August 12, 2011

Brooklyn Bedroom

Photograph by Abelardo Morell

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features

As vivid as a dream, a hypersharp image of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan materializes above tousled sheets. To make the surreal picture, Morell essentially put his camera inside a room serving as a camera and kept his shutter open for five hours to expose on film the incoming image. He used a prism to flip the projection right-side up. "View of the Brooklyn Bridge in Bedroom," 2009

See more pictures from the May 2011 feature story "Rooms With a View."


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