March 5 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr , Tumblr , and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Fall Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up !

November 20 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr , Tumblr , and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Fall Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up !

May 7 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Winter Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up !

September 18 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr , Tumblr , and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. 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

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2013. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Spring Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up !

New Webinar! Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with an exploration of Flickr , Tumblr , and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Summer Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up !

November 20 Webinar: Pinterest and Digital Photography for Nonprofit Storytelling

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finally, the webinar closes with a brief exploration of Flickr , Tumblr , and Instagram and discusses how your nonprofit can make your digital photo storytelling mobile. Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 EDT. Cost: $50 or Summer Webinar Special. How to Register: Sign up

Museums and Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" So, I thought I'd use a screen capture of the photo inside flickr instead, but wasn't sure whether I could. I picked up the phone and got a hold of Jim Spadaccini, founder of Ideum, whose blog post I discovered via a discussion thread on flickr and museums on the museum technology list.

Reflections from the TechSoup Flickr Online Event

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A few days ago TechSoup and Flickr sponsored an online event discussion about the use of Flickr and photography in non profit organizations. Michaela Hackner participated and had some great insights. She blogged her reflections into one excellent post! Enjoy! More from the TechSoup blog

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.

Selfies for Good?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo - NYPL Photo Booth. The photos from both are then immediately uploaded to a Flickr , where anyone can scroll through shots of the library’s enthusiastic patronage. Photography Visual

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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?

FLickr Blogher Meetup: Where's the Group Photo?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This kind soul happen to walk by when the flickr blogher meetup birds of a feather session ended and we needed a group photo. And, while I was listening to folks wax rhapsodic, I took photos and practiced some of the points that Heather Champ mentioned during her digital photography workshop yesterday. I know that the photo was taken on this blogher's camera phone. But I can't find her card and I can't find the photo. Can anyone help?

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. In photography, as elsewhere, appearances count.

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

But that’s just the half of it: attached to the email were some installation views of my images in situ , showing them projected on the gallery wall - like the one pictured (and here’s the original photo on Flickr). My Flickr buddy Ed Fladung recently suggested that Yahoo!

No matter where you go, there you are…

Gavin's Digital Diner

He eased me in to the dark world of digital photography. And, at first I was happy, wandering the night streets of Brussels , amazed at the versatility and just down-right fun of modern digital photography. Here is the Flickr set, if you’d like to see the results.

Mobilizing Online Community for Offline Action

Tech Soup Blog

Hayes Valley Farm has one such group that gets together over a shared interest in photography, coming together to use the farm surroundings as a subject in addition to the time already spent volunteering. Volunteers Flickr video OCTribe online community community Flip Video

No matter where you go, there you are…

Gavin's Digital Diner

He eased me in to the dark world of digital photography. And, at first I was happy, wandering the night streets of Brussels , amazed at the versatility and just down-right fun of modern digital photography. It’s the lazy man’s way to avoid dragging photos willy-nilly around on the Flickr map. This little item would save me much embarrassment by automatically adding longitude and latitude to my amateur attempts at photography. I blame Santa.

No matter where you go, there you are…

Gavin's Digital Diner

He eased me in to the dark world of digital photography. And, at first I was happy, wandering the night streets of Brussels , amazed at the versatility and just down-right fun of modern digital photography. It’s the lazy man’s way to avoid dragging photos willy-nilly around on the Flickr map. This little item would save me much embarrassment by automatically adding longitude and latitude to my amateur attempts at photography. I blame Santa.

nfp 2.0 » The trends that will drive charities in 2007!

Rebooting Charity

Mecca Ibrahim : I think Flickr is and always has been perfect for bringing communities together.

Free Webinar for Nonprofits in Asia Pacific! How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media Successfully and Build Their Digital Libraries

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Next, the webinar highlights the need to create a video and digital photography library and demonstrates how to use Windows Live Photo Gallery and Windows Live Movie Maker to create videos and slideshows for YouTube and Flickr.

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How could your organization use Instagram?

SocialFish

It’s only been in existence 8 months – by comparison, Flickr took 2 years to hit that number of photos. I will say I normally suck at photography, but all the fun filters make for insanely great photos: Just another shiny toy?

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. An excellent source of images is to take them yourself with your digital camera or mobile phone camera. If you practice some the basic photography rules , you should be able to DIY some good images for your content strategy.

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Sierra Club's Ray of Hope: Engaging and Inspiring Supporters

Have Fun - Do Good

You can submit your photo for consideration on the Sierra Club's Ray of Hope Flickr group. Sierra Club nature photographySierra Club has a lovely outreach tool that engages their nature-loving, photo-taking supporters while also delivering a much needed product: inspiration. Anyone can subscribe to Ray of Hope , a daily email that includes an inspirational quote with a photograph taken by a Sierra Club supporter.

An Easy Recipe for Making Text Overlay Images

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Photo Source: Mlaraevski on Flickr.

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Free Webinar for Nonprofits in Asia Pacific! How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media Successfully and Build Their Digital Libraries

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Next, the webinar highlights the need to create a video and digital photography library and demonstrates how to use Windows Live Photo Gallery and Windows Live Movie Maker to create videos and slideshows for YouTube and Flickr. Date: Thursday, April 26.

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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.

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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Table of Contents :: Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Chapter 5 YouTube and Flickr. Getting Started with Digital Photography. Introduction to Flickr Accounts. Eleven Flickr Best Practices for Nonprofits. Final Words: YouTube and Flickr Are Not Enough. Title: Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits. Dedication: This book is dedicated to all the nonprofit staff and volunteers worldwide who Tweet, Share, Update, Friend, Like, Check-in, Join, Connect, and Post for Social Good.

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). 4) Flickr. Create a Flickr account. Upgrade to Flickr Pro. Set up Flickr Profile. At the end of the Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits is a nine-page “Nonprofit Tech Checklist” which I have copied and pasted below.

Celebrating 25 Years Today: Some Thoughts About Relationships and Networks

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I marked my 20th anniversary in Flickr and on YouTube with this video (darn the gown doesn’t fit!). After sharing our wedding photo on Flickr in 2009, I received an email from an Esquire Magazine writer asking for permission to use the photo. September 14, 1986.

22 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding.

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And the 2013 Digital Storytelling Challenge Awards Go To.

Tech Soup Blog

Flickr Pro account. Flickr Pro account. View their Flickr set. Flickr Pro. Flickr Pro. View their Flickr set. We all have a story. Here at TechSoup, we're on a mission to empower you to tell yours.

The Future is Flash

Beaconfire Wire

During the NFCAR discovery process, we evaluated 8 well-known content management systems in order to best house and leverage their wealth of adorable animal photography and accompanying snarky, yet educational commentary.

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33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding.

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Steal these 42 Creative Pinterest Ideas for Nonprofits

Frogloop

If you're an animal shelter or animal rights organization: Credit to Flickr user: Dennis from Atlanta 1. If you're a church, synagogue, or other religious organization: Credit to Flickr user: evilpeacock 5. Credit to Flickr user: Aberdeen Proving Ground 10.

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Cheap and Cheerful Audience Analysis for Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Matthew Field. Give them a name, find a photo of them on a stock photography site and flesh out their biographical details.

What Advice Would You Give to Retina Australia To Avoid Jumping into Social Media err blindly?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We have a concept for a national photography competition in conjunction with the Congress ??? ???if I, of course, loved the flickr competition idea and suggested that she consider a modest outcome and learning experiment. Read up on Flickr and look at different examples by nonprofits.

Nature Conservancy Instagram Contest and Other Examples

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The photos, particularly since TNC’s audience are photography enthusiastic, can become a richer source for compelling photos than stock photos. Last week, I wrote a post about Nonprofits and Instagram , asking if it was valuable for nonprofit marketing.

Storymakers 2016 Winners

Tech Soup Blog

Best Photography Winner — Learning Tree Farm. This five-photo Flickr submission presents a compelling visual narrative and tells a great story. The Storymakers 2016 campaign surpassed all of our expectations.

Emerging Technology, Engaging Youth, and Your Mission: YOLO!

NTEN

Flickr: jasonshim By Jason Shim and Shubhagata Sengupta At Pathways to Education, we offer cross-cultural conflict resolution training called YOUCAN, and one of the first topics we cover with the students is that the analogy of an iceberg can be useful in understanding people.

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.