This Camera-Imposed Photography is Portrayed Within Objects

By: Michael Nieto - Mar 3, 2014
References: exposureguide & designtaxi
A photographer named Maria Cristina Travaglio started a camera-imposed photography series tilted the ‘Tiny Tiny Camera’ last year. She now executes a new series where she places the camera within everyday objects and environments. The message delivered by the photographer within these photos simply implies that "there are very cool and interesting things pretty much everywhere you look". The simple message within this camera-imposed photography series shows us that there is beauty within everything you see no matter what it is.

The Tiny camera focused in the center are surrounded by inanimate objects like play money, guitars, LEGOs or even within food. These items are usually overlooked by people who believe they have no visual appeal. The camera in this case lures the viewer into believing that there is beauty everywhere.