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Photograph by Karen Burton Pickering. Blue Heron in NH. Submitted to "New Hampshire through the camera's eye" group on Facebook for their Reflections contest.

Photograph by Karen Burton Pickering. Blue Heron in NH. Submitted to "New Hampshire through the camera's eye" group on Facebook for their Reflections contest.

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

© Troy Paiva During the day, the camera sees what we see, but at night, it can record things that are completely invisible to the human eye. Photographer Michael Kenna once put it this way: “Film can accumulate light and record events that our eyes are incapable of seeing.” In the darkness, everything that was …

Photographed by Jamie Paige as her "reflections" entry in this months contest as "new hamphire through the camera's eye".  I love that fbook page and all the gorgeous photos.

Photographed by Jamie Paige as her "reflections" entry in this months contest as "new hamphire through the camera's eye". I love that fbook page and all the gorgeous photos.

Antique American Beauty Raven Eyes Photographer Camera Reflection Tintype Photo | eBay

Details about ANTIQUE AMERICAN BEAUTY RAVEN EYES PHOTOGRAPHER CAMERA REFLECTION TINTYPE PHOTO

Travel photography, Fashion photography, Documentary photography, Editorial photography, and Portrait Photographers: Feature Shoot

Travel photography, Fashion photography, Documentary photography, Editorial photography, and Portrait Photographers: Feature Shoot

This is the I-Scura pinhole camera designed to look like a giant human eye. Photographer and creator Justin Quinnell has used regular materials and objects to make it, such as laundry basket and a 3-diopter lens found in reading glasses.

This is the I-Scura pinhole camera designed to look like a giant human eye. Photographer and creator Justin Quinnell has used regular materials and objects to make it, such as laundry basket and a 3-diopter lens found in reading glasses.

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