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    Grrr!

    Just wanted to express my angst. I love pinhole photography, but it can be so frustrating sometimes. That is all.

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    I thought that was the fun!

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    That must be the fun. I find that nearly every photo is a surprise. I still do it though, as I like the results.
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    Try primal scream therapy instead of growling.
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    Sometimes, pinholers use this technique as an excuse to show awfull pictures. I for one, build and use my pinhole cams only for pictures that I could not make with a lens ; like my anamorph panoramic POLKa and I tried to get technically the best pictures possible : with respect to resolution, framing, flares, etc.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronmichael View Post
    Just wanted to express my angst. I love pinhole photography, but it can be so frustrating sometimes. That is all.
    I have a great book on pinhole photography by Eric Renner for sale in the classifieds:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...phy-books.html
    Don Bryant



 

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