Cameras will be dropped off at various locations during the rest of Warped Tour, going on now until August 2nd. I’ll be posting where they’re dropped off so if you’re going to warped tour keep an eye out for them.
I’ve received a lot of requests for cameras and I’m doing my best to fulfill everyone request. I hope to be packaging and sending them out in the coming days.
However, many of those requests came from overseas and I’m having some trouble getting an accurate mailing address. The format some of you send me doesn’t seem to be all too familiar to my post office It’s probably me not you. So if you send a request from outside of the United States please resend it and in the exact format that it should be mailed.
Specifically requests from Honduras, Indonesia & Turkey I’m having some issue with.
I do indeed. #274. I work in a broadway theatre and took a pic of the interior… And a pic of my buddy on the fire escape outside of the theatre. It is now on its way to Maine with a member of the staff who is going on vacation.
So exciting I could be a part of this! Good luck!
She later added:
A friend found it at a brewery in red hook, BK and passed it off to me. I believe there are 19 exposures left.
I’m so happy to receive updates like this! It’s nice to know my cameras are out there somewhere, exploring, one day finding their way back home I hope.
Is there anyone out there who has found or been given one of my cameras and you have one in your possession currently? if you do it would awesome if you can take a photo of yourself with one and send it my way via email or submission so I can post it :)
this Take a Photo Pass it On is such a wonderfully beautiful concept^-^ *bravo bravo* my friend ahaha I can just imagine all the crazy photos you will recieve! .. may I start this also.. I hate to be the pooo that leeches ideas but I'm inspired ^-^
I’m happy that people appreciate the idea and that you feel inspired by it. :)
There is nothing more amazing then receiving messages from people around the world who either find my cameras, want to be a part of the project, or just write in to let me know how much they enjoy the idea of it all. I just hope it turns out the way I want it to and I’m doing my best to keep up with all your questions,comments and requests.
This is so unique, so brilliant. While I know it would be selling out, have you thought about a sponsorship with a company then making a commercial for them? May add funding to your project as well as free cameras... Kinda like a "no matter where you go, we go too" any ways have any in Iowa?
I have thought about it, mostly just so I can maybe get some free cameras since I am the only one behind this project it does become costly at times. But I don’t know how to go about doing that or if that’s even a possibility.
There wouldn't happen to be any in little old New Zealand would there? If not, I'll be sure to email you my address and wait for one (or many) with bated breath! And as many have stated this is an awesome project.
Thank you very much! I don’t have any in New Zealand yet as far as I know.
If you are interested in participating and would like me to send you a camera email me your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to get one out to you as soon as I can.
Send me a camera. I live near seattle wa. I can get the ghetto/interesting pictures you want!
I already have a few in Seattle but if you are interested in participating and would like me to send you a camera email me your postal address to email@example.com and I’ll add you to the waiting list. I just like having some time pass in between camera drop offs in a city.
What do they take a picture of? Is it just one picture they take and pass on to someone else?
Well, Ideally what would happen is someone would take a single photo and pass it on to someone else. This way people are forced to think about what they are going to take a picture of. Hopefully it will be something that has some sort of meaning to that person or to their location.
I like the idea of having people think about what they are photographing. I think that’s something that is lost to many of us because now with digital cameras and every phone having a camera, we’re too used to the instant gratification of taking a photo and uploading it to Instagram or Facebook within minutes of it being taken. Not much thought is put into photos these days.