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SOLAR-ECLIPSE/INDIA
RTS2W56R
December 26, 2019
Children use pinhole cameras to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai, India, December 26, 2019. REUTERS/Hemanshi...
Mumbai, India
Children use pinhole cameras to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai
Children use pinhole cameras to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai, India, December 26, 2019. REUTERS/Hemanshi Kamani
SOLAR-ECLIPSE/INDIA
RTS2W56N
December 26, 2019
A boy uses a pinhole camera to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai, India, December 26, 2019. REUTERS/Hemanshi...
Mumbai, India
A boy uses a pinhole camera to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai
A boy uses a pinhole camera to watch annular solar eclipse in Mumbai, India, December 26, 2019. REUTERS/Hemanshi Kamani
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DFV9
November 09, 2014
Rodrigo Aguero (L), Natacha Ebers (C) and Rocio Mendez Brisighelli, members of the visual art group "Bazofia",...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of the visual art group "Bazofia", show a negative print of a self-portrait they took using a...
Rodrigo Aguero (L), Natacha Ebers (C) and Rocio Mendez Brisighelli, members of the visual art group "Bazofia", hold a negative print of a self-portrait they took using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster in Buenos Aires, November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera proyect is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DFUS
November 09, 2014
A negative print of a picture that was taken using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster by...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A negative print of a picture that was taken using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster by...
A negative print of a picture that was taken using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster by members of the visual arts group "Bazofia" dries off inside a bathroom in Buenos Aires, November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera proyect is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DFUO
November 09, 2014
Natacha Ebers, member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", washes fixing solution off a negative print...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", washes fixing solution off a negative print of self-portrait...
Natacha Ebers, member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", washes fixing solution off a negative print of self-portrait she and other members of the group took using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster in Buenos Aires, November 8, 2014.The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera proyect is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DFU0
November 09, 2014
Natacha Ebers, member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", shows a negative print of a self-portrait they...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", shows a negative print of self-portrait they took using...
Natacha Ebers, member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", shows a negative print of a self-portrait they took using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster next to fellow member Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (R) after she took it out of an emulsion fixing bath in their darkroom in Buenos Aires, November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera proyect is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
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November 09, 2014
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", works under yellow light on a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the visual arts group "Bazofia" works under yellow light on a negative print of a self-portrait...
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", works under yellow light on a negative print of a self-portrait that she and other members of the group took using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster, in their darkroom in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera proyect is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DEHC
November 09, 2014
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (C) operates a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster before taking...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Brisighelli operates a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster before taking a self-portrait along...
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (C) operates a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster before taking a self-portrait along with fellow members of the visual arts group "Bazofia," Rodrigo Aguero (bottom L) and Natacha Ebers, in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014.The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
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November 09, 2014
Rodrigo Aguero (bottom L), Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (rear L) and Natacha Ebers, members of the visual...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of the visual arts group "Bazofia" pose for a self-portrait which will be taken using a pinhole...
Rodrigo Aguero (bottom L), Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (rear L) and Natacha Ebers, members of the visual arts group "Bazofia", pose for a self-portrait, which will be taken using a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster, in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DEGS
November 09, 2014
Natacha Ebers, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", develops a negative print of a self-portrait...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the visual arts group "Bazofia" develops a negative print of a self-portrait taken with a...
Natacha Ebers, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", develops a negative print of a self-portrait taken with a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster in a darkroom in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DEGC
November 09, 2014
Rodrigo Aguero, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", uses a light meter as his partners Natacha...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the visual arts group "Bazofia" uses a light meter as his partners push a pinhole camera...
Rodrigo Aguero, a member of the visual arts group "Bazofia", uses a light meter as his partners Natacha Ebers (rear C) and Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (rear L) push a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DEG7
November 09, 2014
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (L) and Rodrigo Aguero, members of the visual arts group "Bazofia," open a pinhole...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of the visual arts group "Bazofia" open a pinhole camera made out of a dumpster in their garage...
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli (L) and Rodrigo Aguero, members of the visual arts group "Bazofia," open a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster and prepare to place photographic paper inside it, in their garage Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-ART/
RTR4DEG0
November 09, 2014
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli and Natacha Ebers (rear R), members of the visual arts group "Bazofia," push...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of the visual arts group "Bazofia" push a pinhole camera made out of a dumpster in Buenos Aires...
Rocio Mendez Brisighelli and Natacha Ebers (rear R), members of the visual arts group "Bazofia," push a pinhole camera made out of a street's dumpster in Buenos Aires November 8, 2014. The goal of the dumpster pinhole camera project is to demonstrate that pinhole photography is an instrument that anyone can use for artistic expression and, above all, a tool for social inclusion and creative stimulus, the artists said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VGBD
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VGAC
June 24, 2014
Test prints created by conceptual artist Jonathon Keats line a desk in San Francisco, California June...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Test prints created by conceptual artist Jonathon Keats line a desk in San Francisco, California
Test prints created by conceptual artist Jonathon Keats line a desk in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG9G
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats used the Brownie to create photographic paper for his Century Camera project where he is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG97
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats used the Brownie to create photographic paper for his Century Camera project where he is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG8T
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats sits with equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats sits with equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats sits with equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG89
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San...
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats displays equipment used to develop his Century Camera project, in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG6M
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats holds a pinhole camera he created in San Francisco, California June...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats holds a pinhole camera he created in San Francisco, California
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats holds a pinhole camera he created in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG62
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats stands with a Brownie camera in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats used the Brownie to create photographic paper for his Century Camera project where he is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. To match ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG3R
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco, California...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
ART-PHOTOGRAPHY/BERLIN
RTR3VG3L
June 24, 2014
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco, California...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco
Conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is pictured through one of his pinhole cameras in San Francisco, California June 23, 2014. Keats is attempting to create a photographic portrait of Berlin that will capture the city over 100 years in a single shot from pinhole cameras, made of steel canisters, in 100 secret locations. The artist's ultra long-exposure project is meant to document changes in the German capital over the course of a century and prompt people to take responsibility for how the cityscape evolves. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Noah Berger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
Business
Business
Handmade Wooden Pinhole Cameras - 05 Jul 2013
11 PICTURES
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE9
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic saws a piece of wood for making a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic fabricates a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Elvis Halilovic saws a piece of wood for making a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE8
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE6
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE4
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27,...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE3
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013....
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE0
July 04, 2013
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDX
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013 with a pinhole camera. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDW
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDV
July 04, 2013
A set of wooden pinhole cameras are seen on a work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A set of wooden pinhole cameras are seen on a work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in...
A set of wooden pinhole cameras are seen on a work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDU
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDT
July 04, 2013
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication...
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CDQ
July 04, 2013
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR1TAOS
August 31, 2007
Photographer Douglas McCulloh photographs a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square feet in size...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Photographer takes picture of large photograph unveiled in Pasadena, California
Photographer Douglas McCulloh photographs a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square feet in size on special canvas from Germany, at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. McCulloh was one of six photographic artists, part of The Legacy Project, who transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006, to take what was a negative image. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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August 31, 2007
A visitor, using her camera-phone, takes a photograph of a digital positive print converted from The...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Visitor takes picture of print converted from large photograph unveiled in Pasadena, California
A visitor, using her camera-phone, takes a photograph of a digital positive print converted from The Legacy Project's 3,375 square foot photographic image at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. Six photographic artists transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006, to take what was the negative image. The print shows part of the air station's control tower and antennas. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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August 31, 2007
Two news photographers take a photo of a portion of a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
News photographers take a photo of a portion of a gelatin-silver photographic image, at the Art Center...
Two news photographers take a photo of a portion of a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square feet in size on special canvas from Germany, at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. Six photographic artists, part of The Legacy Project, transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006, to take what was a negative image. The air station's control tower and antennas are visible top of the photograph. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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August 31, 2007
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square feet in size on special canvas...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image, at the Art Center College in Pasadena
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image, 3,375 square feet in size on special canvas from Germany, at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. Six photographic artists, part of The Legacy Project, transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006 to take what was a negative image. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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August 31, 2007
Photographic artist Jerry Burchfield is interviewed next to a digital positive print converted from The...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Member of The Legacy Project interviewed next to print converted from large photograph unveiled in Pasadena,...
Photographic artist Jerry Burchfield is interviewed next to a digital positive print converted from The Legacy Project's 3,375 square foot photographic image at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. Six photographic artists including Burchfield, transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006 to take what was the negative image. The print shows part of the air station's control tower and antennas. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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August 31, 2007
The six photographic artists (L-R) Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Six photographic artists pose with large photograph in Pasadena,California
The six photographic artists (L-R) Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh and Clayton Spada, part of The Legacy Project, pose in front of gelatin-silver photographic image 3,375 square feet in size on special canvas from Germany, at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. The artists transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006 to photograph this negative image. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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August 31, 2007
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image 3,375 square feet in size on a special canvas...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image on a special canvas from Germany, at the Art...
Volunteers help lift a gelatin-silver photographic image 3,375 square feet in size on a special canvas from Germany, at the Art Center College in Pasadena, California August 31, 2007. Six photographic artists, part of The Legacy Project, transformed a former jet-aircraft hanger at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Southern California into a gigantic camera obscura with a quarter-inch pinhole in July 2006 to take what was a negative image. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
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October 19, 1999
Artist Steven Pippin's 'Laundromat- Locomotion 1997' goes on show at an exhibition for the finalists...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Artist Steven Pippin's 'Laundromat- Locomotion 1997' goes on show at an exhibition for the finalists.....
Artist Steven Pippin's 'Laundromat- Locomotion 1997' goes on show at an exhibition for the finalists of this year's controversial Turner Prize at the Tate gallery October 19. Pippen adapted a washing machine as a pinhole camera for a series of grainy, barely distinguishable pictures.
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October 19, 1999
Artist Steven Pippin's 'Laundromat-Locomotion 1997' goes on show at an exhibition for the finalists of...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
STEVEN PIPPIN ARTWORK ON SHOW AT LONDON TURNER EXHIBITION.
Artist Steven Pippin's 'Laundromat-Locomotion 1997' goes on show at an exhibition for the finalists of this year's controversial Turner Prize at the Tate gallery October 19. Pippen adapted a washing machine as a pinhole camera for a series of grainy, barely distinguishable pictures.

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