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Thread: Ceramic Camera 12c

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    Ceramic Camera 12c

    A ceramic camera, made of high fire stoneware, and a post firing addition of steel leaves. It's overall height is about 41 cm tall. The knot hole on the front serves as the shutter. The image is a test done to see if the camera worked properly. It's a 90 sec. exp. on a 5x8 inch piece of photo paper.
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    Last edited by steve irvine; 10-05-2012 at 01:42 PM.

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    What a beauty Steve. As a lover of trees for being trees and for the wonderful wood they give us you have done them proud.
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    Thanks, Marv. This one was a real departure from the ones I've been working on lately.

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    I love all your cameras Steve, but this one is my very favorite! It is true art. I just wish I had one tenth your talent. Art for making Art.

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    Another incredible creation! I was planning on leaving a comment about the other camera you recently posted and already there was another uniquely beautiful piece. (And it works!)
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    Steve, wow!!! I like all your ceramic cameras but this is a very special one. Great design, and can be used as spy cam in the woods. :-)
    -_- Best wishes from Switzerland, René -_- my photos on flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by renon View Post
    Steve, wow!!! I like all your ceramic cameras but this is a very special one. Great design, and can be used as spy cam in the woods. :-)
    Thanks, René! Cameras being such technical instruments generally, I like to make more organic forms as a contrast to the familiar. A spy cam in the woods is a possibility, but it would have to be a slow moving subject — spying on snails perhaps?

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