Scenes shot through a wooden box by Israel-based photographer Elon Ganor. The primitive wooden lens, which was built for him by a carpenter in different shapes, colors, and sizes, yields some interesting results when combined with an advanced camera. The box acts as a frame that emphasizes specific elements while hiding other details and is also a study in how light can change the image when shot from different angles.
Art photography has many definitions – the one that speaks the most to me is that the photographer is a sculptor whose main material is light. In that context, The Box is a study of rays of light, a study in physics. When you shoot from different positions with the box, or at different times of day, you get light from different angles, and you get dramatically different images. With the wooden box you help shape what you see.