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peachfleur
I remember reading about an Italian many centuries ago painting his wall with a chemical that acted like photographic paper and made the obscura image permanent. He squatted in the corner of his room during the long exposure, you could make out his image. I wish I could remember his name.
   
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Lorraine Marttinen
Feel like I'm in upside down room!
   
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Al Baur

Camera obscure is magic

   

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