All posts and projects tagged with: Pinhole photography

Pinhole photography reduces photography to it’s most essential components. The lens is replaced by a tiny hole through which the light passes and creates an image in the camera. Pinhole images are softer – less sharp – than pictures made with a lens. Exposures times are longer and ranging from half a second to several hours.

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Winter impressions in the snow by the river. Black and white picture taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 film.
Photo series: A winter day, captured on Kodak TRI-X 400 film
Redscale film photo shows a wood scene with a lot of trees and a striking light beam.
Redscale film photography - the light from the other side
Colorful Autumn path way with trees and sunshine.
Autumn walks and discovering the Kodak Gold 200 film
Fern in purple colors.
Photo series: Wakenitz taken on LomoChrome Purple color film