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Unidentified photographer View of New Brighton Beach, Liverpool, England, shows a camera obscura on wheels Late 19th century (via Luminous-Lint - Image)

A Portable Camera Obscura from Century This appears to be a Victorian bathing machine converted to a camera obscura. It was a century portable camera obscura on the beach at New Brighton Beach near Liverpool, England.

Super cool looking girl with a camera (vintage photo). :)

It's crazy how small the cameras are today then they were years ago! But I love the looks of the older cameras better

The trashbin pinhole cameramen (who also gather the trash). Nice work!

Disposable camera: the Trashcam photography project – in pictures

Rubikon paper camera by Hubero Kororo http://www.photography-news.com/2013/02/rubikon-paper-camera-by-hubero-kororo.html #pinhole

June 2014 / Photography News / The Rubikon Paper Camera by Hubero Kororo, also known as the Pinhole Rebel, is both playful and functio.

DIY camera - free download - paper cut-out that becomes a functioning camera when put together! from Hubero Kororo

Rubikon Pinhole Rebel by Jaroslav Juřica - Dezeen- printable pinhole camera to build!

This new group of forced perspective images explores the many ways creative cameramen (and camera-women) add a little “faux” to their photography.

This new group of forced perspective images explores the many ways creative cameramen (and camera-women) add a little “faux” to their photography.

Hasselblad V1D 4116 Concept

A design study meant to explore what would happen if you recreated the company's classic designs in a modular way, the Hasselblad 4116 Modular Concept Camera is a glimpse into the future of high-end photography.

French photographers Romain Alary and Antoine Levi have collaborated on a pinhole movie project titled ‘Stenop.es’ that transforms apartment rooms into pinhole cameras.    The process involves making a hole in the window of a darkened apartment to let outside lights in.    Stationary DSLR cameras are then focused on the wall to capture the projections casted inside.    The surreal projections show exterior landscapes merging with ordinary household items.

the project by french photographers romain alary and antoine levi effectively transforms apartment rooms into pinhole cameras, merging outdoor and indoor landscapes on the walls of these homes.

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