- 7 years ago
We did disposable cameras for the 7 ‘kids’ in attendance. We printed out a photo hunt for them and thought they’d get some good pictures. Most of the pictures came out VERY dark (because they didn’t use the flash). I took them to Target this weekend to get developed and the developer was saying she just did 15 wedding cameras and most of them were dark – because people just forget to use the flash.
Well – the same thing happened to us. Of the 6 cameras (1 was MIA) – we got maybe 1 decent picture of my mom and 1 silly picture of me. That’s it. Everything else is either out of focus, heads cut off, or just a bad picture.
DH was so bummed because he was convinced there were some awesome pictures in there. I, on the other hand, didn’t even want to get them developed because I saw it more as an activity for the kids and something I didn’t want to spend any more money on.
I was secretly hopeful there would be some good pictures – but there really weren’t.
I remember a friend of mine did multiple cameras on her tables and had similar results – just a ton of crappy pictures and definitely not worth the expense of the cameras or the developing.