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Among all the new online magazines, blogs and outlets devoted to photography, Dispose sticks out like a cheap flash at a birthday party. It’s a webzine that publishes — you guessed it — only photographs made with disposable cameras.
Each issue of Dispose features photographs made in a single day by four contributors. No more, no less. The simple premise serves up raw, imperfect and intimate images. The 12 issues published thus far display the creativity the restrictions inspire.
“By using disposable film cameras with a limited amount of 27 exposures, and not allowing any post-production editing, we hope to force a shift back to the art of image-making,” say Dispose co-founders Bruno Levy, Arpana Ramamajhi and Alex Hollender jointly via email, preferring to answer our questions as a group.