A camera made from 32,000 drinking straws

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The camera was first created in 2007 through a collaboration between the late photographer Michael (Mick) Farrell and Cliff Haynes, who actually refined their ideas and created different versions of the camera over several years.

Their first creation used 32,000 10-inch black drinking straw “lenses” that each provided the camera with an f/127 aperture. The light directly exposes photosensitive paper placed behind the straws… More at PetaPixel.

How odd.

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