Pinhole photography: rediscovering a historic technique

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Focal Press, 1995 - Photography - 174 pages
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In this digital age, more and more photographers are rediscovering traditional artistic methods and Pinhole Photography is both an entertaining illustrated history and a practical how-to guide to this unique photographic genre. Detailed, easy-to-read chapters explain how to create pinhole cameras and images and how to manipulate pinhole images using a variety of photographic techniques.

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Pinholes History in Art
The 1960s and 1970s
The 1980s

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About the author (1995)

Renner is founder and director of Pinhole Resource, a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing information about pinhole photography. He is also founder and co-editor of The Pinhole Journal, published three times yearly.

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