Starting in 2008, operated out of Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, and invented by Dr Martin Fluker, this project relies on the concepts of citizen science and repeat photography to get members of the public to use their own camera and take photos from designated photo point sites so that the visual changes occurring to sometimes fragile natural areas can be monitored over time.
Thanks to all the feedback from our early adopters! We've added a new 'onion skin' view so you can overlay the reference image on your camera feed. Plus fixed a few other little bugs and issues.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.