Predisposed at a festival // Found at Field Day 2012 Part II
We scattered a collection of disposable cameras at Field Day, with instructions for you to use, pass on, and then (hopefully) return to us. See the result of the first batch here.
But surprisingly we've had a second roll returned! Well done conscientious festival goers. And enclosed here are the results; many photos were non-salvageable (inside tents are darker than you think), but the camera certainly got about.
Regular readers will be aware that we have a penchant for the disposable camera - categorise it under the lo-fi/DIY love-in if you want. So with this in mind, we dropped an armful of disposable cameras around the Field Day site in Victoria Park, with instructions to take photos and pass around. [read more]
For Saturdays words and pixels, looky here After a solid nightâs sleep, The 405 return to Offset surrounded by blurry eyed punters for another day that the Offset bookers should be proud of. The day is started the way it continues throughout, in the shape of bouncy New Zealanders Die! Die! Die! If you read Saturdays review (and if you havenât, why not?) youâll know the unnecessarily humongous photo-pit got a lot abuse from bands venturing into it, and DDD are no except... (continued) [read more]
With faint wafts of some kind of Dadaist experiment, The 405 are to leave disposable cameras around gigs and festivals across the country with some written instructions on; the instructions in short is to simply take some photos ('Use me' crudely handwritten on the camera) and pass it along to someone else. [read more]
Indeed! The 405 Flickr Group is BORN, like so many wailing newborns from the inglorious womb of the intrawebs. It's intended to be the pool of photos from which we fish out the best for our Photo Round Up feature, so get contributing. It's not just live photography either; we want to see anything you've done that you consider 'proper' in any way, be it abstract, B&W portraiture...anything! Ooh and here is the link to the relevant fourum thread: The 405 Flickr Group... (continued) [read more]