These pinhole photographs have been displayed as companions to Kelley’s “Inside Out” videos. Each tiny subject was captured using a pinhole camera and then “mirrored” using digital editing tools.
The camera is placed low-to-the-ground to observe and capture natural scenes at a very close range. From an ant’s point of view, the pinhole camera is pointed upward in most cases, with the sky in the background to isolate tiny subjects.
Interacting with nature through photography is very exciting to Kelley, particularly when it allows her to connect with environment and learn from the creative experience.