Welcome to Tiltomo. Here you can play with our Visual Search code using two sample databases from flickr. Getting started is easy, search for a tag or click random. Look for an image you like, click one of the Find Similar links under the image. You have two Find Similar modes to choose from:
– Theme : Analysis of (Subject / Color / Texture)
– Color / Texture : Analysis of (100% Color / Texture)
Search for photos with similar themes on Flickr.
Start with recently uploaded, tag specific or random photos.
Multicolr Search Lab is a cool Flickr color search app which lets you find quality Flickr photos of a specific color scheme. It shows you a color selection box on the right and once you click on a color it pulls out pictures from Flickr matching that color selection. You could even choose more colors and get pictures of combined color schemes.
– Flickr color search
Like in the screenshot below, I selected 3 colors – red, brown and green. The resulting flickr pictures displaying a combination of these 3 colors were quite awesome. And keep in mind that these are all creative commons images which can be used in your blog or website with attribution.
– Flickr color picker
Overall this is a good website for flickr lovers and also bloggers who love to use nice images in their blog posts.
For one reason or another, you might want to download all your photos from Flick or Facebook to your computer. Either to have the backup or to migrate them to another photo sharing service online. Doing it manually is a time consuming task, so thats where Fotobounce is useful. It is a free downloadable software, which lets you download all your photos from Facebook or Flickr at once.
To download your photos from the web, install Fotobounce on your computer. Run it and enter your Facebook and Flickr credentials to give the software access to your collections. You can either download individual albums one by one or all the photos at once.
Apart from downloading, Fotobouncer is a great photo manager in itself, so you can later use it to organize and view your photos. The software is free but ad supported.
Download photos from Facebook and Flickr to your computer by individual albums or all at once.
Available for Windows and Mac.
Adobe air required to run the Fotobounce software.
Downloadr is a photo downloader for Microsoft Windows. It provides a simple interface to download large sized images from Flickr to your computer. You do not need a Flickr account to use Downloadr, though you do have even more functionality (like the ability to do a complete backup of all your photos) if you register at flickr.com. For a comprehensive overview of what Downloadr is able to do please watch the Screencast.
Here is a short list of what Downloadr can currently do for you. This is not a complete list of all features, only the major ones are listed here. New features are added from time to time and you will automatically be able to use them thanks to Downloadr’s update function. Please be aware that Downloadr is still beta software: Use it, but do not rely on it. It may harm your PC or your flickr account, even though it has been tested many times.
Searches photos by
Automatically downloads largest avaiable size
Authenticates with flickr to download private photos
Can create a backup of all your photos with just a few clicks
Writes EXIF and IPTC data so titles, tags and location are preserved
This screensaver uses the .Net Framework to get your photos from Flickr and display them as a screensaver for your viewing pleasure. It features the ability to select a wide array of photos, including your own, your contacts, your favourites or a from a group or global tag.
Developed exclusively by Sam Judson it is being released here in open source format with the intention of giving the code a complete overhaul, along with adding many new features.
The current version runs on the .Net Framework 2.0. It uses GDI+ and Windows Forms to manipulate the images downloaded from Flickr.
The current version contains 2 different ways of displaying your photos:
*Plain – Simply display the photo, with or without its title and author.
*Postcard – gives the photo a coloured border and the ability to randomly rotate the image, giving a Polaroid/postcard look to the screensaver.