Today’s photo gets abstract!
[singlepic id=18]Lights, Sharan pinhole camera, Kodak Ektar 100, ©Ingrid Budge 2015[/singlepic]
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 leave the tripod at home. By going handheld, Ingrid’s pinhole images bring the emotional to the very forefront of the photo.
Ingrid can be found on Flickr and Facebook.
Today’s featured pinhole photo comes Germany!
[singlepic id=19]Kirmes, Lochkamera DIY, Fomaspeed N311, ©Jan Geisen[/singlepic]
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 the image. The blurred ferris wheel cars make the wheel itself to pop off of the image, almost like a drop shadow. Wonderful unexpected things happen in the world of pinhole!!
You can find more of Jan’s work on lomography.com