Don't Take Pictures is pleased to announce the results of our online exhibition, Pinhole Photography . 49 photographers working with pinhole cameras were selected and will be on view through August 21. Visit the gallery to view the entire exhibition.
We have featured pinhole photographer Justin Quinnell a couple of times here on the Magazine. This time, we'll be looking at the results on one of his projects wherein he taught kids about pinhole photography. See the images and what the pinhole wizard has to say after the break.
Camera is a remarkable piece of innovation. However, it is the person behind the camera that makes it truly remarkable. It’s his imagination, passion, talent and knowledge of the medium. You don't need a high-end costly equipment to get beautiful results. Just your talent and a way of looking at things differently along with ability to envision the final result in your mind is more than enough for a great shot.
Ranocchio is a creation by the artist Antonio Palmerini. Category People, Portrait, Visual poetry, Affection, Digital art, Manipulation. 7 distinctions, 20K views, 122 appreciations, 4 comments, 24 favourites, 1 group project.
Ever since taking up a camera, I've been fascinated with capturing images that have a timeless quality. Over the years, I've experimented with vintage lenses and even attached an old Kodak folding pocket camera from the early 1900s to the front of my X-T1. Unlike many other photographers, I have no interest in capturing the most pristine image possible from a scene. I'm much more drawn to a sense of abstraction in my work, exploring the unknown and letting stories unfold from a single frame…