Live near Santa Fe? Artist Jackie Mathey is hosting a week long pinhole camp for all ages from 12 years up. Starting on 9th June, participants with make and use 4×5″ pinhole cameras, learn cyanotype printing, make camera obscuras, work with film and paper development, and, by the sound of things, have a blast.
Archive for May, 2007
[ CK ] ~ Heyoka, by [ CK ]. I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Chris Keeney, as part of his ongoing series of conversations with photographers and other artists. We spent a couple of enjoyable weeks talking, by email and IM, about creative process, about light, making things by hand, music, influences, [...]
Lensculture has a piece about Abelardo’s Morell‘s photographs of camera obscura rooms, including recent colour images. The best thing? An audio interview with him by Jim Casper. Fascinating information about how he works. Highly recommended listening.
These are probably the best step-by-step oatmeal can pinhole camera instructions I’ve ever seen online. (But if you are jumpy about swearyness, it’s going to make you unhappy.) The whole Fecal Face site is worth a good poke around, because there’s masses of rocking art stuff in there.
I’ve been a fan of Instructables since it started, with its incredible collection of step-by-step how tos. Fresh and shiny from pinhole, day, though, they’ve got a particularly cool pinhole project online. Brian Wagner took an old Mac, and turned that into a camera, breathing new life into old tech with some sweet results.
The new show at the Lonsdale Gallery in Toronto sounds extremely interesting: Three international pinhole artists experiment with the process of representing time. Thomas Bachler (Germany) explores photography through the trigger of a gun. Shooting through a cardboard box, a pinhole camera is created and the resulting image captures a “Scene of Crime”. William Morkrynski [...]
St Johns Bridge Originally uploaded by Zeb Andrews. If you’re in Portland, during the month of May, you should head over to the 12×16 gallery to see Zeb Andrews’ solo show of : A collection of pinhole images made around the city of Portland using various Zero Image pinhole cameras, capturing everything from ferris wheels, [...]