I got a camera! 

I got a camera! 

Camera #245 left in Norwich, England

Camera #245 left in Norwich, England

ayyejmeeezzyyy asked: Have you been to Texas?

I have a few floating around texas currently, but feel free to send me your address to passiton@rjcaputo.com and I’ll add you to the waiting list :)

ctyoungb asked: 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.

mrtheelk asked: Left any in Boise,Idaho?

None is Idaho that I’m aware of :)

vitaminsthestrippingdetective asked: Could you send a few to Middleburg Florida? Its kinda south west of Jacksonville.

Send me your address to passiton@rjcaputo.com and I’ll add you to the waiting list :)

lejumblr asked: Have you been to Maryland yet?

I have a few in Maryland at the moment but feel free to send me your address to passiton@rjcaputo.com and I’ll add you to the waiting list :)

unknownlegend13 asked: Any cameras in north carolina.if not I'm interesred

I don’t believe there Is any in North Carolina, none as far as I know anyway. Feel free I send me your address to passiton@rjcaputo.com

dkrizzy asked: 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.

Ask away!

I’m going to set up a FAQ page to make it a bit easier for you guys to find the answer you’re looking for if.

Is there any questions you guys think should definitely be a part of that page?