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An Experiment: Gaming Spaces Flickr Group

Yesterday, two ideas that had been floating around for awhile finally banged together in my head: Why not create a public photo group where gamers all over the world can share photos of the places where they game?

So I did. It’s called Gaming Spaces [1], and it’s a photo group on Flickr [2], a nifty (and free) photo-sharing site.

We’ve talked about gaming spaces on TT before, in VV_GM’s guest post Setting Up Your Game Space [3] and in the forum thread on proxemics and gaming environments [4]. It was the collision with Avlor’s Flickr group suggestion for GM’s Day [5] that made me decide to give this a shot.

It’s pretty sparse right now, but I’m hoping that will change. I don’t know about you, but I love seeing how other GMs set up their gaming spaces — it gives me all sorts of ideas for how to improve my own little slice of heaven.

If that grabs you, I hope you’ll join the group and post some photos of your own!

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#1 Comment By VV_GM On April 26, 2007 @ 6:46 am

Great idea! One of these weekends I’ll have to take a few pics and post them to the site.

#2 Comment By Martin On April 27, 2007 @ 9:06 am

I’m a Flickr noob as well. I found the “send to pool” link just above each of my pictures — click on one of your photos and check the line of stuff right above it. I believe “add note” is the first link.

There’s probably a batch option, too, if you have a lot of pictures.

#3 Comment By Gospog On April 27, 2007 @ 9:30 am

Ah, thanks! I was looking for that option from the Your Pictures page instead of opening each picture in turn.

I did it and it worked and go check it out! 🙂


#4 Pingback By DM Setup Photos | D&D Nerd.com On May 1, 2007 @ 8:24 pm

[…] Martin Ralya over at Treasure Tables made a post a few days ago about DMs sharing photos of their gaming places. As such, he’s created a photo pool over on Flickr specifically for gaming spaces. So not only can we see how other people do things, we can learn and use some of the methods ourselves. […]

#5 Comment By Martin On May 8, 2007 @ 9:26 am

We’re up to 33 members and 48 photos in the pool — not a bad start, and it’s great to see all of the different gaming spaces that folks have shared so far.