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I have been working with pinhole photography since 2003. For me it is a search for the basics of image-making and an investigation into how reality can be captured, beautified, distorted and played with. I find the most fascinating part of pinhole photography to be devising new cameras and making them work, and see how these cameras view the world around them.
Pinholes are cameras that, above all, help me see things in a new way, rather than tools to help me realise my own image ideas. In this way, they become my friends who guide me in new directions.
Naturally, after having used a camera for a while it gets easier to know, or guess, beforehand, what will be captured in the image made by a particular camera. This is a good thing in some cases, whereas it is sometimes confining; after all, I don't want to push my cameras in a particular direction.
I use both film and paper negatives. Film because it is practical and paper because I like the structured and imperfect feel of contact prints. I was born in 1968 and grew up outside Gävle in Sweden. I now live in Stockholm.

Lena Källberg

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