Using Flickr to send a message

13 Aug

So you’re a photographer not a writer? How could you use social media to tell a story?

I came across this amazing series (via GreenDaily) by Dharmeshi in India. It looks like it was done for a campaign, but it could very well be he was trying to use his camera to take a stand about the environment, using a simple prop we run into every day.

And on Flickr, he’s able to send a message about what plastic looks like when its convenience factor wears out and it interferes with our lives.

1 Comment

Posted by on August 13, 2008 in Social Media


One response to “Using Flickr to send a message

  1. Twanney

    September 24, 2010 at 4:45 am

    I always loved looking a flickr and using the photo’s to use as my wallpaper on the computer. However, not that the rights are reserved an 99% of these, I don’t think I will bother looking at them any more. What is the point if I cannot save as background pictures.
    Would it not be better to leave off the “rights reserved” and it a person wants it on then they should request it rather than the other way around.



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