Monster67 by Kiyoshimachine Sees Life Through the Lens

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 28, 2013 • References: flickr & visualnews
Some people are so attached to their cameras, or simply the act of taking photos, that they might has well have camera heads like those captured in the photo series Monster67 by Kiyoshimachine, a photographer based in Niigata, Japan. A hilarious and adorable depiction of the amateur photography craze that has recently cropped up, the series really puts it into perspective even if that wasn't the intention to begin with.

Monster67 by Kiyoshimachine essentially revolves around massive helmets shaped like a Pentax 6×7. People's faces peer through where the lens normally would be. Although this accessory is enough to make any shot silly and bizarre, those captured in it pose eccentrically to add to the fun. Stats for Camera Head Portraits Trending: Older & Warm
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