Damien Peyret is a french film director who began working as a photographer. These images from Swim and Steam depict people soaking in hot steam pools. The photos were taken with a polaroid camera which gives it a soft, ephemeral feeling. The people seem peaceful, and detatched from reality. I thought this was interesting work and exemplified how important the camera choice is to the photographer when considering the possibilities of its outcome. As we are working with pinhole and experimenting with different formats, we have to consider how our camera choices will support our intent.
I found this work at lensculture.com/peyret.html