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The Drinking Straw Camera and X-Ray Film

Abstract analogue art is the order for the day, as Flickr user wheehamx shares his cool and off-kilter technique in using drinking draws and x-ray film in making unique photos!

Photo by wheehamx

If for some reason, you have around two thousand drinking straws just lying around the house, you can fashion this DIY camera that Flickr user wheehamx made! He fashioned a camera by using almost 1,800 straws and loading them up inside a light-tight cardboard box. Surprisingly, that’s it! There’s no lenses or pinholes. It’s just the straw box in all its glory.

wheehamx has access to x-ray film so that is what he uses for this unique way of photography.

Information for this article was sourced from Peta Pixel and wheehamx

written by cruzron

1 comment

  1. buckshot

    buckshot

    Very cool experimental photography - I love the ingenuity of this approach. Really impressed!

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