Howard Moiser – Relative Movement

Pinhole isn’t the only form of photography I practice, but it’s one of my favorite forms because of the unique creative challenges that it presents. Other forms of photography will give you controls that allow you to slow down the shutter speed and/or extend the depth of field towards infinity if you so choose. But…

Lena Källberg – Decisive Movement

The potential for versatility in pinhole photography is often overlooked by the general public. Most people have an idea of pinhole images being somewhat fuzzy and flat, a poor substitute for a digital camera. Maybe a poorly exposed and dirty attempt at an otherwise normal photo. A school project to teach about light and exposure, and where…

Spring Wrap-up

After taking a months long hiatus, ƒ/D was roaring back this Spring with fresh pinhole imagery and artists. Here’s a quick recap of what we published: Inspiration posts – every week we seek to bring some fresh inspiration to help you see the world in a pinholy way. View all of them here.    …

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…

Get Inspired – Steam Locomotive

This pinhole photo arrives with the force and grit of the Industrial Revolution. Steam Locomotive Anatoly Tankov captured this powerful scene in the Siberian region of Russia with his homemade pinhole camera loaded with Ilford HP5+. The low angle and sweeping clouds do well to compliment the imposing nature of the steam engine. Well done! More…

Get Inspired – Collin Street Bakery

Today we take in the energy around us. Collin Street Bakery Mike Rosebery captured this scene from a bakery in Tyler, Texas. He deftly used his Zero Image pinhole camera to take in an extended scene at this bakery. While the long exposure left out all the people (an effect we’ve highlighted before), you can…

Get Inspired – Whitby Abbey

Today’s featured pinhole photo is rather awe inspiring. Whitby Abbey Alastair Ross produced this wonderful image using his Zero Image 2000 loaded with Infrared (IR) film. IR pinhole is a very powerful combination, especially for subject matter such as this. The feelings of movement, and a broody darkened sky, bring about a sense of foreboding…

Get Inspired – Movements 7 – arriving at the airport

Movement comes to the forefront in today’s featured pinhole photo. Movements 7 – arriving at the airport Martin is a passionate amateur photographer and never leaves his home in Malmö, Sweden without his trusty P-sharan paper pinhole camera, usually loaded with slide film. He got hooked on pinholing a few years ago when a friend lent him…

Get Inspired – Sunrise on Biloxi Bay

Today’s pinhole inspiration is provided by Eddie Erdmann’s amazing capture of a spectacular sunrise on Biloxi Bay. Sunrise on Biloxi Bay For this image, Eddie used his Reality So Subtle 6×17 camera with Fuji Velvia film. Eddie captured this stunning scene while standing at the top of the Biloxi Bay Bridge, which connects Ocean Springs and Biloxi, Mississippi. We…