New additions to the gallery.
There are two new additions in my gallery. The first is in the Pinhole Effect collection. The second is a new photo in Lines.
A word about Pinhole effect:
Pinhole photography is lensless photography. A tiny hole replaces the lens. Light passes through the hole; an image is formed in the camera. Basically a pinhole camera is a light-tight box with a tiny hole in one end and film or photographic paper in the other and can be homemade with an oatmeal box. The resulting images are softer – less sharp – than pictures made with a lens. The images have nearly infinite depth of field, and they tolerate little enlargement.
The photos in my Pinhole Effect collection are digital and converted using a software called SilverEfex Pro. I love the softer quality of the print (however, I do sharpen the image) and the way the light focuses on the subject with the edges darkened. I chose a border for the photos which suggests they were hand printed and I print them on inkjet photo paper that resembles traditional fine art photography. I have chosen not to digitally enlarge the prints beyond what would have been acceptable with film. They are 6" x 9".
A folio of the six prints, unsigned, can be purchased for $95. Individual signed and numbered prints are $125. Contact me on my contact page.
You can learn more about pinhole photography at http://photo.net/pinhole/pinhole
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