Nature through a pinhole

A pinhole camera is a camera without a lens but with a tiny aperture. Light from a scene passes through the pinhole and projects an inverted image on the back side of the camera, which is known as the camera obscura efect. Pinhole photographs have nearly ininite depth of ield, everything appears in focus. As there is no lens distortion, wide-angle images remain absolutely rectilinear (Wikipedia). In this way, fascinating and unique photographs are created, which deviate from our usual visual perception of photographs.

Pictures taken in Zurich 2020/2021