PHOTO: What's lost can sometimes be found. (photo courtesy of Thinkstock)
It’s a fairly safe bet that, were you to lose your camera, the most important reason you would want it back is all of the lost memories. Now, there’s an effort being made to reunite travelers with their lost photos, reports CNN.
“The UK's Lost Photo Project hopes to reunite "orphaned images" — and the mislaid cameras that took them — with their rightful owners,” writes Maureen O’Hare.
Crowdsourcing is the main idea behind the project.
Jeff Berezny, Trov's global head of marketing, told CNN: "We hope that members of the public will recognize a friend, cousin, or co-worker, and alert them and start the process of reuniting photographer to lost device."
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Trov will be working with Camerafound to reunite images and photographers.
Members of the public who recognize the people can begin the reuniting process by visiting the website trov.com/lostphotoproject or by emailing email@example.com.
For more on this project and how to get involved, read on here.