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  • Putting the fun back into photography
  • Putting the fun back into photography
    Oll Raqwe (2015) ©
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Putting the fun back into photography

The Camera Restricta, created by designer Philipp Schmitt, ensures that you won't end up taking cliché pictures on your travels. It uses geotagging and GPS to bring originality back to photography and make pictures on social network feeds a little less repetitive in the holiday season.

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