makes me want to get back in a darkroom and make some photograms

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room

Photographier au stroboscope - VirusPhoto, apprendre la photo ensemble

I chose this because I like how the black background makes the cards and the persons hand pop. This picture also could show the personality of the model.

Paolo Del Signore - cyanotype (Cyanotype is an alternative form of photographic printing which makes use of iron compounds instead of the traditional silver compounds, resulting in rich blue tones.)

Paolo Del Signore - cyanotype (Cyanotype is an alternative form of photographic printing which makes use of iron compounds instead of the traditional silver compounds, resulting in rich blue tones.

German photographer Michael Wesely has spent decades working on techniques for extremely long camera exposures — usually between two to three years. In the mid-1990s, he began using the technique to document urban development over time.  In 1997, he focused his cameras on the rebuilding of Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.(1997-1999)

Photographs Captured Over Years with an Open Camera Shutter

‘Long Exposure’ 4 April 1997 – 4 June 1999 Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Chromogenic color print Michael Wesely has been inventing and refining techniques for making photographs with unusually long exposures-some as long as three years.

James Guerin's images made with a 25-lens pinhole camera!

A Homemade Camera That Uses Twenty Separate Lenses

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://ioletoini.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/karena-goldfinsh.jpg

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://ioletoini.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/karena-goldfinsh.jpg

An amateur astronomer in the New Forest captured six months of the sun tracking across the sky using a pinhole camera made out of an old tea box

Now THAT'S a long exposure: Photographer captures six months in one shot using a pinhole camera made from a tea box

Dr Greg Parker, an amateur astronomer from the New Forest turned his pinhole camera - made from an old tea box - to the sky on June the longest day, this year, and retrieved it on December the Winter Solstice.

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