Photographer MORTEN M. LØBERG works with a pinhole camera where the image is formed by a tiny hole instead of a lens. Morten has been an active photographic artist since the 1970s and has mainly worked in black and white. A few years ago he started working with pinhole cameras, where the image is formed by a tiny hole instead of a lens. The technique often requires long exposure times and produces timeless images where all movement has been erased. - His "pinhole" pictures point to photography's primeval age and utilize the basic and most primitive photographic technique. The result is a series of poetically charged images, landscape motifs that have a distinctive and timeless atmosphere of soft shapes and soft contrasts, says art critic Lars Elton.