We will take advantage of the structure of a cardboard box, and by drilling it on both sides we are going to build a projector. The light source that will pass through this will be an electrical source in the form of an angle poise lamp, so we can take advantage of elements that we have at home and that can be used in our photographs.
Using rigid material we will create a filter holder that we insert inside the box, which will be placed after the electric light source and will project it onto the backdrop.
In this way, by exchanging the surface in the filter holder for coloured cellophane or a perforated surface, the projected light will create different shapes that will, so to speak, turn our photography into an original canvas.
The way in which we can play with light is interesting, since it gives us many possibilities when creating photos. And it is even more interesting to be able to take advantage of the resources that we have at our fingertips, in this case an electric light bulb, to illuminate our creativity. It Isn’t Magic, It's Energy.
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