Maison Carnot’s charming short explores the sights and sounds of Paris through a viewfinder

By Sam Bathe on 16 Sep 2014



A novel way to explore the city, in Maison Carnot‘s clever film, Paris Through Pentax, we’re invited to enjoy the sights and sounds of the French capital through the viewfinder of an iconic Pentax 67. With the camera looking down on the Pentax 67′s big viewfinder, we see the city so beautifully shot through the vintage lens, capturing the romance of experiencing a city for the first time.

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