I seem to have sort of half-volunteered myself to run a session at Photocamp, as per this thread. I said that it might be fun to try what Rankin did in the Seven Photographs That Changed Fashion programme where he recreated, erm, seven photographs that changed fashion, but using modern techniques.
Having now watched all of the programme, I still think it's an interesting idea, but perhaps more fun if we try recreating other famous photos rather than just fashion shots.
I'm thinking of Cartier-Bresson's 'Behind the Gare St. Lazare' , or the Iwo Jima photo (google it) that sort of thing.
This is where *you* come in, dear reader. What famous photograph can you suggest that would be fun to recreate with a bunch of enthusiastic amateur photographers?