I like the direction this is moving. It was always a bit odd that it snapped their username. It did make it easy to navigate them when scrolling through stored photos though. My thoughts:
I'm against the name-prompt when taking a photo. Whether you're photographing mixers or even dangerous wildlife, the last thing you want to get caught up in is a prompt! You'll get creased.
Naming them after would be a lot better. Especially since you end up deleting some photos anyway.
As for the old/ooc warning, that's probably a good idea. It's a big shift, and it could be very confusing if we plowed ahead without regard for what's already out there. And there's A LOT of photos out there.
Other photo thoughts:
Writing on photos! It would be AWESOME to be able to sharpie some text (small character limit) onto a photo permanently. Such as: His name's JOE. Crease this bakka. Who is this? Find this. Etc. It would really bump up the utility of photos in a way that would make them even more utilized. As it stands, for a go-to or something, you'd need to add a letter with some kind of index with multiple photos. Writing on them would be sweet. Could be a small character limit (60-100) to prevent them from becoming novels.
These may be hard to add, or easy, but I wanted to bring them up as a heavy camera user.
Truncated file names: As it stands, photos are preceeded by a large number of 0's. Ex: 00000013.img. I know that photos go up in ascending order, but I've never seen anything close to that. If the photos could default to the lowest number of 'active digits' that would make printing or deleting them easier. Maybe another digit could be added only when needed? Also, I know it's for immersion, but if you could leave off the .img when targeting photos that would be amazing. So instead of print 00000013.img from photoplus you'd get print 13 from photoplus. I usually end up copy/pasting anyway because of the way this currently works.
view all/Print all/delete all: Sometimes you want to trash everything, or print everything, or look at all your photos. In those cases you end up typing a lot of commands, or copy/pasting a lot. Three new commands here would be amazing time-savers in a lot of situations.
If these are big coding projects I can understand if they aren't a priority. If I had to choose one I'd go with writing on photos.
Always pumped that the admin team is actively examining things like this. Thanks!