Hurrah: another blog of pinholey goodness! Captured Starlight has some fantastic pinhole camera projects, including a glorious fully homemade 6×6 folder. Wonderful stuff.
Archive for May, 2006
Bertrand David, a Paris-based photographer, has a series of impressive pinhole portraits in his large, and wide-ranging gallery site. In pinhole portrait photography, David must make the subject understand what it means to be perfectly still for up to several seconds (an eternity to many in today’s society who have forgotten what stillness means), as [...]
states. III Originally uploaded by gaubitsa. Russian artist Anastasia Medvedeva‘s site is full of gorgeous lith prints of pinhole work (and some lensy goodness too). Delicate, beautiful work that makes the very best of the tones and colours available from printing.
Connecticut-based photographer David Tefft has done some stunning pinhole work. The series with 4×5 Polaroid Type 55 looks corroded, burned, rusted, and completely beautiful. They seem to shift and shimmer between their layers: of the toned prints, the surface of the photograph-object, and the image layer underneath. And the Cosmos series, too. But I have [...]