With 178 Photos and 631 members (as of the time of this article), the Flickr Pool “Growing Up In Arcades: 1979-1989” collects photographs of people in arcades and game rooms in the ’80s.
Flickr Groups and Pools allow users to add photos to group collections. Click here to see this group. The above photos are some of the photos that give permissions to copy. Check out the page “Growing Up In Arcades: 1979-1989” to see the entire collection.
For Information Science professionals, Flickr is an ideal way to store photographs. The page displays all EXIF data from the photograph and allows users to add custom tags, choose GPS coordinates, and edit all possible sharing options. Plus, they give you the first terabyte of storage space for absolutely free, so sizing down 20MB raw files isn’t really an issue.
I am in no way affiliated with Flickr, but I appreciate their extensive use of metadata. I have had issues with some aspects of their user interface, but the other benefits more than make up for it. And since so many photographers upload their pictures with Creative Commons licenses, they are a great resource for stock photographs.