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Does Flickr allow shared albums with pictures from multiple people? What's the best service for this?

Is there some service that will allow us to upload all these photos and put them into a combined album? Does Flickr have shared albums? Flickr does not have shared albums, but instead has a feature ...
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Is it practical to transfer thousands of photos via WiFi? What about 4K video?

If your problem is that your computer has only USB-C ports, just get a USB-C to USB adapter or hub. Transferring 5000 photos via WiFi from any camera capable of recording 4K video will not be ...
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Is it practical to transfer thousands of photos via WiFi? What about 4K video?

It depends on a lot of factors you haven't revealed in your question. Among them: How does one define "practical?" For some that would be "nothing less than the fastest possible speed available by ...
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Darktable XMP sidecar filters repository

There's https://dtstyle.net It's a repository of *.dtstyle files, not XMP files... those are generally used for file-specific information. Styles can be managed in the "Styles" panel on the right-...
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What's the easiest way to get photos from multiple people per day?

Dropbox or Google Drive is probably the easiest. I'd go with Dropbox personally. I've seen it used by dozens of photographers for this sort of thing. You give everyone access to a specific folder and ...
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Is it practical to transfer thousands of photos via WiFi? What about 4K video?

It seems like your real concern is transfer of files to a computer without a USB A port. You ask about USB C cables for cameras, but, generally, people I know tend to pop the card out and put it in a ...
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Open source licenses for sharing photographs (in the context of a research project)

A Creative Commons licence is the way to go: Somebody took care of the legalese for you. Your users will find it widely discussed If you try to roll you own: It will cost you a lawyer, or you ...
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Online photo management for non-profit organization

Check out a new service called Snapphound at www.snapphound.com. It has all of these admin features and more, plus allows you to further market and fundraise around your cause, among many other ...
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What's the easiest way to get photos from multiple people per day?

I use pcloud as cloud storage and one feature they offer is so called "File requests", which is exactly the feature you're describing: Easily receive files from anyone directly to your ...
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