I draw from numerous sources for blog graphics. Some of the sources are screenshots or comic covers; a few are photos I’ve actually taken myself. However, most of the photos on
My collection of blog posts about setting up and running a blog.
I’ve written before about proper image attribution for Flickr’s Creative Commons photos. However, I thought my post deserved an updated post, and more obviously aimed at all such images
Flickr announced on Thursday that it’s making changes to its service. (Flickr was bought by SmugMug back in April.) It’s dropping its free 1TB tier, which was added back
A list of some sources of free LGBTQ-friendly stock photos.
Last Friday came news that photo hosting service SmugMug has bought Flickr. There’s no word (as of this writing) on how much SmugMug paid. The new owners don’t have
I’ve previously written about how photography’s shifted over the years. In 2003, digital cameras first outsold film cameras, with the latter soon dying out. Recently, I wrote about how
I’ve written before about free, Creative Commons-sourced photos before. However, some want to know where to find stock photos that prominently feature people of color. Discussions I’ve seen on
As part of good blogging practices, I include a featured image with each post. When possible, I usually use Creative Commons licensed photos. But where do I get such images from? There’
Over the years, there’s been various image file formats that’ve come and gone, or are tied to particular programs. However, three formats have become dominant: JPEG (or JPG), PNG,