OK…My last two posts have featured pinhole photography. My friend GT asked a bit about it so I thought I’d share just a bit more about it. Pinhole photography is at it’s essence one of the most basic and simple forms of photography. I am hooked. It’s easy. It is cheap. It is fun. It is moody. I love it.
Pinhole photography is shooting through a tiny hole. Often it involves long exposures and the smaller the hole, generally the sharper your image and the longer you will need to expose the film. The smallest holes give you almost infinite depth of field as well as some great effects. My favorite shots are into the sun as it makes the light do crazy things as it goes through the hole. Go here to find out more or here to go to www.pinhole.org. Those links talk about pinhole photography with film. I’m doing it in a digital way thanks to the Wanderlust Camera Pinwide lens. Thanks to mirrorless technology and a few creative folks, it is possible to have a true pinhole lens for some, not all, mirrorless cameras. To find out more about the first mirrorless pinhole camera lens go here; Wanderlust Cameras.
Now…With that out of the way, here are a few more images from my recent rides with the pinwide lens. Hope you enjoy them.
Yep, I love it. I can imagine doing an entire series. I’ll be back with more. Next time though in color as the Pinwide does color really well too!
Enjoy your week folks.