1. You will need: Fuji film quicksnap disposable flash camera, specially formatted Peoples' Picture description printed from here (Word 2003) or here (PDF) (or email me), heavy duty tape, razor blade, and scissors.
2. Cut the description out close to the text, place a thin piece of tape along the top, and align the description so that the left edge is flush with the camera and you can see light from the view finder showing in the blank spot.
3. The thin piece of tape holds the paper in place while you tape it securely. Make sure that the paper doesn't cover the exposure counter.
4. Tape the paper in place letting the tape hang off the left edge by about a quarter of an inch. Cut a slit in the tape at the corners so that you can fold the edges over.
5. Using the razor blade cut a whole in the empty space of the paper for the view finder. Cut any excess tape away from the camera's trigger and film advancement wheel. Use caution when cutting the view finder whole to avoid cutting up the view finder window.
2. These cameras suck. They need to be carefully shielded from the elements. Think shade.
3. Leave a handwritten note under or pointing to the camera. This helps catch attention, ensures that the finder knows that the camera definitely isn't lost, and ties the device to a real person who may be back any time to pick it up. I usually say something like:
Pick Me Up! Take pictures with me. I am not lost, I belong here at [drop location] today [date]. A team member will be by later to pick me up. Enjoy.
4. Take a picture of the drop location with the camera before you leave it.
When you have a camera with pictures on it, email me for an address to mail it to. I have a system here, so I will only accept undeveloped disposable cameras. If you like, I'll give you drop credit on the photos as they appear on the site.