I have searched Google for a men’s shed photography group. In our shed, ShedQuarters, we have already had a couple of photo challenges. Members were given a theme and time limit to email their photos to me their photos, I checked their EXIF data to ensure they were photos produced after the challenge was set.
This worked really well, members that I didn’t expect, came up some some quality pics:
I would like to extend this to sheds in the whole of the UK, using a Flickr Group. The reason for Flickr is that the EXIF data is there for everyone to see, no-one can present a photo from their archive or scan one from an old photo magazine.
I have set up a Flickr Group as a test, but I don’t mind if someone else wants to take the lead and produce one, if you want to be an admin on the group I created, no problem.
To Fick 1995 ….. I can’t see your photo in the Flickr PLUMS group. You may be able to see it but if you haven’t made the photo public in your own Flickr account, no-one else will see it. You have to go to Camera Roll to make your photos public as the default upload is private (locked).