Each participant proposes a number of themes for an upcoming session, a limited number is then randomly selected from the pool at the date of the event. Then you have a limited time to take and upload your pictures for us all to share and discuss.
Each session basically goes like this: 1) submit your themes before the event, 2) at the event date, a limited number of themes are randomly drawn from all the propositions, 3) you have 3 days to take pictures in relation, and to share them online, 4) and all the time thereafter to see what others have done.
@pclltv and you can also post your pics with the #pclltv & #pclltv_sessionnumber !
latest draw : Net,love,déjà vu
next PhotoCollective theme draw in...
photos from some of the latest sessions|
join the collective!You only need to register for free and participate in infinite ways after.
Some like to work on their own, others like to meet before and after the theme draw, so choose what's best for you and organize what you like.
Local meetups often take place in a public space (cafe, library, ...), start with a half hour word-collecting reunion, words are then sent to us for the draw (contact us for the email), we send back the three randomly chosen ones from the complete pool of participants everywhere, and then the group usually goes out photo hunting for 1h30 to 2h before meeting up again to share their experience and shots.
The participants' photos can then be sent back to the site in order to share them with the community (you keep all rights to your photos!).
If you want to participate or organize a meetup, dont hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Photocollective reunions were already held all over the world.
You can also check the Flickr group for older photos from the group (while waiting for full transition to this site).
Thanks to the venues who already have hosted our reunions once or more:
l'Etabli, la Ferblanterie,0000 multimedia art space, l'Ethno, salle du Terreau, brasserie des Halles de l'Ile, Fenomeno bar, les Voisins, ...