Happy Halloween everybody! A little trick-and-treat to make for yourself this fine fall festival.
From NPR‘s Picture Show Blog:
Every year, this time of year, normal people nationwide gather ’round spreads of newspaper to carve glowing, ghoulish jack-o’-lanterns. And for about a month’s-worth of sporadic lunch breaks, we, too, have been carving a pumpkin … into a camera! Much to our amazement, it actually worked.
Their only advice: “The image from our first camera came out completely black because the camera was not sufficiently lightproof. we highly recommend this project if you can find a darkroom. Although it’s time-intensive, meticulous and, at times, a total pain, it’s worth it to watch the image emerge in the darkroom.”
Have other cool combinations of photography and pumpkins or other veggies? Share them here!
- Pumpkin Carving with a 70 LED Matrix (slashgear.com)
- 10 Gorgeous Pumpkin Carving Designs to Inspire Your Halloween (pamil-visions.net)
- Nerds Carve Android Halloween Pumpkin (techcrunch.com)