That camera hasn’t been sent back as of yet nor do I know it’s current location. Why do you ask about that camera? Was it formally in your possession? I’d have to check my “records” (random notes scribbled on paper and/or emails) and see what it’s last known status was.
Good morning from France ! I have heard of your project a couple of months ago and actually lost the bookmark or something. I wondered if it would be possible to send a camera to France ? Cheers :) Ava.
Hello Ava! I would be more than happy to send you a camera, I’m a little back logged at the moment with sending them out but as soon as i can, I’ll have one mailed to you right away. Just email me your address to firstname.lastname@example.org
May I just ask as to where and how you heard about my project?
This is the most awesomest project ever ! I wanna play :D ! (Live in the netherlands, travelling back to france regularly)
I will definitely be more than happy to send you a camera! I’m currently a bit backed up on sending out cameras to people at the moment but as soon as I can I will send them. Email me your address to email@example.com
I received this email the other day and I've been meaning to post it.
Hi! My names Brittney (Redacted), I’ve 17 years old and I just wanted to send this email to you to tell you I think it is just awesome what you are doing with the cameras. I live in a small town in Kansas and I would love to have the opportunity to join in on this lovely project if possible. Thank you for the added boast of inspiration today!
It’s always so nice to read emails from people who support the project and want to participate. The project may not be as up to par as I would like it to be as far as getting cameras back goes, but reading emails like this far from make up for it.
Brittney, If you’re reading this, Thank you so much! I’ll be sure to send out a camera to you soon, That also goes out to everyone else that has been requesting a camera. I’ll be putting them in the mail as soon as I can.
Speaking of that lost email: Markus from North Dakota writes:
"Hello I’m currently holding camera 159! I received it in Minnesota Minneapolis and have currently taken it back to my home town of Bismarck ND. I will be passing it on the next time I am at the airport which will be in a couple of weeks. The number of exposers on the camera is 14. I just wanted to keep you posted this is a really sweet project you have here. Can’t wait to see the pictures! Take care and god bless."
I wish to have a hold of this one too :( I'm from Philippines, and that's why it seems very impossible for a camera from NY be shipped to here, especially that I am a 'no one' and a 'completer stranger' to you.
Thank you for your interest in this project. I’m currently in the process of gathering up resources to be able to send out as many cameras to people as possible. If you wish to have one sent to you just send me an email at PassItOn@rjcaputo.com with your name and address.
*To the rest of you who have requested cameras I’m hoping to send them out ASAP.
Hey! I'm amazed with your project and I would absolutely love to participate in any way possible :) I'm portuguese though, so I guess it's rather difficult for you to send me a camera... but I don't know, do you have any ideas on how this project could cross the ocean? I'd be so glad to join this!
Distance isn’t a problem, I want as many people involved as possible and in as many places as possible. I’d be more than happy to send you a camera if you’d like. Just send your address to PassIton@RJCaputo.com and I’ll send one out as soon as I can.
I forgot to post this sooner. Camera #174 is in Australia!
My name is Lisa and I have camera #174! I am from Flushing, New York and a friend of mine at work told me all about what your doing and I was so excited when she asked me to take it with me on my trip! I am leaving for Australia on Monday August 13th so I will be sure to snap some photos and pass it on!
Received this message yesterday from Lori in Washington regarding camera #111!
Howdy. I’m on the west end of the Columbia River Gorge, just east of Vancouver, WA and across the Columbia River from Multnomah Falls in OR. A friend passed the camera on to me, and I will do the same. peace to you Lori
Hello, sir! Are there any cameras still available? I really REALLY like your project! But even if I don't get one, I hope this exploit will become successful! IT IS SO COOL! :)
Yes, There are still cameras available. If you are interested in participating just email me with your address at PassItOn@RJCaputo.com and I’ll have one sent out to you. It will only be successful with more people like yourself who want to be a part of it. Thank you!
I got the camera 159 in Sedona, Arizona and i brought it home with me to Minnesota!! ill be passing it on shortly!! (:
Yes!!! How exciting! Thanks for letting me know #159’s whereabouts. How/where did you find the camera? or did someone give it to you? I’d love to know! I’ve never left one in Sedona & beisdes, #159 started somewhere in the northeast I think. I’ll have to check. SO COOL.
This is amazing. I just got back into taking a bunch of crazy pics with a disposable camera, and it's so addicting because you don't have to worry about battery life or any of that shit. I'm living in New Jersey now, maybe send one (or a few!) this way?!
Send me an address and I will gladly send you a camera. You have to promise me that you will pass it on to someone and allow them to share in your addiction.
Had a bit if a mishap earlier with the post office in Colorado. Thought I wasn’t going to be able to pick up my cameras. Crisis averted though. I’ll be leaving them around the rest of the trip. Currently in grand junction,co.
To be honest, this is not an original idea. This “Idea” has been done before several times in one form or another. My love for photography and the desire to share this passion has led me to start my own project. There may be many like it but this one is mine.
I currently have 113 cameras out in the wild right now but none have come home just yet. I do hope to start getting some back soon though. Originally I would only leave them in various locations whenever I travel, receiving an e-mail here and there telling me that someone had found one. (Some of which have been very inspiring) But I wanted to get more out there, So I started to mail them out to anyone who wanted to participate. Which I’m still doing by the way.
Yes, I pay for all the cameras,shipping, & development myself.