Art Students Become Human Cameras by Eating 35mm Film

Kingston University photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake wanted to do something unusual for their final major project, so they decided to turn themselves into human cameras by eating 35mm film squares and letting their bodies do the rest. After eating and pooping out the film in the dark, they used fixer on the film and then scanned the film using an electron microscope. They are currently exhibiting massive prints of the images that show every detail of what their bodies did.

(via Creative Review via Gizmodo)

Image credits: Photographs by Luke Evans and Josh Lake

  • Cmr

    His shitter speed was 25″

  • James

    Very Interesting pictures.. That’s good photography.

  • tarena1991

    but the film didn’t really record anything, those are electron microscope images not an image revealed on the film…