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The 'Make Me An Offer' Project Develops Old, Discarded Camera Films

 - Jun 12, 2011
References: cargocollective & petapixel
The 'Make Me An Offer' series from photographer Brendan Corrigan is a unique project he has taken on as part of his master's degree studies in documentary photography at the University of Wales.

The project is a simple concept. Brendan Corrigan goes to car boot sales, which are similar to a flea market, and purchases old film cameras that still have film inside of them. After purchasing, he then develops the film that was left over.

The Make Me An Offer series is a unique idea. The project allows Corrigan to take a view into the private documentations of others and serves as a warning to remove leftover film from your camera. The photos are oddly captivating, though, and show how far technology has advanced since film cameras.