Studies in Motion – Jean-Christophe Denis

One of my favorite features of the pinhole camera is its blurring of time. In other photographic pursuits it is not unusual to see motion blur used creatively. However in pinhole, it’s nearly a constant aspect of the resulting image, which results in us having to always consider the passage of time as an unspoken…

Get Inspired – Week of June 29

We’re going to bring the shade of mood to the bright sunshine of June for this final featured photo post of the month. Have a look at the best we found in the last week. / Alex Fedotov is based in St. Petersburg, and has a Flickr photostream chock full of interesting work. He works a lot in diptychs…

Get Inspired – Pinhole 06

Today our featured pinhole photo explores our interactions. Pinhole 06 Silvino González is a Colombian photographer that has gained some notoriety for his unique way of depicting life around Bogota. He brings forth a fantastic vision through the use of many different alternative processes. His Flickr account is well worth the perusal. You can find…

Get Inspired – Archaeologists at the Rhynie Woman Dig

Gather around for today’s featured pinhole photo. Archaeologists at the Rhynie Woman Dig Chris Bird made this image during the week long Archaeological dig organised by the Rhynie Woman artists collective In the village of Rhynie in Aberdeenshire. He asked the archaeologists to gather around a pinhole camera made from an empty sweet tin containing a paper…