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What a record sees

Submitted by on September 10, 2010 – 9:34 am No Comment

Tim Franco is a photographer based in Shanghai, China. His photographic work tries to examine objects from different perspectives:

“My art pushes further the idea to investigate the documentary work through portraying certain kind of people or places in a particular way or manner”

Tim took a pinhole camera, put it on a vinyl record by the Doors, and exposed it for the entire length of the song while the record was spinning. The result was pretty amazing (click for a larger version):

Make sure to check out the rest of his photos right here, they’re fantastic.

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