Pinhole Posted on Thursday, 2nd August , 2012 by Stephen G. Hipperson Taken using my Rollei SL66 with the home made pinhole adapter and a pinhole punched in a piece of aluminium food tray from a take-away. On film developed at home and negative scanned for reproduction here. ——–Stephen——- Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Well done, Stephen – and not just the use of the take-away container.
Thanks. Using a purpose built camera, i.e. food container, would be too much faffing about for me – I’m not into the single shot option. With my pinhole gizzmo I can take a pinhole shot if and when i please. 😉
The softness is captivating. It reminds me of old family photos (without the people). There is something intangible about it.
Yes, I guess it’s pushing towards the old Pictorialism of early last century.
perhaps that’s it!
Really like the softness of the shot. It feels like this image was taken 100 years ago.
That is really what I was after. thanks.
Like pinhole work! Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Thanks for visiting mine! 🙂
Cool experiment. Looks a little like infrared film.
Yes, it does – I’m sure, with a bit of photoshop magic I could force the impression of IR even more.