Originally I did not care Lissel's work, but when I looked over his Raume series, I changed my mind
Where his other work looked like nothing but simple inverted works in color, these pinhole images
made by putting a cover over a window and then allowing the image to shine through onto the walls and paper really caught my eye. As far as I've seen, most photographers take out objects to avoid obstructing the photo. However Lissel uses these objects to his advantage, letting them play and interact with the picture. Once printed, a white shape of the object is left on the image, bring a fun conversation between both object and the outside which is shown.