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Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day Today!

If the date in your timezone is the 28th day of April, then it’s WPPD. Get your pinhole camera(s) loaded with film (if you haven’t already) and make some pinhole photographs! It’s HIP, it’s FUN and you will LOVE the photographs made! Once developed/appreciated/printed/scanned you can upload your best here: http://www.pinholeday.org/

World Pinhole Day

Yesterday I received this in my inbox, many of my readers may have as well, but for those that haven’t: Dear Pinhole Photography Fan, The global celebration of Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is Sunday, April 29, 2012.Join thousands of photography enthusiasts from around the world to experience the creative joy of photography without a lens. […]

More D.I.Y. Pinhole Fun!

For the 2010 World Pinhole Photography Day, I decided to make a new pinhole camera, similar to the pinhole blender cameras that merge several pinhole images onto one long exposure. In 2007 at the Daylesford Foto Biennale, I first saw some amazing pinhole images taken by an Australian photographer Steph Tout – Steph Tout Photography […]

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Pinhole Day and a Quick 1st impression of Harinezumi

This years Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (last Sunday) was less than optimal (for me) for a lot of reasons. The weather was shocking, we had power failures, my computer froze when the power finally came back on and I was suffering from the jet-lag feeling that comes from just finishing night shift and having to […]

Pinhole Rose

Pinhole Day Coming to a World Near You Soon

I t’s been a while since i updated the words part of the site, sorry. Things have been a bit busy & weird around here (something not that unusual) but I hope to be back to updating the site with interesting new material, cameras, reviews (including some cool Superheadz cameras) and videos of…stuff (It’s a […]

Pinhole Rose on Extratech Herald Sun

Pinhole Rose in the Paper

Y esterday (November 12th) my pinhole rose photo was published in the extratech section of the Herald Sun newspaper in Melbourne. It’s good to see that in these days of megapixel digital photography the origins of photography and image making (the Camera Obscura) still get some mention (even if it is under the title ‘strange […]