-= Bruce Berrien =- ADMIN June 21, 2007
Anamorphia is purposeful and systematic image distortion. Systematic means in the structure of the camera. Furthermore, for the purposes of this group - your aperture (pinhole or lens) cannot directly face the film plane. Not any part of it! Your aperture must be in the END of your canister, not in the side. Think oblique, mates!
Group DescriptionWe like bendy, swoopy pics. We make them with anamorphic pinhole cameras (take a cylinder, poke a hole in one end, wrap film or paper around the inside - you've got yourself an anamorphic pinhole camera). The most "famous" of these may well be the Abelson Omniscope (and she takes lovely photos), but we're open to homemade jobbies too. Film, paper, color, b&w - we'll take 'em, as long as they're curvy.
Lensed anamorphs are cool too! You got 'em, bring 'em!
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe