Ever since Harold Edgerton photographed drops of liquid at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the 1950’s, photographers everywhere had to try this out for themselves. Sure, it’s not that interesting because everyone does it, but I had to give it a shot myself… Here I used water and food dyes to create outer space nebula-like imagery.
The function of a camera is to create a representation of objects in reality. I began questioning why the objects are always outside of the camera. Can they not be inside? A view camera is very large, big enough to place objects inside of… On the left is an extension cord photographed outside of the camera. On the right is an extension cord photographed inside of the camera.