.....count me in too.
.....count me in too.
Sounds like a cool project! Count me in :)
Count me in too! Looks like the little camera will have a loooong way to go. Does it come with a manual? :D
Right now we have a total of twenty people lined up and there are seven more exposures left. Am waiting to hear from Sean on what forum we can possibly post these in. If you all lhave any ideas on this, please feel free to speak up. Also, the only other problem we may have is the cost of shipping this to the various countries. My thought is perhaps after we know were the camera is going then perhaps we should shoot in U.S. first then send it to the next country, so on unless you have a better idea. Lastly, I think that each of should have the camera for one week to take you shot then send it on.
What I've done with the Traveling Portfolio is to make a list so the portfolio moves in the most efficient way possible (geographically at least!), accounting for issues like willingness to pay for international postage. On a little disposable camera, that's not as much of an issue, so you can just go by geography and postal rates.
Just have everyone pm you their address, make up the list, and Sean can probably set up a password protected page for the address list for the group, like we have for the Traveling Portfolio and the Postcard Exchange, and it's also a good idea to include a copy of the list with the camera, in case someone gets it and temporarily doesn't have computer access for some reason (this has happened with the portfolio!).
Maybe we could even stick a couple of bucks in the package prior to passing it on to help with the next photographer's postage?
You can add me to the list. Every camera deserves a good Hawaii photo.
I think that paying the way to the next stop will just about even everyone out, and in the spirit of helpfullness, I volunteer to be the mailer who sends from Canada to the next country.Quote:
Originally Posted by Digidurst
I have a feeling though, that our "cash in the package" will disappear at the first customs inspection :), so I think we should pass on that idea (no matter how charitable it is).
I think that sounds like fun too! Count me in!
Count me in. Belgium.