Photos of Interiors Made With Camera Obscura

At first glance, it looks like there’s some serious Photoshop trickery going on in these photos, but in fact, they were produced using one of the oldest techniques in the book: camera obscura!

Massachusetts-based photographer Abelardo Morell has been creating photos with the antique process since 1991, so he’s what we’d call a pro.

Photos of Interiors Made With Camera Obscura

via Lens Culture



Mike Brodie - A Period Of Juvenile Prosperity

"In 2003 at the age of seventeen Mike Brodie was living in Pensacola, Florida, still at High school and working part time bagging groceries. He decided to visit a friend in Mobile, Alabama choosing to train hop and ride illegally. In fact he ended up getting on the wrong train and travelled for three days in the opposite direction to Jacksonville, Florida. Days later, Brodie rode the same train home, arriving back where he started. Nonetheless, it sparked something and Brodie began to wander across the U.S. by any means that were free - walking, hitch-hiking and train hopping. His photographs are of the rough and ready band of young outsiders he met whilst travelling. The soft, warm portraits reveal a romanticised and bohemian view of the transient community." [LN-CC]