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Weird NewsThis photographer transformed a shipping container into a working camera

17:56  14 august  2019
17:56  14 august  2019 Source:   popsci.com

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Large-format photographer Brendan Barry makes functional cameras out of everyday objects , but his latest project is also his largest. The shipping container camera , as the name implies, is a giant camera that is housed in a room-sized vessel meant for transporting goods on overseas treks.

Brendan Barry, the photographer who transformed New York City's iconic 101 Park Avenue skyscraper into a giant camera , has Container Camera is a shipping container converted into a giant camera with a built-in Barry's other work can be found on his website and Instagram profile.

This photographer transformed a shipping container into a working camera © Exploredinary Brendan Barry spent three weeks shooting portraits with his shipping container camera in Exeter, UK.

Large-format photographer Brendan Barry makes functional cameras out of everyday objects , but his latest project is also his largest. The shipping container camera, as the name implies, is a giant camera that is housed in a room-sized vessel meant for transporting goods on overseas treks. "It's basically the world's biggest, slowest, and most impractical Polaroid camera," Barry says in a new web documentary about the project.

The video was created by Exploredinary—the same folks that put together this video for Ilford Photo about the photographer a few months ago. The film spans three weeks that the shipping container was set up in Exeter, UK.

During that time Barry spent time making images of the community with, creating prints inside the camera’s darkroom, and eventually hosting a gallery show inside the container itself. The entire process is wonderfully absurd and, at the same time, inspirational.

Better than a helter skelter? Now a cathedral is transformed into the surface of the moon with spectacular light and sound installation to mark anniversary of the lunar landings.
The entire floor of the vast cathedral in Lichfield, Staffordshire, has been covered in large craters (pictured) to mimic the imperfections of lunar rock as the medieval building is turned into space. Dazzling colourful lights have also been projected onto the gothic ceiling of the 800-year-old cathedral - as breath-taking photos show visitors lying on their back to watch the striking spectacle.

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