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Discussion in 'Workshop - DIY - Do It Yourself' started by .francesca, Apr 20, 2006.
this guy is amazing, you can't even tell it's pinhole - there's so little distortion
but then again, the fascination of it is the weird angles
thanks francesca for starting the thread!
thank YOU! i LOVE the images in posts #21, 23 and 24...i really love the oddly focused bits around the edges..i think that's what makes them really distinguishable as pinholes.
this has made my day!
not often you become fascinated with something immediately
thanks .francesca & everyone else who is posting pictures
There are tons of them on E***
that's true, drivers, but the whole fun of it is to make your own
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day
What is Pinhole Day?
Anyone, anywhere in the world, who makes a pinhole photograph on the last Sunday in April, can scan it and upload it to this website: http://www.pinholeday.org/ where it will become part of the annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day celebration's online gallery.
The next pinhole day is
April 30, 2006
I read an article about cameras, and they were talking about this pinhole camera:
From the Chicago Tribune:
"THE ARTISTE Get intriguing mood shots with the Zero 135 Dual Format wooden pinhole camera - the world's first version of this camera that accepts 135 film for still photography. This burnished baby is also lightweight (6.5 ounces), compact and has a super-wide angle lens. $168, at Calumet Photo, Chicago, or calumetphoto.com"
.francesca - thanks for starting this thread...such wonderful images!
Thankz for the tips and the interesting photographs, .francesca
you realli inspired me... hehehe...
so now... i'm going to try to make my own pinhole photography this holidays, if not next holidays and show u some if it comes out successful!!!!
does anyone have any more pictures?
i was just thinking that, strawdaiq!
this amazing guy has made pinholes out of altoid tins - he calls them "pintoids."
I've never seen such ominous looking deck chairs...
what website is that?
First test shot on a 4x5 pinhole I made out of an old ammunition box. I'm rather happy. Developed it in my house, 1.5 minute exposure, 1.5 minutes soaking in Kodak Dektol. The film was actually paper, Ilford MGIV. Can't wait to do more!
BTW, I think that website was eDay or something...