This Series by Bobby Scheidemann is a Commentary on Living Life

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Jul 26, 2013 • References: cargocollective & itsnicethat
We have reached a point in society where cameras are always available and we can all double as amateur photographers, and Bobby Scheidemann's photo series takes a satirical approach to that habit. Most of us own cell phones, and most of those cell phones have cameras on them. Since they're on most people at all times, everyone has the capability to take pictures of each moment of life.

Scheidemann's series entitled 'Nothing to Hide' showcases large hands with a camera taking pictures of existing pieces of art or everyday moments. This demonstrates our desire to put life onto a camera as opposed to living it for yourself. Through his use of beautiful photography, Bobby Scheidemann has been able to photograph our need to capture the moment on film. Stats for Satirical Camera Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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