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New York-based photographer Motohiro Takeda makes these images using a camera obscura (not really sure how).

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Fall, 2008

Abelardo Morell Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Fall, 2008

Camera Obscura: Image of Mill Alley in Room with Desk, Lawrence, MA, 2002

Camera Obscura: Image of Mill Alley in Room with Desk, Lawrence, MA, 2002

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Summer, 2008

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Summer, 2008

Tent-Camera Image on Ground: Balanced Rock, Arches National Park, Utah

Tent-Camera Image on Ground: Balanced Rock, Arches National Park, Utah

Tent-Camera Image on Ground: Rooftop View of Midtown Manhattan Looking…

Abelardo Morell – Tent-Camera Image On Ground: Rooftop view of Midtown Manhattan Looking South East, 2010

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Winter, 2013

Camera Obscura is a pinhole image. A natural optical phenomenon when an image is projected through a small hole in a screen to create an inverse image on a surface opposite to the opening.

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Spring, 2010

Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North – Spring, 2010

Camera Obscura - View of Landscape Where Galileo Died in Exile

Abelardo Morell (American, b. Cuba, Camera Obscura: View of Landscape Outside Florence Looking East Toward Where Galileo Died in Exile, Italy, 2009 ©Abelardo Morell/Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery

photograph showing inside of tent

Portable Camera Obscura on Trudi Lynn Smith

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