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Photographs of Living Spaces Shot with a Ceiling-Mounted Pinhole Camera

Skott Chandler’s House Watch project consists of photographs taken in private living spaces using a pinhole camera fixed to the ceiling.

Chandler writes,

The photographs take the perspective of an omniscient voyeur investigating the dynamics of space within a home. Ceiling mounted pinhole cameras cast an unflinching gaze upon the inhabitants and rooms within the walls; not to judge, but to witness. [#]

To see the rest of the photographs, head on over to the project’s website.

House Watch (via Flavorwire)


Image credits: Photographs by Skott Chandler and used with permission


 
 
  • Confuzzlebot

    Brilliant angle and a brilliant softness to each photo. He should do one in the morning in the busiest area in a families house. 

  • Dannynoonan82

    Why do people think that the most mundane BS becomes interesting if they do a series? 

  • Dannynoonan82

    Why do people think that the most mundane BS becomes interesting if they do a series? 

  • Dannynoonan82

    Why do people think that the most mundane BS becomes interesting if they do a series? 

  • http://twitter.com/XSportSeeker Renato Murakami

    Project retro-big brother? Nice idea