May 7 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Winter Webinar Special.

March 5 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Fall Webinar Special.

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November 20 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Fall Webinar Special.

September 18 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT.

New Webinar! Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites. Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Summer Webinar Special.

August 13 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Spring Webinar Special.

November 20 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also discussed are low-cost or free photo-editing tools that allow nonprofits to create images that not only work well on Pinterest, but also on other social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT.

nfp 2.0 » Camera Rwanda: Storytelling using Flickr

Rebooting Charity

Mecca Ibrahim : I think Flickr is and always has been perfect for bringing communities together. whitewater widgets yak shack November 1st, 2006 Camera Rwanda: Storytelling using Flickr Kresta King Cutcher has been posting images to the Flickr photo-sharing community since September 2005.

Museums and Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This photograph is part of The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr. " So, I thought I'd use a screen capture of the photo inside flickr instead, but wasn't sure whether I could. Here's the description of how they used flickr for the exhibition.

7 Fantastic Free or Low Cost Sources To Get Images for Your Content Strategy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Image by Sam Howzit. Images, visuals, videos, and infographics are being staples of nonprofit’s content strategy, especially for social channels. It isn’t a good idea to just grab an image from Internet, tweak it, and call it your own.

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How Nonprofits Can Get the Most Out of Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Fan Art on a Typewrtr by CoCreator. I am a member of the Flickr Fan Art Group. So, it was actually fun to write this TechSoup article " How Nonprofits Can Get The Most Out of Flickr." So, if this is Flickr 101, what is Flickr 201?

Amy Gahran's Advice for Finding Free To Use Flickr Photos

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If the photo is of, say, a TV screen showing a newscast or a newspaper page showing a staff photo, then you still might be liable for copyright violation despite the terms of the CC license listed on Flickr or elsewhere. Does the Flickr user really have rights to the image? Unfortunately, many Flickr users post to their accounts images that they did not take and don't have permission to use. Is the image genuine?

An Interview with Susan Citro and Evan Parker about Nature Conservancy's Flickr Group

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Nature Conservancy has used Flickr Group to host a photo contest on its Web site. Here's an interview with Nature Conservancy staff members Evan Parker and Susan Citro about how the organization is using Flickr. Why did your decide to set up a group on Flickr? We have long known that our members were passionate about photography, and one of their strongest ties to the organization was through the photography that we use on our web site and in our publications.

We are all photographers now

Rebooting Charity

The three images I uploaded to the “All photographers now&# exhibit were showcased in the Musée de l’Elysée galleries in Lausanne, Switzerland recently. Well, I received an email informing me that my images were exhibited. First post in a while for a number of reasons.

DAM Pictures « Digital Diner

Gavin's Digital Diner

We are looking for something that makes cataloguing, indexing, storage and retrieval of images relatively easy and efficient.&# Let’s look at Flickr, for example. However Flickr — multi-user from the get-go — still suffers the faults of a consumer product.

Digital Diner

Gavin's Digital Diner

Digital Diner Gavin Clabaugh's irregular blog on irregular things. Comments Posts Home Some Stuff About Me Contents & Site Map Disclaimer Lifestream Kissing the Frog Kermit’s a liar. You can’t trust a frog (and any princess worth her salt could tell you that).

Digital Diner

Gavin's Digital Diner

Digital Diner Gavin Clabaugh's irregular blog on irregular things. Comments Posts Home Some Stuff About Me Contents & Site Map Disclaimer Lifestream Kissing the Frog Kermit’s a liar. You can’t trust a frog (and any princess worth her salt could tell you that).

Museum Photo Policies Should Be as Open as Possible

Museum 2.0

While the majority of experience-based museums like children's and science museums have unrestricted noncommercial photography policies, many collections-based art and history museums continue to maintain highly restrictive photo policies.

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Social Media for Social Good :: Your Nonprofit Tech Checklist

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Get the necessary training (HTML, digital photography, video, social media, and mobile technology). Design a custom banner, sidebar column image, and video page banner, if applicable. 4) Flickr. Create a Flickr account. Upgrade to Flickr Pro. Set up Flickr Profile. Create five text-to-give images. Upload text-to-give images to Facebook and TwitPic. Take photos of your text-to-give images with your smartphone for mobile social networking.

Steal these 42 Creative Pinterest Ideas for Nonprofits

Frogloop

Pinterest is a new(ish) and growing a image based social network and the newest darling of social media marketers. If you're an animal shelter or animal rights organization: Credit to Flickr user: Dennis from Atlanta 1. Credit to Flickr user: Aberdeen Proving Ground 10.

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Is Wikipedia Loves Art Getting "Better"?

Museum 2.0

The museums developed careful rules about what could and couldn't be shot, and how participants could upload their images to Flickr for use by the project. Image verification was a Herculean effort. It's rare that a participatory museum project is more than a one-shot affair.

22 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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How Many Hours Per Week Should Your Nonprofit Invest in Social Media?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Flickr and Digital Photography: 5 Hours Weekly. Actually uploading photos to Flickr doesn’t require much time, but shooting digital photos, editing them, and then properly adding them to Flickr sets and collections with tags and titles can become time-consuming.

33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Nature Conservancy Instagram Contest and Other Examples

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The post summarized why it may be important, best practices, and a few nonprofit examples. One of my blog readers, Sarah Mowry, Outreach Director for the Deschutes Land Trust pointed me to Nature Conservancy’s Instagram contest , an image scavenger hunt.

What I Learned In London at the Future of Social Conference

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

She also talked about “Instameets” where people who have Instagram accounts meet up and take a photo walk and post photos. The pairing of meetups, photography, and social platforms is not a new idea. Flickr users started that tradition ten years ago.

Interview with Brooklyn Museum's Shelley Bernstein

Museum 2.0

We started slowly with the MySpace page , and we started in earnest with Flickr. We did this graffiti interactive via Flickr. The Flickr site became this vital thing to get that information about the changes back out to them. We learned a lot about graffiti from Flickr.

My NTC Session Planning Wikis.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A recording of your , the image on your screen, and some additional elements, screencasts are perfect for explaining how-to's for your applications and other specific, tactical uses. 3 Flickr for Nonprofits Affinity Group Meeting.

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50 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. This website allows users to build visually appealing interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media, and timestamps. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and others are coming soon!

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70 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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85 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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100 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Arts 2.0: Examples of Arts Organizations Social Media Strategies

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I was particularly interested in examples using blogs, Twitter, Flickr, Youtube, and Facebook. They're now running a compelling experiment in crowd-sourced exhibition creation and curation via the photography exhibition Click. The Museum solicited photographs from artists via an open call on their website, Facebook group, Flickr groups, and outreach to Brooklyn-based arts organizations. Flickr. The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr.

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The Participatory Museum Process Part 1: Overview and Statistics

Museum 2.0

Image and content research. In a fairly traditional process, I asked professional colleagues to help me source images and examples that should be included in the book. I also cold-contacted people on Flickr with image reproduction requests, 100% of which were granted.

Brooklyn Clicks with the Crowd: What Makes a Smart Mob?

Museum 2.0

They're now running a compelling experiment in crowd-sourced exhibition creation and curation via the photography exhibition Click. The view counts, comments, favorites, most e-mailed, and leader boards of sites we all love (Flickr, Digg, StumbleUpon, NetFlix, The New York Times, etc.)

60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles. This website allows users to build visually appealing interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media, and timestamps. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and others are coming soon!

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10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Extension programs use wikis, flickr, blogs, tagging, and other tools to share information and content. A blog with the comments feature enabled allows or sharing photos in flickrs allows Extension program participants to discuss plans and programs. From Flickr User EJK.

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Nonprofit Technology News for April 2014 - The Green Issue

Tech Soup Blog

The problem requires pretty much all of us to change our passwords on Google (including Gmail and YouTube), Tumblr, Yahoo, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Intuit, Dropbox, Netflix and Flickr. Image credits. Heartbleed image courtesy of Wikimedia.

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