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A camera in which the lens is replaced by a pinhole (e.g. the camera obscura).
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For example, two years ago I gave a lecture on pinhole photography at the photo museum Musee Nicephore Niepce in France, and most of the photos were taken in Japan.
The authors are the editors of Pinhole Journal, a contemporary magazine of pinhole photography, and have therefore been important in the recent revival of the technique.
Abu Dhabi When she first learnt about pinhole photography in university, little did Shamma Al Ameri know it would spark a passion for the archaic photography technique.
Regardless of his subject or the camera in his hand, his eye for pinhole photography is true.
There will also be an additional class in pinhole photography on March 5.
Philip Gross was named the winner of the prestigious prize for I Spy Pinhole Eye, a collection of poems written to accompany Simon Denison's pinhole photography.
Also winning is the fourth updated edition of Eric Renner's PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY FROM HISTORIC TECHNIQUE TO DIGITAL APPLICATION (9780240810478, $44.95) covers all aspects of pinhole photography from science to the latest digital techniques.
This scheme includes 14 hoardings that show botanical images generated by the Victorian art of pinhole photography.
I have been exploring pinhole photography as a way to incorporate photography into my ninth-grade art curriculum.
There are wind-up toys like the Eco Mic for pounds 9.99, perfect for budding pop stars, or the Pinhole Photography Kit (pictured) for pounds 12.95.
Pinhole photography, an endeavor with a noble scientific heritage, is enjoying a renaissance as a serious art form in our hasty, digital age.
Marian Roth lives in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where she teaches pinhole photography at the Fine Arts Work Center and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.