Get Inspired – Under the Trees

We welcome back Marko Umicevic for today’s contribution. Under the Trees If you’ve been following ƒ/D for some time now, you may recall Marko’s image, Wild Coast that we featured in April. Under the Trees was made using the same custom panoramic paper negative based camera. Marko shot this at the courtyard of the Student Center in Zagreb.…

Jan Geisen: Stormy Pinholes

These dark and moody photographs were made at the docks at the new building area “Überseestadt” in the north of the City of Bremen, Germany and the harbor of Brake, Germany. Jan would head there after throwing his clothes in at the laundromat. Having time to kill, he would arrange his pinhole cameras there even in the most miserable of conditions.…

Get Inspired – Wild Coast

Today’s photo comes from the Isle of Silba and was made by Marko Umicevic. Wild Coast This ethereal image from off the coast of Croatia was made by Marko with his custom made camera. His panoramic camera has a curved film plane which holds a 3.5″x10″ paper negative in perfect position to avoid distortions from…

Get Inspired – Scapa Pier

Today’s feature is a haunting piece captured by Ingrid Budge. Scapa Pier Ingrid made this image using a homemade coffeecan pinhole camera. The paper is about 50 years old and therefore needs longer exposures. This was a 7 minute exposure, developed in Ilford chemicals, then scanned and inverted. We chose to highlight Ingrid’s photo because of…