This piece of inspiration brought to you by Luigi Gesi, who used his Halina Prefect homemade 6×6 pinhole camera to make this awesome capture. He used a red filter with Shanghai GP3 film. Huzzah!
[singlepic id=2]universi paralleli, Taken with Halina Prefect 6×6 homemade pinhole camera, Shanghai GP3 100ISO, ©Luigi Gesi 2015[/singlepic]
Here on ƒ/D, we plan on sharing a regular dose of inspiration. For our first inspiration post, we’ll share one of our own. This image was shot by Kier Selinsky at Pike Place Market, Seattle, with a Zero Image 6×9 on Fuji Acros film. Cheers!
Pike Place Market
[singlepic id=49 float=center]Pike Place Market, Seattle, Zero Image 6×9, Fuji Acros – ©Kier Selinsky 2015[/singlepic]
Welcome to ƒ/D! We are here to enhance and explore the art of pinhole photography. This blog is brand new – launched in April of 2015 – and born from a love of pinhole photography.
In the near future we aim to be publishing a steady stream of inspiration, photos, featured photographers, artist interviews, and articles covering everything from the technical to the aesthetic.
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