_ubbster

    bench_ubbster Well-Known Member

    Snapperz one of my faves too. He's also quite local to me and offers many valuable tips.

    Another fave is Sir Cam with local scenes/reportage, many of which I don't get to see (eg interesting places in the university not open to the public).
  16. chromatin

    chromatin Well-Known Member

    If you like shots of London (or even if you don't), have a look at

    Simon Crubellier
  17. Matt_Golowczynski

    Matt_Golowczynski Well-Known Member

  18. datawise

    datawise Well-Known Member

    Strobist - he has a blog too - all to do with flash photography.
  19. Mojo_66

    Mojo_66 Well-Known Member

  20. Panda_

    Panda_ Well-Known Member

    Christian Davies has some fantastic seascapes!!

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