{ The Trashcam Project }

Every now and then a project comes along that totally blows my mind, and this one does just that! The Trashcam Project sees Hamburg’s garbagemen using their garbage containers as giant pinhole cameras to capture their favourite spots in the city they love and work hard to keep clean. Not only is the process remarkable - with exposure time ranging from a few minutes to over an hour and no viewfinder to help with composition, the results are astonishing. The images are crisp, beautifully atmospheric with amazing tonal variation. You can visit The Trashcam Project flickr page to see more of their amazing work. I certainly can’t wait to see more!

Credits: The Trashcam Project was developed by Christoph Blaschke, Mirko Derpmann, Scholz & Friends Berlin and the Hamburg Sanitation Department with the help from Hamburg based photographer Matthias Hewing.

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