Taking a trashcam picture

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Garbageman Hans-Dieter Braatz is taking a picture with a 1.100 litre garbage container transformed into a pinhole camera. It will take 2 minutes of framing and one hour waiting. Picture taken by Mirko Derpmann with a fuji gw690 on Fuji Velvia.

Jan Bielicki, horacekenneth, and 51 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Jan Bielicki 36 months ago | reply

    Congratulations for a great idea. What is the size of paper or film inside of trashcam?

  2. Trashcam Project 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks jbiel. The paper size is 106x80 cm. shot on ilford multigrade IV.

  3. inkmoth 36 months ago | reply

    genius. brilliant. i'm a little bit in love.

  4. Dan Chippendale 36 months ago | reply

    In the days of ever shrinking cameras and pocket this and that, this is a nice change. Love the photos.

  5. mouski 36 months ago | reply

    This is awesome! Is it possible to change the paper while you are on the road, or could you only take one picture per trip?

  6. Trashcam Project 36 months ago | reply

    @mouski We had a lighttight van with a redlight inside. Still not as easy as aps.

  7. mouski 36 months ago | reply

    A lighttight van??? Fantastic! :)

  8. Dirk Vreugdenhil 36 months ago | reply

    Very cool project !

  9. Zoey Barton Photography 36 months ago | reply

    haha brilliant, really effective and good view of day to day life!

  10. BluedawePix 36 months ago | reply

    What a brilliant idea.

  11. ❄mike❄ 36 months ago | reply

    einfach genial

  12. stockwerk23 36 months ago | reply

    Welch großartige Idee!!!

  13. dee8go 30 months ago | reply

    Very impressive! Great idea.

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