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Get Inspired – Prison Through a Pinhole

Editor’s note: The daily pinhole photos are curated and shared to inspire and elevate the pinhole photography artform. Do you have a photo you’d like considered? Tell us about it.

Today’s featured pinhole photo is a beautiful confinement.

Prison Through a Pinhole
[singlepic id=169 w=600]Prison Through a Pinhole, ©Mark Doxey 2015[/singlepic]

To nab this photo, Mark Doxey actually snuck into this derelict prison in Armagh, Ireland. By donning some hi-vis construction clothes and a hard hat, he was able to get by security by looking the part. It’s a risky maneuver, but appears to have paid off! (ahem, our lawyers want to note that the editors of ƒ/D officially do not condone trespassing.)

More of Mark’s work can be found on Flickr.


Get Inspired – Pinhole Closet View

Today’s featured pinhole image basks in some warm window light.

Pinhole Closet View
[singlepic id=141 w=600]Pinhole Closet View, Zero Image 6×6, TMAX 100, ©Tim Lowe 2015[/singlepic]

Tim Lowe is an American living in Colombia and, while well versed in photography in general, is relatively new to the world of pinhole photography. He made this image with his Zero Image 6×6, and is anxiously awaiting a 4×5 – the pinhole bug is a vicious one! Tim also works in alt process printing, especially cyanotype. He expressed some great seeing when he recognized this quiet scene!

You can find more of Tim’s work on 500px or Flickr.