The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has been running an almost Reality TV-type program called “Photo Finish” where 3 amateur photographers are given cameras that they are unfamiliar with to fulfil a random brief in a limited period of time. As much as I have a few issues with the technical aspects of the show, it does make for an interesting watch and importantly is a show in prime time about photography, as opposed to people in kitchens, people singing, dancing or building houses (grand or otherwise). Last night Photo Finish gave their contestants 3 plastic cameras to play with.
You can see it at the link below:
Plastic Cameras on Photo Finish
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