How to creatively recover a lost camera

Australian writer leaves his contact information and witty messages in his shooter's memory card.

Andrew McDonald
One of McDonald's pictures in his card. More pictures after the jump. Andrew McDonald

Australian writer Andrew McDonald has a humorous way of getting a lost camera back should someone find it. He records a series of images in his shooter's memory card with messages scrawled on a whiteboard and his contact details. Although this method has been around for a while (a friend of mine religiously takes a picture of his contact details as the first picture in all his memory cards), McDonald's witty messages are charming and may increase the chances of having someone return his lost device.

Andrew McDonald
Andrew McDonald
Andrew McDonald
Andrew McDonald

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(Source: Crave Asia)

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