Four Portland pinhole photographers exhibit at ADX
Via filmsnotdead.com: How can there possibly be any comparison? Four weeks prior to the London Olympic Games, Los Angeles Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin spent that time traveling around Souther California, […]
Smudger’s cameras with backdrops from Chris Wroblowski
A New Design Project I was recently contacted by photographer Billy Baque from the Bay Area about a design project. He had become somewhat enthralled with the idea of a […]
Making pinhole photos at the Broadway bridge
Floral arrangement with truck
A beautiful print makes the job of settling into a new house much more rewarding.
This amusing and informative film from the Netherlands circa 1958 is subtitled in English and describes how Kodak film was manufactured then. Kodak has apparently substantially improved the process since […]
A book form presentation on the history and aesthetics of pinhole photography.
The Blue Moon Camera and Machine crew has been at it again. Their annual show of customer work unanimously selected by the staff as it comes off the printers in […]