Steven Dempsey – Pinhole Through a Filmmaker’s Eye

Steven Dempsey is a storyteller. After years as a musician, he started a filmmaking company where he produced documentaries and music videos. Nearly a decade of producing films has ingrained in him the motion photographer’s sense of progress in a scene. He’s certainly not the first motion photographer turned still photographer I’ve seen, but you…

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…

Get Inspired – O

Today we abstract the view for our featured pinhole photo. O Marcus Mailoy made this wonderful abstract photo by using just one of the pinhole apertures in his Lomography Multipinhole Operator. This is a fantastic execution of an abstract photo of an abstract subject. The photo was taken from the inside of the Forum Building…

Get Inspired – Pinhole #4

Editor’s note: The daily pinhole photos are curated and shared to inspire and elevate the pinhole photography artform. Do you have a photo you’d like considered? Tell us about it. Today’s featured pinhole photo focuses on nothing, and therefore everything. Pinhole #4 Hungarian photographer Thomas Fitt wielded his matchbox pinhole camera to make this excellent…

Get Inspired – The Spells of the North Wind

Sometimes the best inspiration is a different perspective. The Spells of the North Wind In this fine example of pinhole photography, Inga Dinga shows us what joys come from finding different angles with your pinhole camera. Because of the near infinite depth of field of pinhole photography, the format frees you to put your camera in…