Getting your images to the project
Once you have some photographs and hopefully extracted the data from them, you need to get them to GPR by:
To post your photos you need to:
- copy them to a CD, DVD, USB memory stick or SD memory card - the Gravestone Photographic Resource will provide these if required
- post the CD, DVD, USB memory stick or SD memory card to the Gravestone Photographic Resource
The contact details for posting you CD, DVD or USB memory stick are as follows:
Gravestone Photographic Resource
43 Demokratias Street
Monte Korfi Estate
The Gravestone Photographic Resource will refund the cost of the postage and the CD, DVD, USB memory stick or SD memory card if required. USB memory sticks not belonging to the Gravestone Photographic Resource are always returned to volunteers after the data has been extracted.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is an electronic method to transfer large number of files from your computer up to a webserver. This method is only useful if you have a highspeed internet connection. It is not suitable if you only have a dial up connection. It is also not suitable if you have a very large number of very large files as this could take many hours to upload even with a high speed connection.
More details of how to use FTP to submit photos are available within the volunteers private part of this website.
Website submission of photos
A new system for submitting photos via the website is currently being developed. When the system is available you will be able to use it via the upload photos website.
The website submission of photos will probably only be useful for submitting a small number of photos.