we're leaving disposable cameras around the world. people are picking them up, taking a few photos and passing them on, eventually returning home - so we can tell their stories.
Leo Laporte and Chris Marquardt talk about The Disposable Memory Project on The Tech Guy on TWiT.TV
Lost and Found
Camera 477 found on Feb 11th:
Camera found in Basel after 200 days of no activity.
Camera 459 returned on Feb 2nd:
Returned and uploaded to the Project
Camera 487 finished on Jan 7th:
Found and finished in Frederiksted
Camera 503 released on Jan 5th:
Released in Salem, Oregon
Camera 502 released on Jan 1st:
Released at Vapiano, Taipei
Take a photograph, pass it on: The Disposable Memory Project | susie loves photography
[...] own Disposable Memories Project camera kit, just provide the team with your email address at their website and they’ll send you instructions and a unique code so you can get started! Good luck! [...]
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let me have it! I want to be a part of the camera's journey!