Many of us Gnomes just got back from the 50th Gen Con, but many of us Gnomes were unable to attend for one real life reason or another. We know that is the case for many gamers out there. It was a packed Gen Con, but a lot of us didn’t get to make it to the historic event. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered! We made it our mission to take as many pictures as we could during the event, cataloging and showcasing everything we could find as we went along our merry Gnomish ways.
We pulled in frequent guest author Keith Garrett (http://adventuresofkeithgarrett.com/) who took many photos as well and together we created a MASSIVE (545 photos, so far) archive of high resolution photos of Gen Con 50. The best part – they are all creative commons licensed. You can use these photos as you like, and when Gen Con 100 rolls around there should hopefully be some available for the next museum showcasing the convention through the years. The only requirements on using the photos is to keep attribution to the original authors intact.
Go check the photopalooza albums out over at https://www.flickr.com/photos/gnomestew/albums/. for the full high resolution images, or give the photo gallery a second to load from FLICKR and prepare to scroll a LOOOOOONG ways down, and then realize that only about 1/2 of the photos fit in the photo gallery, so you should click on that FLICKR link to check out EVERYTHING.
The Gencon Exhibit Hall Rush
That’s a Lot Of Pictures, But it Could Be Better!
All the Gnomes were wearing multiple hats throughout the convention, so we know there are things we missed or couldn’t get. We want to make sure people who couldn’t make it to Gen Con 50 can visually experience as much of it as possible, so if you have photos that cover things we missed, send them our way. You have to be okay making them creative commons licensed, having a visual tag with your name attached, and have taken them at Gen Con 50. We’ll add them to the archive and make sure you get credit for them as a guest photognome! Use the form below to submit your photos to the archive.