A Survey of Cameras

By this point we may have inspired you to dream of making your own wonderful pinhole photos and explore how this technique might help all of your photographic endeavors. One of the first decisions to make is exactly how you might go about doing that. Never fear! While in olden times some of us had to…

Get Inspired – Lights

Today’s photo gets abstract! Lights We’ve featured some of Ingrid’s work before, and here we’ve got to do it again – and there may be an Artist Feature recognizing her work soon. Her images drip with mood. This photo was chosen for today’s feature because it shows how magical the results can be if you…

Get Inspired – Kirmes

Today’s featured pinhole photo comes Germany! Kirmes Jan Geisen shot this surreal image of a ferris wheel at the funfair Cranger Kirmes in Germany, which is an annual 10 day fair and the second largest fair in Germany. We chose to feature Jan’s image because of the unusual effect that the motion had on the presentation of…

Delio Ansovini: Still Life

At ƒ/D, our mission is to promote the art of pinhole photography. To date, we’ve been bringing daily pinhole photo features. But today we want to extend into our next branch of pinhole bliss – Artist Features! For our first feature, we present the unique talent of Delio Ansovini! Delio was born in Parma, Italy…

Get Inspired – Forgotten Outpost

Today’s featured pinhole photo was taken by John Nelson. Forgotten Outpost John made this wonderful photo in Two Guns, Arizona, along Route 66. The scene can be found in the famous “Diablo Canyon” area. We chose this image for it’s striking tonal range and unique perspective. It’s a wonderful subject for the pinhole technique! John can…

Get Inspired – Pike Place Market

Here on ƒ/D, we plan on sharing a regular dose of inspiration. For our first inspiration post, we’ll share one of our own. This image was shot by Kier Selinsky at Pike Place Market, Seattle, with a Zero Image 6×9 on Fuji Acros film. Cheers! Pike Place Market