200 Photo Mashups

John Musser, February 11th, 2007

Of all the hundreds of tags you can see in our mashup tag cloud, the second most popular behind “mapping” is “photo”. How popular? As of now there are over 200 photo-related mashups listed at ProgammableWeb — 202 by today’s count.

Also, you may not be aware that there are 14 photo-related APIs. The vast majority of the photo mashups listed, about 80 percent, use the terrific Flickr API. Others mashups have been built with the Fotolia, ImageLoop, and Smugmug APIs.

A number of the all-time most popular mashups are photo mashups. For example, one of the all-time Top Ten includes Flickr Sudoku, that lets you play sudoku puzzles using numbers from Flickr images.

Flickr Sudoku

Speaking of diversions, Spell With Flickr lets you interactively create ransom-like words using Flickr photos.

Spell With Flickr

And, if you want to program your own Flickr mashups, last fall we looked at 3 how-to books on Flickr mashups, the newest of which, Flickr Mashups by David A. Wilkinson, just hit the stores two weeks ago. We’ll have more on this and other mashup books coming-soon.

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2 Responses to “200 Photo Mashups”

February 12th, 2007
at 2:42 pm
Comment by: BillyWarhol

Yeah the Flickr Mashups are amazing!

Now with Pipes + Widgets coming out Fast n Furious it will be interesting to see what emerges!

Cheers! Billy ;))

March 23rd, 2007
at 12:34 am
Comment by: ProgrammableWeb.com » Blog Archive » Google Launches Picasa GData API

[...] If you have ever wanted to create photo mashups using Google’s Picasa, now you can. As Sven Mawson of Picasa Web Albums Team announced there is now a GData API for Picasa. Media mashups are hot: as we noted in our piece on 200 Photo Mashups, photography-related mashups are one of the most popular genres. [...]

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