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Camera Obscura By Erin Suurkoivu
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The eye is the lens. I am the camera. A poem is a snapshot. The mind is the darkroom where it all develops.
Camera Obscura: Pinhole Photographs By Jan Kapoor
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This book features images from two still life series made with pinhole cameras: “Ex Libris,” is a group of autobiographical images, featuring books and other objects related to themes... More > and ideas central to the artist’s inner life, made with a handmade 5x7 pinhole camera. “Dreamtime,” is a series of still life images, made with a 3-pinhole camera, which imaginatively blend disparate and/or associated elements to suggest a dreamlike story or idea.< Less
camera obscura By Peter C. Neal
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thriller ispirato al cinema giallo all'italiana, numi tutelari Dario Argento e Lucio Fulci. I protagonisti hanno poco tempo per risolvere un caso di omicidi.l'autore del romanzo è... More > misteriosamente scomparso. per saperne di più peterneal.blogspot.com< Less
CAMERA OBSCURA By Peter C. Neal
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In una Milano che sembra uscita da un film italiano degli anni '70/80 un serial killer sfida un fotografo ossessionato dalla morte. Il commissario Fulci indaga
camera obscura By Peter C. Neal
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thriller ispirato al cinema giallo all'italiana, numi tutelari Dario Argento e Lucio Fulci. I protagonisti hanno poco tempo per risolvere un caso di omicidi.l'autore del romanzo è... More > misteriosamente scomparso. per saperne di più peterneal.blogspot.com< Less
| Campus Obscura | By Nicholas Lowe
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Campus Obscura explores architecture through filmic boundaries and fragments the linearity of perspective representation revealing a depth of human experience and temporality of vision that... More > challenges the perception of place through various architectural 'cameras.'< Less
| Campus Obscura | By Nicholas Lowe
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Campus Obscura explores architecture through filmic boundaries and fragments the linearity of perspective representation revealing a depth of human experience and temporality of vision that... More > challenges the perception of place through various architectural 'cameras.'< Less
Camera Obscura - BERLIN - Boxocam black & white pinhole photography By Matthias Hagemann
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Discover Berlin from an outstanding new point of view, based in a nineteenth century photo technique: the pinhole camera. 32 surprising black and white fotos are shown, each taken with the Boxocam... More > camera obscura and presented in its original inverted version. Enjoy the capital of Germany, from tourist hotspots like the Brandenburg Gate or Potsdamer Platz via historical sites as Checkpoint Charlie towards modern traffic buildings and less known corners of the city. The exposure time last various minutes. The resulting "slow photography" creates a real artwork out of every image.< Less
Afghan Camera By Landry dunand
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The Camera Obscured By Lewis Bush
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This book critiques the paranoia that surrounds photography in public spaces and the suspicion that all photographers are potential terrorists. It does this by drawing what could not be... More > photographed using a large camera obscura, a renaissance era drawing aid and the progenitor of the modern camera. The resulting book (designed in the style of an eighteenth century treatise) is an exploration of disparate topics. The historical intersections between art and photography, an uncertain boundary still much argued over. The question of what photography actually is, a narrow, technically definable means of recording an image, or a broad and inclusive way of seeing the world. Above all the question of where the balance lies between national security and civil rights, and what we stand to lose if we do not resist the gradual securitisation of public spaces.< Less