Dikal – Space

One of the things that makes the pinhole camera special is the infinite depth of field it provides. Dikal uses that infinite depth of field to his advantage when working with symmetry and geometric shapes. There is something special in the way the shapes are drawn out as they fit into the frame view. Using his…

Eddie Erdmann – Alaskan Pinholes

Eddie Erdmann has traveled to many places since he left his home in Turnerville, Alabama. And while he has enjoyed seeing the world; nothing has enlightened him in the way that Alaska has. Alaska has been well known for its captivating beauty and overt, untamed landscapes. To Eddie, Alaska spoke clearly and drew out the…

Tina Rowe – Movement

Pinhole cameras carry great variances with movement.  Whether it is the camera moving or the world around the camera, only certain aspects will be picked up.  It all depends on two things: the length of exposure time and the amount of movement that accrues before the photo is finished being exposed. Tina Rowe’s photographs are a…

ƒ/D Interview: Diane Peterson

Editor’s note: all images on this post are ©Diane Peterson We here at f/D love bringing great photographs to your screens.  Our goal is to take you away from where you are at your place in time and deliver you to a place of inspiration and exploration.  One of our favorite ways of bringing you into…