Tuesday, July 15, 2008

FireFlickr - Where Firefox meets Flickr

This is wild, I do agree that Flickr is perhaps one of the best sites out there to share, post, and learn about photography, but getting around it and actually 'getting in it' can be a tad hard, especially for new people. One thing I always hear from people on other photography sites such as deviantArt is that always find artwork being 'ripped' (stolen and posted) on Flickr. My take---if it's posted, someone's probably already grabbed it, sadly. However with a community that is the largest on the net for photography, it stands to reason that it is also one of the best places to get your work scene, too....look what is happening with Getty Images and Flickr, if that doesn't speak volumes, I don't know what does.

So I happened upon this in the "flickr hacks" group I am in. No questions, Firefox 3 has made some innovation, bringing us now a second browser that can read color profiles (finally!) but...this side shoot spin off of FF3 is unique, it is a flickr based FF3 browser! Still being beta tested, this could really be something unique for Flickr users and the photography community as a whole.

Check it out!

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