HOW YOUR OLD CAMERAS CAN HELP CHANGE THE WORLD!
TRIBE PHOTO democratizes photography by turning remote villagers into photographers enabling them to sell their best work and us to gain a unique insight into their world.
How many of you have old digital cameras lying around on a shelf, never to be used again? We have a suggestion that not only finds new life for your old camera, but it helps people in remote villages who wish to become photographers. Pixel Perfect is partnering with Tribe Photo to collect old working digital cameras from volunteers. Tribe Photo will establish "camera stores” in remote villages, run by a local village partner, and rent these cameras out at a nominal rate (about 10c per day). Tribe Photo will then offer free training and a platform for these villagers to sell their best work online. The photographer will get to keep half of the money made through selling, with the other half split between the local store partner and Tribe Photo.
Which sort of cameras can I give?
Any working digital camera with a working battery and charger. Whether an old point-and-shoot or a DSLR it doesn't matter. Basically these just need to be old but in good working order.
1. Working digital camera.
2. Working battery.
3. Working battery charger.
Where do I send it?
Pixel Perfect Prolab, 90 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale, NSW, 2008, Australia.
What do I get for it?
This is primarily about you giving opportunity to others less fortunate. Thank you in advance for your support!! You will be listed as a Donor on the Tribe Photo website if you include your details when you send in your old camera.
How do I find out more about Tribe Photo?
Their website is http://tribe.photo and Facebook page is here. They are raising funds through a Kickstarter campaign right now.