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Topic # 115727 4-Apr-2013 17:09
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Hi,
I am in a community group (a sailing club) - and have been asked to collate the members photos in one place. I have a website I can publish the pictures on.
My question is - whats the best way of getting all the pictures. Most of the members are non technical, so asking for a flash drive or cd will be met with stares.

What site would you recommend to allow authorised users to upload photos? (preferably with drag drop but not essential).

I've tried a few (flickr, yahoo, etc) - they are great for publishing and sharing photos, but not for other people to upload to.

Hope this makes sense,
Ian

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  Reply # 793525 4-Apr-2013 21:50
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At previous group events, I've asked everyone for the memory cards out of their cameras right there and then... saves a whole lot of pain later on.

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