Traveling Disposable Camera Project

During the summer of 2011, Hejorama started a project called Disposable Stories. They gave 10 disposable cameras to 10 people in Paris to take with them on a trip and be the first link in a chain of five persons who were each to take five photos.

The first person takes 5 photos of their travels, and then passes the camera along to someone they meet along the way who is heading in a different direction and wants to continue the chain by documenting their travels and passing the camera along. They also receive a notebook to tell about their trip and explain any pictures that they had taken.

disposable stories

So far they’ve received two of the cameras back and they’ve published each of the photos here (camera #4) and here (camera #5).

Here are the pictures that came back from camera #4′s trip.

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

Disposable Camera Project

If you’re interested in getting involved, Hejorama has received such a positive response to this project that they’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to hopefully fund a project that sends 99 disposable cameras to backers of the program.

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