Get Inspired – Atlantic II

Today’s featured pinhole image is a calming shade of blue. Atlantic II Artūras Meškauskas, a Lithuanian photographer from the city of Panevezys, made this wonderful image with his homemade pinhole camera that he fashioned from a Twinings Tea tin and expired Ektar 100. I’ve got to say his appears to be the best tea tin camera I’ve seen.…

Get Inspired – WWPD

Today’s featured pinhole photo is a ghostly self portrait. WWPD Paul Griffin made this image in the bottom of an abandoned swimming pool using his Eight Banners 6×9 loaded with Kodak Portra 160. As indicated by the title, he made this for WWPD. He made this image using what he refers to as “Photoshop in…

Get Inspired – An Abandoned Forest

Today’s featured pinhole photo brings a sense of how deep those still waters run An Abandoned Forest Chien Wenwei made this moody capture in Nantou, Taiwan of a stand of trees that have been overtaken by the floodwaters; with the absolute stillness of the water adds to the feeling of abandonment. More of Chien’s work can…

Get Inspired – Pinhole Closet View

Today’s featured pinhole image basks in some warm window light. Pinhole Closet View Tim Lowe is an American living in Colombia and, while well versed in photography in general, is relatively new to the world of pinhole photography. He made this image with his Zero Image 6×6, and is anxiously awaiting a 4×5 – the…

Get Inspired – Blue Lake

I want to sit by the edge of this small lake all day… Blue Lake Moni Smith made this wonderful capture at Blue Lake, Portland, Oregon – a city that surprises with so many quiet places of understated beauty such as this. She made this shot with her Zero Image 45 in the 25mm configuration and…

Get Inspired – Poppies & Flare

Today’s featured pinhole photo is exploding with color. Poppies & Flare Steven Boelaars captured this wonderful image by pointing his Ondu 6×12 directly into the sun. The subject matter – the red poppies, is perfect for the effect because of the way they bleed with the flare of the sunlight. This is a common side…