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Today I covered all the windows in my room with black posterboard, then cut a small hole in one part so it projected everything from outside onto my walll (Only upside-down). Basically like how a camera works. I tried taking a photo of it, but it looked lame so I made this.

Ask me anything!

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  1. pukilin 36 months ago | reply

    nice! like the lighting on your nose

  2. PG.NETO 36 months ago | reply

    hell yeah!, i love this, is so beautiful, this colors! all.

  3. sun eyed girl▲ [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

    Very intense. Love this.

  4. Josh: [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

    I've always wanted to make a camera obscura. It's still a really cool shot!
    But I like the one you posted better of course :)
    Great colors. I always like seeing you use the fog machine.

  5. Nick and the Whale 36 months ago | reply

    We did the camera obscura in my photography class in the fall and it took so long since it was a dully lit day but it was so cool how it works. This is great though!

  6. RTDrovla 36 months ago | reply

    With the camera obscura, you should try a very long exposure. Hours, even.

    This was an 8-hour exposure. Also, the photographer who took it recommends using north-facing windows, if possible. Apparently they work the best.

  7. RTDrovla 36 months ago | reply

    Oh, and this image you took is very well-done. Your photos are very creative.

  8. Kyle.Thompson 36 months ago | reply

    Oh wow that's really cool! The projection looks so good in that

  9. j5k 20 months ago | reply

    It's a great shot! Good job.

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