Indisposable Concept gallery featuring Dani H. Shot with a disposable camera.
Where: Brisbane, QLD. AUS.
When: January, 2013
Open the gallery by clicking on an image below. (After the Q+A)
Q+A with Dani
1.) How did you find the experience of using the disposable camera? Enjoyable or painful?
2.) How did it make you feel not being able to see the photos as they were taken and not being able to edit or know what the photos turned out like?
Anxious, a bit self-concious, and analytical.
3.) From your roll of film what was your fave image and why?
The action shot of my Luke pulling the NYE party popper.
4.) Would you be interested in shooting another roll?
5.) Is there anything else we could include or introduce to make the experience more interesting?
Would love to be able to order some of the prints online! Found the ‘selfie’ rule fun, perhaps the last shot should be something in particular too. It could be fun to do a ‘one shot then pass it on’ version, so you get 24 people with the camera. maybe 24 selfie-shots… would be interesting to see how far down the line it got before you stopped recognising people (kind of like chinese whispers).
6.) Did you enjoy the aspect of shooting a selfie?
7.) What did you think of the outcomes when you saw the final photos?
Loved the outcome, was super interested to see which ones turned out and which didn’t – was definitely a surprise!
8.) Would you approach the concept differently if you had another go?
Yes, I would probably be a bit more candid with my shots.
9.) Would you enter into the concept if it was set up in a competition format with prizes to be won?
Perhaps, but I think it already forces you to think about the shot critically, the competition aspect might take it a bit too far into the ‘serious’ realm.
10.) Would you like to see your photos presented in a gallery exhibition environment.
Definitely!! Floor to ceiling in a room… would be amazing. Bring it to Melbourne and I’ll help set up!
11.) Is there anything else you’d like to share with us?
Great concept, can’t wait to see it grow!
Open the gallery by clicking on an image below.