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Product images from Camera Obscura, the world’s first to project the landscape in the right direction

Product images from Camera Obscura, the world’s first to project the landscape in the right direction

Valokuvaaja Peter Sebastian

Mention of the camera obscura can be found in literature from about two thousand years ago. But this device is unique. It is the first product in the world to project the landscape outside onto the walls of a room. I was contacted by the designer and manufacturer of the product, a domestic company called Bonfoton, about the product description. I had the honour of capturing product images of this powerful, yet compactly sized device. So here is BonfotonUP, please!

I shot the product in my studio. I built a dark background for each photo using different lighting techniques and Photoshopp
BonfotonUP seen from the side
The product is beautifully finished, right down to the packaging, so I wanted to shoot the product image that introduces the package with a dignified dark background and lighting.
The product image can show the functions of the product. This picture shows the tilting part of the device adjusted to its maximum position

To learn more about the device and the topic, visit the manufacturer’s website at Bonfoton.com

See here other products that I’ve photoshooted

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Peter Sebastian

Peter Sebastian

An affectionate soul who is inspired by life and takes pleasure in small everyday things and is constantly looking for a positive in this rather tough business world. Encourages everyone to find their own thing and do what they love. About 15 years as an entrepreneur.

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Peter Sebastian

Peter Sebastian

An affectionate soul who is inspired by life and takes pleasure in small everyday things and is constantly looking for a positive in this rather tough business world. Encourages everyone to find their own thing and do what they love. About 15 years as an entrepreneur.

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