A disposable photo essay from our friends at 686.
For the sixth release in the Disposables photo series, we decided it was time to do things a little differently. Instead of snapping the shots ourselves, (after all we are just a bunch of desk jockeys) we put the great responsibility in the hands of our friends over at 686. Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of a film crew is like? Well, now is your chance. After all, the 686 Team has been going full-throttle this season taking advantage of the insane winter that took over the Pacific Northwest. So dive right in. From cold beers to wet boots, this out-of-focus and beautifully disjointed array of photos showcases exactly what goes into a day in the life of the 686 Team.
We can’t get enough of the feeling of disposable cameras. It is a combination of having limited exposures, being fast, light, easy to use, and perhaps most importantly the completely unique aesthetic retained in each image. Disposables, is a new photo series featuring photos from our travels. Moments in time from when we hop on a plane until we warily unpack our bags. They aren’t all in focus or properly exposed, and they aren’t all great images; but each and every photo speaks to experience, and the many fragmented moments that together constitute travel and adventure.
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