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Pinhole Camera Hack Projects Outside World On To Apartment Walls

Pinhole Camera Hack Projects Outside World On To Apartment Walls
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The 'Stenop.es' experimental movie project transforms rooms into screens for the outside world.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 march 2012

Stenop.es‘ is an experimental movie project by photographers Romain Alary and Antoine Levi based on projections from the outside to the inside. Apartment rooms are transformed into pinhole cameras, casting an inverted view from the window onto the walls.

Alary and Levi darken the entire space, blocking out all of the light except for a small beam from the window. They then use stationary DSLR cameras to capture the imagery as the outside landscape merges with the indoor space. The photographers are looking for new places to improve and explore their skills and invite people to suggest places they could use with interesting views. You can watch the time lapse videos created in Pushkar, India and Paris, France below:

Stenop.es

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