Thursday, January 10, 2008

I Love Pinhole Photography

This the work of Claudia Wornum.

When you take pinhole shots; usually the camera is made with a plain box with just a hole in it or a mini " Camera Obscure", and the picture projects inside the box all around, it's a perfect forum for a panoramic. If you check out her site you can see these pics bigger.

The works of Melissa Joi Slepekis.

Ever since I worked on this commercial with little stitch people and monsters I'm interested in old sewing machines.

Works of Diana Hooper Bloomfield

So anyone who knows me knows that I love photography. Especially anything dreamy and painterly. So what better way to have this type of photographs but through pin hole photography! Since film cameras are soooo cheap now, I'm definitely going to start experimenting with pin hole pictures. Here are some other pin hole photography I found on a pin hold photography site called Pinhole Visions.


Uncle Beefy said...

Oh Dana...this is fantastic! Pinhole photography has such a great feel so dreamy and otherworldly. And such an "easy" process! Great resources! Thanks!

Carolina Eclectic said...

Thanks for the info. These photos are great.

Cote de Texas said...

Hi - I did a post on Vermeer and the camera obscura - check it out,

you might be interested. Yes, let's swap links for sure. Your blog is beautiful.

sa said...