Who says you can’t make pinhole videos? Photographers Romain Alary and Antoine Levi of stenop.es started a pinhole movie project and recently revealed their second episode. Watch the clips below and see how a little pinhole can make a big impact.
Based on the primitive principle of camera obscura, photography duo Alary & Levi darkened an entire apartment, made a hole in a window, and let light from outside in.
Sounds simple, right? But the production couldn’t be more complex. Besides projections simultaneously taking place inside, they had to shoot the entire thing too. Of course, the results are awesomely perplexing. Just watch!
The first episode was shot in Pushkar, India while the latest one was shot in Paris, France.
Stenop.es is currently looking for amazing places to shoot the experimental visual project and welcomes contributors.
For more info, visit stenop.es.
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