This video shows a social experiment in which disposable cameras were left unattended in various public locations with a simple message: “Take a Photo”. Hidden cameras were stationed nearby to observe how people responded to the cameras, and to provide some behind-the-scenes footage to how the various photographs were captured.
How Do People Respond to a Disposable Camera Left Unattended in Public?
- Published on November 28, 2011 by Michael Zhang
Hot Stories Top 100
- National Geographic Lists Its Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers
- The Types of People You Find in a NEW Photographer Facebook Group
- The Most Expensive Camera Kits Photographers Can Buy for Each Brand (in 2014)
- GoPro HERO4 Revealed! 4K Video at 30FPS and the First Built-In Touch Display
- A Breathtaking Motion Time-Lapse Tour of Norway
- 'Where Are They Burning the Bodies': Documenting the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia
- Dream Creatures: Reflected Images of Tree Bark Reveal the Faces Hiding in the Forest
- Retouching: You're Going About it All Wrong
- GoPro Goes 4K with HERO4 Black, Adds Touchscreen to HERO4 Silver, and Debuts $130 Entry-Level HERO
- Nixie: A Tiny Flying Camera Drone You Wear On Your Wrist
- How Film is Made: Behind the Scenes at a Kodak Factory in 1958
- Nokia Merges Smart and Pro Camera Apps, Brings Raw DNG Support to 1020 and 1520
- Do People Always See the Same Things When They Look At Colors?
- Researchers Take First-Ever Photographs of Molecules Forming Chemical Bonds
- Obama Photo Used Illegally on Billboard