Capturing My World Without a Lens

Discussion in 'Pinhole Photography' started by patois, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. patois

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    OMG and holy cr@p - the third and fourth shots down are so simple and yet so cool. Most pinhole shots I've seen (and done) are just scenes with no motion. These use the motion in such a cool way.
    Thanks for posting it!
     
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    This is a great article... I've been thinking about pinhole photography lately and this just makes me want to get going even more!
     
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    I love it! So awesome.

    The first pinhole camera I made was a weird thing fashioned from an Argus 44. Those images are all on the old computer. I should plug that in, I suppose.
     
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    I built my first pinhole camera in shop class in High School. It took a 4x5 paper negative.
     
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    Thats pretty cool, I never thought of the idea of doing a long exposure whilst driving somewhere!