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1 roll of film over 1 week with 24 opportunities to capture the indisposable world around you.

Indisposable
adj. Of or pertaining to something that is not disposable; something that one cannot do without.

Indisposable Concept (iCONCEPT) is the process of using one roll of film from one disposable camera to capture and share the world around you through a sequence of shots. The beauty of this process is that each shot taken is unique and untouched. The images can’t be deleted, only a certain number of shots are available and nothing is revealed until the photos have been developed. This is a raw exercise capturing the world around you in it’s purest form, an experiment built to explore human interaction and gain insight into different peoples lives across a broad demographic.

What are the most important things in your life? How do you see them and how do you interpret the world around you?

It’s up to you to capture these moments, these people, these lives via the medium of film.  You can focus the entire roll on one subject or numerous subjects that you love and hold dear, as long as it portrays what’s indisposable to you and the space you live in.

You have a week to capture your moments and share your story. Your folio will be featured on indisposableconcept.com as well as www.facebook.com/IndisposableConcept.

Download the INFO PACK today to get started.

Contact us to get involved:
indisposableconcept@gmail.com
facebook.com/indisposableconcept
instagram.com/indisposableconcept @indisposableconcept #indisposableconcept
twitter.com/iconcept_ @iconcept_
indisposableconcept.tumblr.com
flickr.com/photos/indisposableconcept/

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