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Stef Nagel - Camera Obscura Paleis op de dam, Amsterdam

Stef Nagel - Camera Obscura Paleis op de dam, Amsterdam

Stef Nagel, Cape Town, Table Mou

Stef Nagel, Cape Town, Table Mou

Collaborative duo Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer decided to submerge a camera obscura into the ground, imbedding an 11.5-foot Weholite pipe into the side of a hill. “The Reveal” was created to fit four to five people, and the 260 mm lens of the camera is fixed within the door, which needs to be closed tight in order for the “live” image to appear bright...the passing ships give the image the quality of a moving oil painting."

A Subterranean Camera Obscura Captures the English Countryside

Collaborative duo Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer decided to submerge a camera obscura into the ground, imbedding an 11.5-foot Weholite pipe into the side of a hill. “The Reveal” was created to fit four to five people, and the 260 mm lens of the camera is fixed within the door, which needs to be closed tight in order for the “live” image to appear bright...the passing ships give the image the quality of a moving oil painting."

A Camera Obscura is one of those fascinating optical tricks that will wow you and your children! And it’s so easy to make your own DIY version out of nothing more than empty coffee cans.

Coffee Can Camera Obscura

A Camera Obscura is one of those fascinating optical tricks that will wow you and your children! And it’s so easy to make your own DIY version out of nothing more than empty coffee cans.

Make a simple camera obscura, using materials you have around the house!

Learn About Cameras: Make a Camera Obscura

Origami Camera Obscura - Hannah Imlach

Origami Camera Obscura (folded paper and glass lens, is a small portable work designed to fit in a pocket until the moment of use.

Photo Science: How 5 Photo Techniques Work & How You Can Play With Them!

Photo Science: How 5 Photo Techniques Work & How You Can Play With Them!

Container / Contained   NGI / Vermeer Project Reference image. Camera Obscura.   ...     ...  Camera Obscura 1860s

Mystery of Vermeer's masterpieces solved: Dutch master DID use mirrors

The Camera Obscura is a natural Phenomenon, and has a long history. In its simplest form it is a small hole (aperture) through which light passes from an object outside into a darkroom. The image appears upside down on the wall opposite the hole.

SHOOTING FORMATS # 0.1: CAMERA OBSCURA

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