Sometimes out-of-focus is just out-of-focus, and sometimes, it's perfectly evocative. This is definitely the latter.

donkey Love this cat! ~ cat shadow and silhouette Symmetrical balance. When spaces on each side of a garment look just the same balan.

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On 'Monsters,' His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

Pinhole photography -- 7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

six month long pinhole exposure

You read the interview now learn how to do it! Pinhole expert Justin Quinnell showes us how to be creative with the use of time and with the light from the sun to make a six month long pinhole exposure. Try the experiment and let us know how it goes!

Pinhole photograph made from a folded paper "camera" by Thomas Hudson Reeve

Pinhole Cameras Made with Photo Paper

Photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve shoots pinhole photographs in a pretty interesting way -- rather than using photo-sensitive paper or film inside a separat

From pinhole to print – Inspiration, instructions and insights in less than an hour « Book Reviews « AlternativePhotography.com

I like this photo because it is very pretty and is a nice and simple pinhole photo

Michael Wesely's beautiful 34 month exposures. The pinhole camera was not touched or tampered with at all during the exposure.

Longest Pinhole Exposure Ever Is Also Most Beautiful

It’s difficult to believe that a photographer is capable of successfully creating a three-year long exposure on just one single frame, however, German photographer Michael Wesely shows that it’s possible in his series entitled Open Shutter.

Pinhole Photography // bw by Larissa Honsek, via Behance

I like this pinhole picture because the use of the sparklers is very unique and looks very cool, and no two pictures would turn out exactly the same.

Justin Quinnell: The Wonders of Pinhole Photography - Lomography

We have featured pinhole photographer Justin Quinnell a couple of times here on the Magazine.

Mark Tweedie › Pinhole photography

Mark Tweedie › Pinhole photography I like this because it focuses on the wooden platform but if you look closely, you can see a face of some kind in the water which looked mysterious.


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