Get placeholders related to the site you are developing, by pulling images from flickr based on tags
With this little app, you can get images from flickr based on the tags you choose. It’s generally pretty accurate, so you should get images closely related to the subject matter of the website you’re building.
The photos are pulled from flickr using its search api, searching only creative commons material, and watermarking them with the name of the author, to be in accordance with the creative commons licences, which all require attribution
New feature! In about 1 hour I got this new feature working : by appending `bw` to the image url, you’re getting an image converted to black and white, for those cases where you need to tone down slightly your placeholders.
B&W with tags: http://flickholdr.com/500/700/portrait/bw
B&W without tags: http://flickholdr.com/400/500/bw
New feature! Append a number to any url to get different images, even if they are the same size and tags.
This image: http://flickholdr.com/500/700/portrait/1
is different to this one: http://flickholdr.com/500/700/portrait/2