These Working Cameras Were Made With the Strangest Things

Photography Gear

Brendan Barry is a UK-based large format photographer who has a curious passion for creating working cameras out of the most random everyday objects you could think of. ILFORD featured his work earlier this year, and here’s a look at some of his cameras and the photos they shoot.

Bread

A photo shot with the bread camera.

Mannequin

Honeydew Melon

A photo shot with the honeydew melon camera.

Abandoned Control Tower

A photo shot with the abandoned control tower camera.

Bread

A photo shot with the bread camera.

Junk

A photo shot with the junk camera.

Pineapple

Elevator

A photo shot with the elevator camera.

Shipping Container

A photo shot with the shipping container camera.

Butternut Squash

Cardboard

A photo shot with the cardboard camera.

Shed

A photo shot with the shed camera.

Watermelon

Shepherds Hut

A photo shot with the shepherds hut camera.

You can find more of Barry’s work on his website and Instagram.

(via Brendan Barry via Colossal)

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