• Steven Pippin - Point Blank
  • Posted 49 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 14400 Views
  • A new series by photographer Steven Pippin, named Point Blank, captures the death of a camera by the camera itself. To produce the images, the Pippin shoots the camera with a .25 calibre handgun and uses the camera to take a picture of the moment in a mirror. The act itself takes place in complete darkness, and the flash is triggered just as the bullet breaks into the camera and hits the negative. Worth it, or do you love your camera too much?

    • Dat's cool
    • Billy Jo Posted 49 months ago · 107 Reply
    • I just don't really see the point. if the third photo down is an example of the end product than that's just a waste of a camera because the photo looks like crap.
    • david Posted 49 months ago · 104 Reply
    • Looks like the photographer captured the bullet of from a gun at full velocity coming straight towards you.
    • a.s Posted 48 months ago · 114 Reply
    • uh Shoulda done it with broken cameras and a 1000fps rig
    • picturemoreinamoment Posted 48 months ago · 105 Reply