Looking up, a different approach

martin henson

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I took this last year with my Zero45 pinhole camera, I also did a video of me taking the picture, the video is below, this video did really well, exceeded my expectations, 28000 + views which tells me people are interested in this type of photography which is a great thing as it hopefully helps keep film alive as viable option to digital capture.

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james_hock

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Really appreciated. I am new to your channel and will certainly work my way through all your videos.
 

Stephen Weston

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I remember watch this video wheW it came out. I was thinking the image would be a disappointment, not being a fan of pinhole. When you showed that final image I had to change my thinking on Pinhole. Since then I have always been amazed at the images you have given us Martin and it will be something for me to have a go at in the not to distant future.
 

David M

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This seems to me a fine example of visualisation. You couldn’t possibly have looked through the viewfinder, even if there was one. Well done.
I did squirm when you drew the dark slide so close to the soil.
 

Marley

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I watched a lot of your stuff on YouTube before I even joined here :)
Like Stephen above I have never been much of a fan of 'pinhole' but you do take it to another level ... much respect.
 

David M

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The great thing about pinhole is its remarkable versatility. Specialist pinhole cameras are used in space, but pinhole can be enjoyed by young children too. It’s a fine introduction to understanding how photography works and anyone can make and enjoy using a pinhole camera. In skilled hands, as we’ve seen, it’s unique creative tool.

If you haven’t found it already, look up Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. As everyone is welcome to submit, it demonstrates a huge range of possibilities and gigantic range of abilities. Many will be dipping their first shy toe in the great ocean of creative photography.

WPPD held on the first Sunday of April, every year.
 

Brian Berry

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I've road for a few months, so I'm late . . . what a magical picture this is, and an equally magical print. I've been persuaded here!
 
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