The Body Projection project began 20 years ago in 1992 with the first few images in this book being created with a rather low powered 35mm slide projector and a small collection of transparencies. The projected images were captured on slow tungsten slide film (Ektachrome 64T or 160T), and the model had to be perfectly still during the long exposure. A tripod was necessary in most cases, depending on the lightness and density of the transparency in use. Very few of the initial images were worth keeping, but perseverance ensured that enough images were of suitable quality to make the project worthy of continuing. .
With the more recent advent of image stabilized digital cameras and high luminosity digital projectors it is now much easier to make images of this kind. Another advantage of using a digital projector is that the 'slides' are now image files and can be created from just about any subject. Your imagination is the only limiting factor.
Mike Crawley FRPS