‘Tis chilly, but still no sign of any snow in Cork. DCD 2010 is still set to go on Sunday coming, Dec 5th.
We will be meeting at 10am outside Brown Thomas on St. Patricks St. in Cork city. We will then split and make fantastic creative disposable pictures around the city. We will meet up again for coffee, chat and warmth at noon.
We have made inquiries, and Boots will be able to 1 hour process the cameras on the day. Well, we asked how long it would take them to do 25 cameras (should that many people brave the cold) and they said 3 hours. There may be a few more places that will do 1 hour processing, but with the volume of film sales these days, it’s hard to say. But it would be really cool to compare prints sometime somewhere on the day and see what gems we have!
There’s also a flickr group set up that you can post your DCD images to – http://www.flickr.com/groups/dcd2010/. It would be great if everyone who takes part in the day could join this group and post some photos. Especially to anyone elsewhere in the world who joins us from there home place!
The post shoot coffee location hasn’t been decided yet, but we will have a decision made when we hook up on Sunday morning.
Hope to see you on Sunday!
We would also like to extend the invitation to people who might like to join our group. Cork Analogue Photographers was set up in 2008 by a bunch of people who met at the excellent photography night class in the Crawford College of Art and Design between 2006 to 2008. We have felt our way along this far, and now would love to know if there are film loving photographers based in and around Cork who might like to get involved. We thought that a Disposable Camera Day would be a good way to meet like minded people, have a laugh, and shoot some film 🙂