Inspiration week of 9/19

Forth-bridge Rudi Neumaier is a talented and prolific photographer that used his Reality So Subtle camera to make this photo of Forth Bridge, which is 9 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s just over 125 years old. Rudi has a lot of work available online, between his Flickr site…

Inspiration Week of 4/25

For this week’s inspiration photos, we bring you five excellent pieces showing some great captures in wide open expanses. The weather in the Northern Hemisphere has warmed up, but the sun is still a little lower, making dramatic lighting more accessible than in the summer. If we do our job right, this week’s selection will…

David Cerbone – Cheat River

I first ran into David Cerbone and his work almost 8 years ago in the forums on f295 at a time when both of us were discovering the softly focused world of pinhole photography. Right from the start, there was a theme to his work. The guy was excellent at shooting these captivating scenes of rivers and gullies.…

Get Inspired – Suburb X

Today’s featured pinhole photo takes us to a rougher neighborhood. Suburb X Matko Vucica, based in Zagreb, Croatia, made this transcending photo with his homemade pinhole camera using Fuji Velvia film. He’s made a number of pinhole images on slide film, and the richness of color and smooth tonality work well to bring forth his…

Get Inspired – Calatrava’s Bridge

Enjoy this convergence of lines for today’s featured pinhole photo. Calatrava’s Bridge François-Xavier Lantrua is a native of Hyères, France, where he enjoys making various high quality pinhole cameras. This photo expresses a wonderful perspective of the Alamillo bridge over Guadalquivir river in Seville, by architect Santiago Calatrava. François-Xavier used his custom multi-format for this photo.…

Get Inspired – Pinhole 970, Bridge

Today’s featured pinhole sends us into the abyss. Pinhole 970, Bridge Darius Kuzmickas provides this wonderful perspective of the St. Johns Bridge in Portland Oregon. He used his Zero Image 2000 loaded with Fuji Reala to capture the way the fog blankets the scene in typical Pacific Northwest fashion. More of Darius’s work can be found…