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    • Paul Cline

      Photographer Abelardo Morell is speaking at PAM next week for Photolucida. "A professor of photography at the Massachusetts College of Art, Morell is known for his images of exterior scenes transposed onto quiet interior settings through the use of the camera obscura."

    • Chenoa Mitchell

      Camera Obscura with Abelardo Morell: He covered all his windows with black plastic in order to achieve total darkness, he then cut a small hole in the same black plastic material. An image of the outside scenery was reflected directly on the opposite wall, but it was upside-down. He made whatever room he was in into a real-life camera obscura!

    • Lizzy Shell

      Nature's first green is gold, / Her hardest hue to hold. / Her early leaf's a flower; / But only so an hour. / Then leaf subsides to leaf. / So Eden sank to grief, / So dawn goes down to day. / Nothing gold can stay. -Robert Frost Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North-Summer, 2008 credit: Abelardo Morell

    • Linda D

      Abelardo Morell - Photography Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North-Summer, 2008

    • Andrea Cheng

      Camera Obscura by Abelardo Morell. View of Central Park Looking North - Summer 2008

    • Kelli C

      Camera Obscura: View of Central Park Looking North-Summer, Abelardo Morell, 2008

    • Maan Jo

      Abelardo Morell and the New Color Camera Obscura | A Photography Blog

    • Sinem Yoruk

      Camera Obscura- View of Central Park Looking North-Summer, 2008

    • Julia Oliet

      mynameisanna: Camera Obscura by Abelardo Morell

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