The fact that a friend of mine is doing a pinholes photography exhibition inspired me to start looking for some more fantastic examples of pinhole photography in the deepest depths of the FlickrWebs.
I discovered two things: I need to get back to low-fi photography, and there’s a lot of talented people out there.
But what am I doing waffling – I’m sure you just want to look at photos, don’t you? Can’t blame ya. Here you go!
1 – Pont d’Aquitaine
2 – Peter Iredale
3 – Virginia Park
4 – The ghosts in my grandmother’s house
5 – Dream Colors
6 – Foot Fetish on Neptune
7 – Je est un autre
8 – River Typewriter
9 – The First Man to Witness the Beginning of the End of the World
10 – Self portrait with Big Damn Atlas
Wanna have a go yourself?
If you want to try a spot of pinhole photography yourself, you could do a lot worse than reading Katie’s Teaching a Cardboard Box to be a Camera; it’s a great little introduction to creating your own pinholes.
Of course, you can also skip the film phase altogether and create a pinhole lens-cap for your dSLR camera!
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