[Talk-GB] Uploading pictures to OSM
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 17:57:14 UTC 2017
In the dim & distant past you could do the exact opposite: place osm
identifiers on Flickr: here's a photo of mine with such tags
Unfortunately I dont believe Flickr supports this at all any more. However,
resolving the flickr tags to OSM element IDs is not complex. The advantage
is that you are likely to have multiple photos of the same OSM object, and
placing tags in OSM is unlikely to resolve it.
A single tag of the form flickr:id= would work to provide a single
reference photo. People have at various times tried to identify with tags
the photos which they used as part of surveys to edit a particular element.
Probably most used these days is mapillary:id= . In the main these are to
help mappers check details of a thing mapped.
On 27 June 2017 at 16:42, amunizp <a75576 at alumni.tecnun.es> wrote:
> I am helping a community group make a survey of a small wood area. This
> will be tagging trees, badger habitats, and even sewers.
> They use a Garmin GPS with a camera to take pictures and then we use JOSM
> to extract the location to later add information like species and such and
> we upload it to OSM.
> I've looked all round, but I have not found a way to upload pictures. Is
> there a way?
> I would use the website key:value to just put links to flicker or what
> ever but we much rather have links to the community group.
> Any suggestions otherwise?
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